Wine & Food Foundation 2nd Annual Cork &
Pork - The event will feature
a whole hog & fixings, music by Gary Nix &
West Texas, Great Plains Dist. beer, along with
McPherson Cellars and Llano Estacado wine. Ticket
prices are $35 for members and $45 for non-members
and include food and drink tickets. Tickets can
be purchased at the door. Put on your dancin'
shoes and come join the fun! The Wine & Food
Foundation of Texas is a nonprofit with a passion
for wine and food for better health and well-being
of the community. The organization hosts public
wine and food events, educational opportunities,
and a wine auction in the Southwest funding culinary
scholarships, educational grants and other deserving
causes. Bayer Ag Museum, 1121 Canyon Drive;
7 – 11 p.m.
to Bon Jovi, Journey, Aerosmith
– Musically speaking - it doesn't get any
more exciting than this! Mega-hitsongsmade famous
by rock bands that are bigger than life! Come
see how we do Bon Jovi, Journey and Aerosmith
at the Cactus Theater!Get ready for "Livin'
on a Prayer", "Don't Stop Believin'",
"Dream On" and many more classic tunes!
You will love this concert. Please contact the
box office at 806-762-3233 to reserve tickets.
Reserved seating . Cactus Theater, 1812 Buddy
Holly Avenue; 7:30 p.m.
through May….Pirates & Treasure
ready for family fun this Spring? Treasure is
a word that stirs the imagination of everyone,
of every age. An educational and entertaining
exhibit for museums and science/technology centers,
Pirates & Treasure! explores the history of
treasures and treasure hunting, the technology
employed in hunting treasure, as well as the people
and personalities that hunt for treasure—including
you! What is treasure? Who hunts for treasure?
Why do they hunt treasure? How do people hunt
for treasure? What do you treasure? Explore these
questions and take part in your own treasure hunt
when you visit Pirates & Treasure! There will
be several thematic areas and hands-on activities
that allow you to try tools of treasure hunting
and investigate treasures. Discover the life and
times of pirates on the High Seas, from “Black
Bart” and “Blackbeard” to “Long
Ben”, learn why these pirate legends are
still romanticized today. Special exhibit features
include actual artifacts from shipwrecks and other
treasure sites. Visitors are invited to go on
a treasure hunt in the exhibit to locate the special
Pirates & Treasure! w/Film OR Museum
w/Film & Museum
Adult $12.00 $17.50
Child (3-12) $9.50 $13.50
Senior (60+) $9.50 $13.50
Group and School Group rates and reservations
call 806-745-2525 ext. 234. Additional exhibit
info at www.sciencespectrum.org.
Science Spectrum OMNI Theater, 2579 S. Loop 289.
April 24 - 25....CATS
presents: Faith County - Somewhere
in the middle of nowhere in the south, there's a
place where the bee-hive hairdo is still the rage
and Saturday nights are reserved for the tractor
pull in nearby Pickler. A colorful collection of
good ole' country folk gather 'round for this year's
county fair, and there's stiff competition in the
arts and crafts category. This play was written
by Mark Landon Smith and directed by Mackenzie Mealem.
Doors will open at 7:00 pm and showtime is 7:30
pm. Tickets: $14 for adults and $12 for students/seniors.
Children and Adults Theatrical Studio, 2257 34th
25….Fish & Foosball - Lubbock,
if you are hungry and want to take part in something
fun, please come to the 3rd Annual Fish Fry &
Human Foosball Tournament! All proceeds will be
benefiting the Lubbock Neighborhood Association.
The great Lubbock owned and operated, River Smith's
is Catering this event, so come enjoy some good
food! Life-size foosball tournament is taking place
with local teams to help raise money and have some
fun. Heck, if you don't want to play, I know you
want to come watch and see what it's all about!
Fish Fry Tickets are $10 per plate. Team registration
is $150. For more information or to register a team:
Go to fishandfoosball.com or contact: Toni Spray
(806) 749 – 5862 or email@example.com.
Miller Park (South of Loop 289 - between Indiana
and Memphis); 10 a.m.- 4 p.m.
25….Maid Marian in a Stolen Car
- The Lubbock Memorial Civic Theatre presents "Greater
Tuna" creator and master storyteller, Jaston
Williams in the Lubbock Debut of "Maid Marian
in a Stolen Car." Jaston’s hilarious
new solo show is about his life in the theatre –
both on stage and behind the scenes. Creator/Actor
Jaston Williams describes Maid Marian… with
charming simplicity: “Theatre is about sharing
experiences, and I happen to live in a world full
of characters and strange circumstances. Maid Marian
in a Stolen Car is a comedy about life, and the
moments that may not be funny while they happen
to you, but are hysterical when someone else can
observe them. Some of the best stories come about
when everything goes wrong. Some of my funniest
and greatest moments of theatre are notorious disasters
that everyone has experienced in one way or another.”
Be prepared to laugh out loud as Jaston recalls
a San Antonio production of Hamlet that mimicked
the Battle of the Alamo. Learn why you can’t
do “trust exercises” with a multiple
personality. And experience his recreation of the
wildest Maid Marian since they chopped down Sherwood
Forest. For tickets call Select-A-Seat at 806-770-2000.
Lubbock Memorial Civic Center Theater, 1501 Mac