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September 15 -17….Hub City Comic Con 3 – Everyone is invited to the 3rd annual Hub City Comic Con! They will be returning to the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center and will also be making some huge upgrades to the show as well as bringing in here and now celebrity guest stars! Get ready Lubbock, Tx. This is one show you wont want to miss! Prices range from $5-$100. For tickets visit showclix.com/event/hub-city-comic-con. Tickets will also be available at the door. Lubbock Memorial Civic Center, 1501 Mac Davis Lane; 10:30 a.m. – 7 p.m.

September 16….Lubbock Downtown Farmers Market - Looking for the best in local produce, handmade and artisan products? If the answer is YES...then visit the Downtown Farmers Market each Saturday at 19th and Buddy Holly Ave from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for a taste of downtown Lubbock, and the finest in local produce, meat, dairy, cheese. baked goods and arts. The full 2017 market season will be every Saturday from June 3rd to October 28th from 9 a.m. until vendors sell out. For more information, visit lubbockdowntownfarmersmarket.com/. We look forward to seeing you every Saturday at the Lubbock Downtown Farmers Market at 19th Street & Buddy Holly Ave.

September 16….Night Hike - Experience the Yellowhouse Draw at our "Landmark After Dark" night hike. This hike is for all ages. Be sure to wear comfortable, sturdy, closed-toed shoes. Night hikes are always held, weather permitting. Lubbock Lake Landmark, 2401 Landmark Dr; 7:25 p.m.

September 16….Baby Boomer Comedy Show - Clean Comedy for Those Born Before Seatbelts, Safety Helmets and Facebook - The Baby Boomer Comedy Show is 90 minutes of hilarious clean stand-up comedy focusing on work, family, do-it-yourself projects, and many other topics that these audiences can relate to! Kent Rader and Jan McInnis are both baby boomers who have spent the past 20 years performing for thousands of business groups, non-profit organizations and other professional events. They have a reputation for clean and funny humor - Jan was featured in the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post for her clean humor, and Kent’s clean comedy won him the Branson Comedy festival. . Reserved floor seats only $20; standard balcony $15; limited balcony box seats $40 (includes concessions). Get your tickets NOW for this ENCORE presentation of a new crowd favorite! ). Box office open 3:00-5:30 p.m. daily or call (806) 762-3233 or order tickets online at cactustheater.com. Cactus Theater, 1812 Buddy Holly Ave; 7:30 p.m.

September 22….The Cactus Theater Presents: '70s Rock Innovators: Tribute to Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd & Deep Purple - As the first chapters of rock 'n' roll were being written into history in the late ’60s, a new era of experimental and highly-influential sounds was making its way to the forefront in England. Among the most prominent in this movement of harder style of music (soon labeled as the first generation of "heavy metal") were Led Zeppelin and Deep Purple - while the group Pink Floyd became known for its more progressive and psychedelic leanings.The Cactus shines a spotlight on these three pioneering English rock groups in an ALL-NEW tribute that will satisfy fans of all three bands. From Zeppelin's "Whole Lotta Love" to Floyd's "Comfortably Numb" to Deep Purple's "Smoke On the Water" - there's a lot of territory to mine in this challenging, full-throttle salute to three of the all-time best selling, most influential groups of the genre. Base price for reserved floor tickets are $20; standard balcony $15; limited box seats $40 (box ticket includes concessions). ). Box office open 3:00-5:30 p.m. daily or call (806) 762-3233 or order tickets online at cactustheater.com. Cactus Theater, 1812 Buddy Holly Ave; 7:30 pm.

September 23….Save Your Photos Workshop - Photo organization expert Dionne Merriott will be hosting a Save Your Photos Workshop at Groves Branch Library. This free event will help educate the community on how to organize and protect family and business photo collections. Small accidents, hardware crashes, and fire are other threats we need to protect our photos from before a disaster hits. In addition to learning about protecting your current photos, Amber Workman from The Luggage Shop of Lubbock will speak on protecting your photos when traveling. Evelyn Hughett from Caring Transitions will speak about packing and downsizing your photos when moving to a new home. Groves Branch Library, 5520 19th St; 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.

