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Page 4C NEIGHBOIIS Hays Free Press = January 26, 2011 C0Uffll Charlie DiBlassi plays the role of Jeffrey Vintage and Keith F Arthur Daniels in "Secret Identity," being staged this weak at State University. r' revea STAFF REPORT an auto parts store in The Department of Theatre and Dance at Texas State University will present graduate student Scott Mat- thaw Harris' Secret Iden- tity, ]an. 27-30 at the PSH Foundation Studio Theatre, a venue housed in the Theatre Center on campus. Performances will be held at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 27-29, with a 2 p.m. matinee Jan. 30. Directed by Robert Wighs, Secret Identity focuses on Arthur Daniels, the owner of lyn. He leads a norms but he has a secret th; cost him his marriage his relationship with i And now, a visit from acquaintance may fo] to give up what he ho most dear: his true idq Admission is $8 for eral admission, $5 for dents with a Texas Sta Advance tickets are ax through the Texas Sta Office at (512) 245-22~ For additional info tion, call (512) 245-21, Katherine Anne Porter Ho hosts poet, artist Griffiths STAFF FORT Rachel Eliza Griffiths, author of "Miracle Arrhythmia," will give a reading and book signing at 7:30 p.m on Friday, Feb. 11 at the gathe~e Anne Porter Literary Center in Kyle. The event is co-sponsored by the Therese Kayser Lindsey Reading Series and the Texas State Department of English. The reading is free and GRIFFITHS open to the public. Griffiths, a poet, painter, and photographer, received her MFA in creative writing from Sarah Lawrence College. Her visual and liter- A recipient of nume ous fellowships and a~ including those from t Provincetown Fine Art Center, Verr Studio Cent New York St SummerWr Institute, So Mountain, t England Hu ties Council others. She is the author of"l~ Arrhythmia' low Books,, "Turn of He (chapbook; Boulevard F and "Mule & Pear "(Ne Issues Poetry & Prose, She lives in NewYork. more information, coI SY Pfl0~ axton is Texas Brook- [life, ~t has and ds son. m old gehim ds ntity. gen- Stu- Ie ID. ailable e Box 14. mfl- ~7. zards he sWork lent .~r, |te It°re al law ~anl- and [iracle (WI1- 010), wen" ?axis tess), W ~.011). ~or tact ary work has been widely Katie Angermeier at 785-840- published both nationally 4607 or via small at kapliter- and intemationally, Buda Bits Continued from pg. 1C Hurry and join the Hays cost is $2. For more CommunitiesY and you will lion call Shirley at 295-4422. / get a free gift, a coupon for a program worth up to $60, and •" they will waive your joining Cimarron Rose Antiques in fee. The Y is located at 465 downtown Buda is celebmt- Buda Sportsplex Dr., just off ing its second year in bUsi- RR 967. Hurry this offer is ness this month. Stop byand only good throughJanuary visit with Hope at 218 Main ... , Street. | ee• J Ground Hog Day is next,, i Wed., Feb. 2. Wdl he or will First Thursday" is Fdb. 3 in he not see his shadow? Either downtown Buda. The t~eme way, we are blessed with such is "Have a Heart...ShoWyour very mild winters and we Love" so come on dewd for know springwill be here soon. specials at the antique trod • •. specialty shops and enjoy a meal at local restaurantS. Also Also next Tues., game night be ready to give up a little of will be held at the Onion your blood for the blood drive Creek Senior Center in Buda. which will be held at Buda 5K FUN WALK/RUI| BARTON MIDDLE $CHOC 4950 Jack C. Hays Trail Buds, Texas Late reilitrition it 8am. Walk starts at 9am. Ibllitritlon F, $20.00. No pets please. Proceeds to benefit the Amerlc Cancer Soclityl Buda-Kylo Relay for Iklf D, memory of IViel Kysor. Roglitor onllno a t www, slgnmeup.con 74260 Contact lifo: Susie Kana ( AIIcon K~fsor PflOTO COURTESY OF THE ~N WRITIERS C(XJ.EC110N Vida y Honor (Life & Honor), a day-long literary symposium featuring two of the most influential, pioneadng Mexican'American authors of the 20th and 21st centuries: Rolando Hinojosa and Miguel M6ndez. The symposium will take place at the Alkek Library, Texas State University, beginning at 8:15 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 