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Cottage Kitchen Luncheon: Greater San Marcos Partnership serving lunch Friday

The Greater San Marcos Partnership will host this Friday’s Cottage Kitchen Luncheon from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Charles S. Cock House Museum. Palmer’s Restaurant and Root Cellar Cafe have generously donated the entree and dessert. The menu will include a fresh green salad and roll, Palmer’s pecan chicken and rice pilaf and Root Cellar’s snickerdoodle bread pudding for dessert.  The GSMP team, board members and volunteers are delighted to be serving lunch again this year. From left to right are Ashley Gossen, Mike Kamerlander, Adriana Cruz, Victor Garza and Laurie Hartz.

Seated are Daniel Aguilar, Judith Laird, Katie Henderson and Elisabeth Ann Jean. Standing are Rose Mitchell, Bill Claussen, Bobby DiPasquale and Jose Shenkner. They are presenting “Lend Me A Tenor” at the Wimberley Playhouse. (photo by Wimberley Players)

Il Stupendo arrives at the Wimberley Playhouse

As anticipated by fans of the Wimberley Players, the opening night performance of Ken Ludwig’s “Lend Me A Tenor” on Feb.  12 brought the house down.
An appreciative audience rose for a standing ovation after a madcap curtain call that summed up the show’s hilarious antics.
“This is one of the funniest shows I can remember,” said season ticket holder Lila McCall. “These actors are nothing short of wonderful.”
“Lend Me A Tenor” transports the audience to a night in 1934. The Cleveland Grand Opera Company has booked a world-famous tenor, Tito Merelli, to perform Otello.

Dr. Marianne Reese of the Texas State University Retired Faculty and Staff Association is instrumental in coordinating the series of lectures and classes that are taking place within coming months at the San Marcos Public Library and San Marcos Activity Center. They are part of the association’s Lifelong Learning Program that is geared toward those who are age 50 and older. (photo by Dr. Marianne Reese)

The Lifelong Learning Program is a series of courses and lectures held at the San Marcos Public Library and San Marcos Activity Center. The series is coordinated by the Texas State University Retired Faculty and Staff Association.

Dear Abby: 2/16/16

Broken car seat sparks feud over who should foot the bill

DEAR ABBY: My sister-in-law has asked me to pay for repairs to the passenger seat of her car. She was picking up my 9-year-old to stay the night, and when he got inside, he moved the seat forward to better fit his stature. She got upset and said, “The seat was broken. We had it set just right for me when I’m the passenger.” 


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