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A Look at Upcoming Events....

May 31...Lubbock County 4-H Dog Dip
- You can protect your dogs from fleas and ticks, save money, and support the Lubbock County 4-H Teen Council by getting your dogs dipped for $5 (cash only)at this fundraiser. All dogs must be on a leash and have proof of current rabies vaccinations. Vaccinations for both dogs and cats will also be available for you and your pets convenience. Tractor Supply, 7531 82nd Street;
10 a.m.- 12 p.m.

May 31….The Roundtable Luncheon - The public is invited to attend a luncheon and hear a local speaker. There is a limited menu with drink and dessert for $15 per person. This week's speaker is Susan Rowe director of education at Lubbock Lake Landmark. Hillcrest Country Club main dining room, 4011 North Boston Avenue;
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.

May 31….Gaschen and Friends - David Gaschen's Valentine show sold out two houses in February this year! Here's your chance to hear another incredible David Gaschen concert. His friends, vocal giants, Jana Campbell Ellsworth and Mike Morgan join in for a once-in-a-lifetime concert filled with a night of America's favorite music. Get your tickets early as Broadway’s “Phantom of the Opera” & Moonlight Musical’s “Les Misérables” star, David Gaschen, invites his lifelong musical colleagues to join him on the Cactus stage! Tickets are $30.00/$35.00. For more info visit or call 806.762.3233.
Cactus Theater, 1812 Buddy Holly Ave; 7:30 p.m.

May – June 15….Science Spectrum Penguin Plunge! - The Science Spectrum presents an immersive experience that combines a live penguin habitat, hands-on interactives, environmental education, and an amazing photographic exhibition. In the Penguin Habitat: Meet a loveable "waddle" or group of African Rock Penguins up close and personal. During this once-in-a-lifetime experience, you’ll be able to view these special creatures both on land and in the water. The penguins live, eat, sleep, swim and play in their state-of-the-art 2500 gallon habitat that is temperature and humidity controlled just to their liking. Animal care takers and educators will be giving special daily presentations on penguins,covering topics like what a penguin eats and how they avoid predators, to how they raise their young and communicate with each other.

For Group and School Group rates and reservations, call 806-745-2525 x234.
Additional exhibit and film information may be found at Science Spectrum Museum, 2579 S. Loop 289.

June 6 - July 20…. Willa Finley: Wildflowers - The work of internationally recognized photographer and plant scientist, Willa Finley, will be displayed in the Foyer Gallery of the Buddy Holly Center. Finley is the co-author of two books on the flowering vegetation of this region.Buddy Holly Center, 1801 Crickets Ave.

June 6 – 7…. Silent Wings Museum Commemoration of the Seventieth Anniversary of D-Day
This will be a free two-day event honoring the great sacrifice made by the Allied forces on the shores of Normandy, France during a critical moment in the War in Europe. There will be opportunities to view the documentary D-Day Remembered, Greatest Generation’s C-47, Southern Cross, Commemorative Air Force’s C-60, Good Time Gal and military vehicles. There will be children’s educational activities. The Lubbock Moonlight Musical's youth promotional ensemble, Moonlight Directions, will perform a classic WWII USO concert composed of famous wartime hits like “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy” and “I'll Be Seeing You.” The Snapshots of D-Day: Photographs of the Normandy Invasion exhibition will be on display during the D-Day event. The exhibition captures some of the most dramatic moments of the June 6, 1944 invasion. This special exhibition features 60 images of combat on the beaches and in the hedgerows of Normandy. Making use of US Army Signal Corps, US Coast Guard and US Navy photographs as well as photos taken by individuals, this exhibit includes well-known and never-before-published images. The Silent Wings Museum is collaborating with the Science Spectrum in honor of the seventieth anniversary of D-Day. The Science Spectrum OMNI Theater will be showing D-Day: Normandy 1944 narrated by Tom Brokaw through July 15th. Bring your receipt of admission to D-Day Normandy 1944 for $2 off admission to the Silent Wings Museum.

Friday, June 6th
Museum Hours: Friday, June 6, from 10 am to 5:30 pm
10 a.m. Museum opens
Salvation Army will provide donuts & coffee
Ricky’s Auto Repair’s military vehicle rides
Self-Guided Tours
Educational Children’s Activities (available all day)
10:30 a.m. Showing of Documentary, "D-Day Remembered" (replays each hr)
11 a.m. C-60 Good Time Gal flies in
4 p.m. Lubbock Moonlight Directions WWII USO Concert

Saturday, June 7th
Museum Hours: 10 a to 5:30 p
10 a.m. Museum opens
Salvation Army will provide donuts & coffee
C-47 Southern Cross flies in
US 1st Infantry Division Living History Group available
Ricky’s Auto Repair’s military vehicle rides
Self-Guided Tours
Educational Children’s Activities (available all day)
10:30 a.m. Showing of Documentary, "D-Day Remembered" (replay hourly)
12 p.m. Lubbock Moonlight Directions WWII USO Concert
2 p.m. Texas South Plains Honor Flight Veterans Reunion
C-60 Good Time Gal departs
3 p.m. C-47 Southern Cross departs

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