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Shrek plants a kiss on Princess Fiona during their performance of  Shrek: The Musical. (photo by Gary Zupancic)

 

Shrek encounters Donkey in a scene from Shrek: The Musical. (photo by Gary Zupancic)

 

 

 

Jeannie Pham and Drake Watson unload plants for the Wimberley Playhouse garden. They are members of a team from AmeriCorp’s National Citizen Community Corps. (Photo by Teresa Kendrick/The Wimberley Players)

AmeriCorps will return for celebration

When the Wimberley Players welcome the community to a celebration of the new garden and updated Wimberley Playhouse on Friday, a big white van marked AmeriCorps National Citizen Community Corps will roll into the parking lot – for the second time in three weeks.

 

 

The team planted a new circular garden and other areas in preparation for the Wimberley Players grand open house June 10. (photo by Teresa Kendrick/Wimberley Players)

Playhouse has fresh look: Wimberley Players invite the public to a Grand Open House on June 10

Count on music, tasty light refreshments, a new garden to admire, fresh paint and carpet in the lobby and some dramatic surprises at the Wimberley Playhouse sure to create an appreciative buzz.

 The theater improvements will be celebrated Friday from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Playhouse, located at 450 Old Kyle Road.  

 

The magnificent fused-glass pieces of artist Deb Gibson are on display at Rio Claro Studio in downtown San Marcos. One of her collections is exhibited in this photo and set against the backdrop of the vibrant print created by multi-media visual artist Adriana "Gigi" Mederos, proprietor of Rio Claro Studio. The line of glassware compliments the print. (photos by Lori Steindorf)

 

Fused-glass artist Deb Gibson showcases her creations at Rio Claro Studio in downtown San Marcos.

Another line of pendants created by fused-glass artist Deb Gibson of Castle Wynd Glassworks. 

 

Centro Cultural Hispano de San Marcos is promoting its new exhibit, Revisiting Cuba: Art for Tourists, for the Revolution and for Its Own Sake. The opening reception will be held on June 11 from 4 to 6 p.m. at Centro, located at 211 Lee St. (Photo by Centro Cultural Hispano de San Marcos)

 

New art exhibit at Centro: Revisiting Cuba: Art for Tourists, for the Revolution and for Its Own Sake

The Centro Cultural Hispano de San Marcos has put together a new exhibit, Revisiting Cuba: Art for Tourists, for the Revolution and for Its Own Sake, dedicated to our island neighbor to the south.  

With President Barack Obama’s recent visit to the island, this seems like a propitious time to explore this rich and exciting culture. 

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