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Art by Manuel S. Franco. A painting entitled “Our Symbol of Freedom.”
A bronze statue entitled “Quanah Parker,” by Manuel S. Franco.

Manuel S. Franco featured in Kerrville Gallery

The Museum of Western Art is honored to have acclaimed western artist Manuel S. Franco of  Dumas as the March Artist of the Month.
Manuel S. Franco was born in Coyame, a northwestern state of Chihuahua, Mexico, of Indian/Mexican heritage. His ancestors were the Mexican Mestizos mixed with the Chiricahua Apaches, whose roots were on both sides of the Rio Grande even before it was a line between two countries.  
His great grandmother was an Apache lady born in Candelaria, Texas and his Great Grandfather was a Mexican/Mestizo born in Coyame, Mexico.

Suzy Hendrix (Elizabeth Anne Jean) is recently blind and must outwit three thugs in the darkness of her basement apartment, creating one of the theater’s most thrilling finales. From left is Ameer Mobarak, Danny Mosier and Ben Moshe.

Players thrill with sinister ‘Wait Until Dark’

When the Wimberley Players unwind the cat-and-mouse chiller, Wait Until Dark on stage from February 27–March 22, audiences can expect a tense Rear Window experience as they witness the con of an innocent blind woman. The 1967 film version starring Audrey Hepburn ranked tenth on Bravo’s “100 Scariest Movie Moments” for it climactic scene.
“Wait” is the story of Suzy and Sam Hendrix, who live in New York’s Greenwich Village. On Sam’s return trip from visiting his parents in Toronto, he agrees to transport a doll across the border for a mysterious woman.

Annual Volkssport Volksmarch this Saturday

The San Marcos River Walkers play host to a Volksmarch Saturday, Feb. 28. The local chapter of the American Volkssport Association anticipates more than 100 walkers will participate.  
The chilly forecast will not stop the hardy walkers from around Central Texas as they walk for fun, fitness and friendship. Many walkers come from Austin, Fredricksburg, San Antonio and elsewhere.

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