16 – 20….The Junior League of Lubbock
Presents Holiday Happening 2016 “Beneath
The Wreath” - Join the Junior
League of Lubbock as it celebrates 37 years of
shopping for a cause. The 37th annual Holiday
Happening shopping event runs Nov. 16 through
20 at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center to raise
funds for the Junior League’s community
programs including Food 2 Kids, Kids in the Kitchen,
SPARK and community assistance grants. Two shopping
areas feature more than 130 merchants from around
the country in one building. Aside from the great
shopping, Holiday Happening 2016 features several
traditional events and the Friday morning children’s
18….Junior's Listening Room and Caprock
Winery Series - "The Battlin'
Nelsons" featuring Tori Vasquez and Shannon
Smith from Austin Texas. Opening act features
Caleb Jude Green and Ryan Todd Garza. $15 admission.
LHUCA, Firehouse Theatre, 511 Ave K; Doors open
at 7 p.m.
18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 25, 26, 27….Phantom
of the Opera - Texas Tech University’s
Opera Theatre, in cooperation with Moonlight Broadway,
will present one of the greatest musicals of the
past 50 years, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “The
Phantom of the Opera” this fall. The production
will star Broadway veteran, Texas Tech alumnus
and Lubbock native David Gaschen as the Phantom.
He will be surrounded by the vocal and stage talents
of Texas Tech Opera Theatre students, many of
whom have national singing credits.
for “The Phantom of the Opera” may
be purchased in person at the Texas Tech Student
Union Building Ticket Office, at the main Select-A-Seat
office in the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center, by
calling (806) 770-2000, or online at: ticketsage.com/_lubbock/.
Prices are $38.25 for children and range from
$43.50-$100 for adults. A service charge is included.
For more information about “The Phantom
of the Opera”, visit TexasTechPhantom.com.
Lubbock Memorial Civic Center Theatre, 1501 Mac
Davis Lane; Performances are scheduled for 7:30
p.m. Nov. 18-22 and Nov. 25-26, and at
2 p.m. Nov. 20, 26-27.
- Nathan Dahlstrom will be signing copies of his
fourth book in the The Adventures of Wilder Good
series just released - The Green Colt. “The
Green Colt is told beautifully, with grace and quiet
power, and shows S. J. Dahlstrom to be a big new
talent. I highly recommend this wonderful book.”
— Nancy Plain, award-winning author and vice-president
of Western Writers of America. Subscribe today at
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every week on Wilder's Nature Journal. Barnes &
Noble, South Plains Mall, 6002 Slide Rd; 1 –
19….The Pride of West Texas Show Chorus presents
"A Red, White and Blue Christmas"
- Done in a USO show-style format, the
chorus will honor our armed services and veterans,
as well as get everyone in the Christmas spirit!
The show will
have lots of laughs and feature awesome a cappella
harmonies, barbershop style!
Tickets are $20 for reserved seating, available
at the Cactus ticket office (806-762-3233). Cactus
Theater, 1812 Buddy Holly; 7 p.m.
30….Michael Martin Murphey: A Cowboy Christmas
- Over the past 40 years, Murphey has left an indelible
mark on the American Music Landscape with hits like
"Geronimo's Cadillac,” "Cosmic Cowboy,”
“Wildfire,” “Carolina In The Pines,”
“Cherokee Fiddle,” “What’s
Forever For,” and "Cowboy Logic."
Join Murphey and his fabulous band for a very special
cowboy Christmas concert in the intimate Cactus.
Reserved seats; Floor, $35 -$30; Standard balcony
$25. Purchase tickets by visiting cactustheater.com
or call 762-3233. Cactus Theater, 1812 Buddy Holly
Ave; Doors open at 7 p.m.; show 7:30 pm.
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