September 23....The Roundtable presents: Mark Stephens, Asst. Manager, Hope Lodge of Lubbock - Our luncheons are held at Hillcrest Country Club 4011 N Boston Ave, Lubbock. North on University past State Living Facility to Newcomb, left for about 4 blocks and you will come to the entrance of the Hillcrest Country Club at Boston and Newcomb. Meeting format: People arrive about 11 a.m. to start registering, pay for lunch and some socializing. Food service starts at 11:15 followed by introductions and announcements at 11:30.The speaker will start about11:50 and be finished with the program and questions from the audience by 1 p.m. The public is invited.Lunch/attendance is fifteen dollars ($15) per person. Limited menu includes beverage and dessert. There are no membership fees or dues associated with attending the functions. Any extra monies that you would like to contribute will go towards the speakers lunch and towards our Honors College Scholarship fund at Tech. Our Saturday luncheons are a great way to (1) learn more about current global/US/Texas/Lubbock issues and events, (2) meet other people in area who may become lifetime friends (3) feel more at home in Lubbock. Most wear business or business-casual attire. No RSVP is necessary. Show up whenever your schedule allows, feel free to bring a guest(s) and email this invitation to anyone you think might be interested. For more information email Marie Evans at this address: mevans1398@aol.com

September 23….The Cactus Theater Presents: The Highwaymen: A Cactus Tribute to Willie, Waylon, Cash & Kris
- Individually, they were superstars in every sense of the word....together, they were country music's version of Mount Rushmore. Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash and Kris Kristofferson joined forces in 1985 to record an album entitled "Highwayman" - and from that album and the single by the same name - sprang a whole new chapter in the lives of these four music icons. They continued as The Highwaymen for the next decade, recording three albums as a supergroup....a period which introduced them to a whole new generation of adoring fans. Today, the Cactus pays tribute to these truly legendary performers in this all-new production. Featuring the vocal talents of Kenny Maines, Mark Paden, Vance Guthrie and more. You'll hear the songs that made them living legends together and apart....with an amazing catalog of songs that includes "Luckenbach, Texas", "I Walk The Line", "Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain", "For The Good Times", "Big River", "Mama's Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys" and many more! Don't miss this opportunity to hear some of the greatest songs ever recorded - in a tribute to four of the greatest talents the music world will ever know. This is a show for the ages! . Base price for reserved floor tickets are $20; standard balcony $15; limited box seats $40 (box ticket includes concessions). ). Box office open 3:00-5:30 p.m. daily or call (806) 762-3233 or order tickets online at cactustheater.com. Cactus Theater, 1812 Buddy Holly Ave; 7:30 p.m.

September 23….LSO Presents: Sinatra and Beyond - This year’s Fall POPS concert pays homage to one of the greatest performers to ever grace the stage, Mr. Frank Sinatra. Award winning singer/songwriter and pianist, Tony DeSare will be featured to play hits from “Old Blue Eyes” himself. Mr. DeSare has three billboard top ten jazz albums, and is bringing his fresh take on old school class to Lubbock. Be sure to join us for a night of classic hits, and old school cool, that you won’t want to miss. Tickets may be purchased at http://www.lubbocksymphony.org. Lubbock Memorial Civic Center Theatre, 1501 Mac Davis Lane; 7:30 pm.

September 29….Small Town America Tour: Seventh Day Slumber with special guests Manic Drive, Shonlock, Consumed By Fire, V. Rose, and Spec - Seventh Day Slumber, one of Christian music's premiere rock bands is bringing a BIG CONCERT to SMALL TOWN AMERICA again this fall, back for a seventh rendition! Featuring huge, over-the-top production with pyro, cryo, lasers, and LED wall, we are all geared up to go where no CCM band has gone before - Smallville, USA!! Not only that, but we are bringing the coolest, hottest special guests ever, Manic Drive, Shonlock, Consumed By Fire, V. Rose, and Spec. Together we will bring an unadorned Gospel message, raw testimony from SDS lead singer Joseph Rojas that will curl your toes, and great music that will both rattle and inspire the soul. With nearly a half million album sales, numerous TOP 10 singles, and over a decade of touring the world over, Seventh Day Slumber is ready to raise the bar yet again with powerful music and ministry that is both affordable and impactful. Base price for reserved floor tickets are $20; standard balcony $15; Pit $25; limited box seats $40 (box ticket includes concessions). ). Box office open 3:00-5:30 p.m. daily or call (806) 762-3233 or order tickets online at cactustheater.com. Cactus Theater, 1812 Buddy Holly Ave; 7:30 pm.


