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Page 6C COMMUNITY Hays Free Press June 10, 2015 Movies at Lake Kyle: The Boxtrolls Head to Lake Kyle on Friday, June 12 for a free showing of The Boxtrolls. Bring lawn chairs, blankets and snacks. Movies begin 30 minutes after sunset. Movies in the Park: Buda's annual Movies in the Park series continues with a showing of Paddington at Buda City Park on June 12. Movies begin at dusk. Bring lawn chairs, blankets and snacks. Kyle Market Days Saturday, June 13 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. celebrate summertime with Kyle Market Days at Historic City Square Park. This month's event is sPonsored by Home Depot Kyle. Salsa Fest Eye of the Dog Art Center's annual salsa festival returns June 13 from 3-6 p.m. in San Marcos. Taste over 25 kinds of salsa and vote for your favorite. The event is free and family-friendly. Edward Burleson: Soldier and Statesman Travel through two decades of Texas history, encompassing the early days of the Repub- lic of Texas, the path to statehood and the founding of Hays County, during the June 14 screening of Edward Burleson: Soldier and Statesman, the newest documen- tary film by the Hays County Historical Commission. Sponsored by the Heritage Asso- ciation of San Marcos, the film and popcorn are free of charge. Doors will open at 2 p.m. at the the Marc Theatre, located at 120 E. San Antonio Street (South Side of the Square). PHOTO BY PETE LACKER Blanco River Flood Relief Fest Want to support local flood victims? Get your tickets to the Blanco River Flood Relief Fest. Enjoy performances on three stages from more than 15 bands including headliner Hal Ketchum. General admission tickets are $25, kids under 12 are free - they can also enjoy the bounce house and other kids activities. The Dripping Springs Lions Club will donate $25 for every ticket sold up to $25,000. VIP tickets are available for $75; there are only 150 of those available. There will also be a silent auction with prizes including an autographed guitar signed byWillie Nelson, family passes to the Hill Country Science Mill, a gift basket from Dripping Springs Vodka, and a two- day stay at McClayVacation Rentals in Wimberley. Food and drink will be available to purchase at discounted pricing. A full 100 percent of the proceeds from this festival will go to neighbors in need through the Austin Disaster Relief Network. Event takes place noon until midnight June 13 at Stone Valley Texas Music Park in Johnson City. Visit www.stonevalleytexas.com for information and tickets. ll ll '4,JURASSIC WORLD m,13 3-D 10:30 1:15 4:00 6:45 9:30 2-D 11:45 2:30 5:15 9:00 4,SPY R 11:00 1:49 4:20 7:10 7:45 9:50 10:20 HOW SHOWING ON 2 ICRI~SI 4,ENTOURAC- 11:30 2:15 4:45 7:15 9:65 4,INSIDIOUS: CHAP'i'ER 3 Po-13 11:20 2:05 4:40 7:40 10:30 ENTOURAGE R 11:~0 2:15 4:46 7:15 9:55 TOMORROWLAND po |11 ..1..2 :1 7: . , :~ |1 |11 ~ 9:35 --\ .... :T~ SAN ANDREAS ~-i3 10:45 rl:~ 4:25 7:05 10:00 MAD MAX: FURY ROAO 11:05 1:45 4:25 R POLTERGEIST m.ls !!;50 2:35 5:00 7:50 10:25 4,Sorry, No Passes / Supersavers Additional uDcharoe for all 3-D features. SUMMER KidFLIX Every Tuesday 10:00 June 16th "BOXTROLLS" only $1.00 Buy A Passport: All 10 for $5.001 community at w .haysfreepress, m ~ ~ ~ i ~ ~:~/~ii~ i:~i i~!i i~ii~ :: ~ i~ ~i~ i hborhood credit union is excited to now unity. Discover the credit union differen more than a number, become a [NVE IL +