4. WEDNESDAY, JAN.26 • Hays County Uveetock Show, 5 p.m. exhibitor project check-in, Hays County Civic Center, San Marcos • Beekeeping 101, 7 p.m. Learn all about bee-related topics. San Marcos Public Library • Red Hot Patriot - The Kick-Ass WR of Molly Ivins, 6 p.m. Texas premier. Catered heavy hers d'oeuvres, beer and wine, fol- lowed by the acclaimed play that perfectly captures the private and public sides of Molly. Zachary Scott Theatre, Austin • "Larger Than Life: The Story of Buck Winn", 7 p.m. Documentary based oQ the life of interna- FRIDAY, JAN. 28 tionaily rec- • Kyle Public Library Gaming Time, 3-5 p.m. ognized local For kids 7-12 years old. Wii games, board sculptor and games, computers and popcorn. architect. Free screening. Old • Fdday Afternoon Club at Gruene Hell, Kyle City Hail Buck Winn 4-7 p.m. Happy hour, prize giveaways and the best in Texas tunes, broadcast live, Gruene • Sweet Thunder:. Duke & Shak by Delf- eayo Mamalis Uptown Jazz Orchestra, * Hays County Livestock Show, 9 a.m. 7:30 p.m. A theatrical jazz musical honoring Swine, poultry and beef shows. Hays County two great masters, Duke Ellington and Wil- Civic Center, San Mamos liam Shakespeare. Paramount Theatre, Austin • Secret Identity, 7:30 p.m. (see Jan. 27 for details) THURSDAY, JAN. 27 • Kyle Library Computer Sldlle Classes, 8-10 a.m. Computer literacy, internet and email basics. Free. Kyle Public Library • Hays County Liveateck Show, 9 a.m. Exhibitors prepare to show their projects in the goat, rabbit and lamb shows. Home skills and Ag mechanics projects also evaluated. Hays County Civic Center, San Mamos • "Make the Switch", 6 p.m. Free seminar on Wildlife Management Tax Valuation (wild- life exemption). Dripping Springs City Hall • Cyberbullylng Workshop, 6:30 p.m. Free seminar to increase understanding and awareness in responding to cyberbullying. Simon Middle School, Kyle • Cocktails with Larry Miller:. Little League, A ddltery & Other Bad Ideas. 7 p.m. One man show about marriage, children and drinking...and how each one leads to the other two. Paramount Theatre, Austin • Secret Identity, 7:30 p.m. Texas State grad student, Scott Matthew Harris' play directed by Robert Wighs. PSH Foundation Stu- dioTheatre, Texas State University Auctioneers raise the bidding on a champion SATURDAY, JAN. 29 • Coffee with the Mayor, 9 a.m. Join Kyle Mayor Lucy Johnson for a short update on city projects and an open forum. Complimentary cof- fee and snacks will be served. The Java Cup, Kyle • Market on the Square, 9 a.m.- 1 p.m. Enjoy the bounty of local farmers, artists and crafters. Downtown San Marcos • English as a Second Language Clams, 9:45-noon, Kyle Public Library • Jester King Craft Brewery Grand Opening Party, 1 p.m. Live entertainment, beard cornpetiton and kissing booth, good food and great beer. Jester King Brewery, Austin PIIOT0 BY JEll BflJNDO steer at last year's Hays County Uvestock Show. • Jacob's Well Natural Area Tour, 10 a.m. Docent-led tours to an artesian spring that flows out of one of the deepest underwater caves in Texas. Wimbedey • Uve Music at Bell Springs Winery, 2 p.m. Guitanst Ethan Schexnyder performs. Dnpping Springs • Hays County Livestock Show, 11 a.m. Junior Livestock Auction~ Hays County Civic Center, San Marcos • Kyle Chamber Texas Soiree, 6-11 p.m. Cocktails, dinner and dancing. Awards cer- emony, silent and live auction. Texas Old Town, Tejes Hall, Kyle • 8eerat Identity, 7:30 p.m. (see Jan. 27 for details) • Rodlney Cmwelh Chinaberry Side- walks Tour, 9 p.m. An intimate, one- man show, playing guitar, singing his own brand of alternative rock, Gruene Hall, Gruene SUNDAY, JAN. 30 • Secret Identity, 2 p.m. (sea Jan. 27 for details) • Friends of the Buds Ubrary Annual Meeting, 2 p.m. Sponsors, donors and staff will be honored. Refreshments will be served. Buda Public Library • G~are Seminar, 3 p.m. A faith- based support group for people who are grieving the death of someone close to them. Manchaca United Methodist Church See BULLETIN BOARD, pg. 6C f .... ~ Trusts ' Non-Pr~aYons • A~ & BOOKKEEPING ImWlCES , PAYROLL SERVICES IBEFORETHE Sam C. Coo Thyme