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Music Games inside the library: Music educator to acquaint children with instruments, sounds

On Monday, July 11, Joshua Lowe, music educator at Hernandez Elementary School, will host Music Games at the San Marcos Public Library. Lowe is shown here with his son, Mehai. Presenting Music Games at 11 a.m. Lowe, will bring a variety of instruments with him for children ages 5 to 9 to explore melody and rhythm. Call 512-393-8200 to register. (Photo by Ashley Schimelman/San Marcos Public Library)

 

Celebrated for helping keep Austin weird, legendary musicians Beto and the Fairlanes have performed in various venues, including the famed Armadillo World Headquarters, for decades. Bandmates are playing tonight at 7:30 p.m. in San Marcos Plaza Park as part of the Summer in the Park concert series. (photo by Beto and the Fairlanes)

 

 

Rex is a 2-year-old male Briard-Giant Schnauzer mix who loves to run and play. He is available to adopt until Friday, July 8 at the San Marcos Regional Animal Shelter, located at 750 River Road. (photo by the San Marcos Regional Animal Shelter)

 

San Marcos Regional Animal Shelter's Pet of the Week: Affectionate and playful, 2-year-old Rex gets along well with people and other dogs

This week’s pet of the week is Rex. 

He is a 2-year-old male Briard-Giant Schnauzer Mix who loves to run and play. 

He is very good with other dogs, and has a ton of fun wrestling and playing chase. Rex is also very gentle with people, doesn’t try to knock them over and gingerly takes treats from your hand. He loves to be petted and will smile when rubbed behind his ears.

He is a long-haired dog so he will need regular grooming, but looks handsome when his hair is trimmed.

Rex is available for adoption and until July 8, his adoption fee is only $50.

 

The accolades keep coming for world-acclaimed conductor Dr. Carolyn Watson. She has plenty to celebrate and is passionate about her profession as director of orchestra studies at Texas State University.  She is also director of the Texas State Symphony Orchestra, a role she relishes. (photo by Dr. Carolyn Watson)

 

Orchestra director merits honors: Texas State University’s Dr. Carolyn Watson is internationally renowned

LORI STEINDORF

features editor

Distinguished conductor Dr. Carolyn Watson, who is fastidious, humorous and dedicated to her livelihood as director of orchestra studies at Texas State University, has merited more honors to add to her impressive list of achievements.

She has learned that she is one of the 10 conductors from throughout the world that has been selected to participate in the prestigious international program dubbed the Second Annual Linda and Mitch Hart Institute for Women Conductors at The Dallas Opera.

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