October


October 7….Creative Learners Reading Fair - The Institute for Creative Learners has a mission of helping students learn …. Especially students that struggle to read, struggle to understand, and struggle to succeed in a traditional learning atmosphere. Creative Learners provides programs to help students learn in their own individual way and to help parents identify and intervene on their child’s behalf. The Institute for Creative Learners and the Science Spectrum will be holding the second annual Creative Learners Reading Fair. The *FREE Creative Learners Reading Fair will highlight learning difficulties in young students, and offer fun activities with along with learning issues awareness! There will be certified dyslexia therapists on hand to discuss problems, give “mini” assessments, and offer guidance on seeking solutions to suspected reading and learning problems. The Institute is providing this free day of reading, learning and dyslexia awareness to help shed a light on the problem of identifying learning disabilities and different learning styles. Best of all, the event and regular Science Spectrum Museum admission is totally *FREE to all children up to age 12. This is a great opportunity for families that may not regularly attend the Science Spectrum to try it out and see all the great family fun and learning that awaits them!

FREE Reading Fair Activities:

Mini Dyslexia Screenings
Face Painting
Story Telling
Puppet Shows
Miniature Horses
Dog Agility and Obedience Demos
Short Performances by the Lubbock Community Theatre
Activity Booths
Free Books
Meet Curious George and Raider Red!
*Children up to age 12 will be admitted *FREE to the Science Spectrum Museum from 10:00am until 2:00pm only. (*All children must be accompanied by a paying adult. Regular OMNI Theater rates apply to all individuals.) Adult Tickets into the Science Spectrum Museum: $8.00 For more info. the public may call 806-745-2525 or visit www.sciencespectrum.org. Science Spectrum Museum, 2579 S. Loop 289, 10 a.m.- 2 p.m.

October 7....The Roundtable presents: Sheriff Kelly Rowe -
Our luncheons are held at Hillcrest Country Club 4011 N Boston Ave, Lubbock. North on University past State Living Facility to Newcomb, left for about 4 blocks and you will come to the entrance of the Hillcrest Country Club at Boston and Newcomb. Meeting format: People arrive about 11 a.m. to start registering, pay for lunch and some socializing. Food service starts at 11:15 followed by introductions and announcements at 11:30.The speaker will start about11:50 and be finished with the program and questions from the audience by 1 p.m. The public is invited.Lunch/attendance is fifteen dollars ($15) per person. Limited menu includes beverage and dessert. There are no membership fees or dues associated with attending the functions. Any extra monies that you would like to contribute will go towards the speakers lunch and towards our Honors College Scholarship fund at Tech. Our Saturday luncheons are a great way to (1) learn more about current global/US/Texas/Lubbock issues and events, (2) meet other people in area who may become lifetime friends (3) feel more at home in Lubbock. Most wear business or business-casual attire. No RSVP is necessary. Show up whenever your schedule allows, feel free to bring a guest(s) and email this invitation to anyone you think might be interested. For more information email Marie Evans at this address: mevans1398@aol.com

October 7….Pride of West Texas Show Chorus: “Facing the Music - Where did the Magic Go?” –
Everyone is invited to a fun show about the dean of a prestigious music college who is trying to discover where the magic of music has gone. A cappella music from 1940 to the present is sung. Tickets are $15 and are available at the door or calling 799-SING. Rock City Event Center, 5911 - 4th Street; 7 pm.

October 8….“Real Life Inspiration for Downton Abbey” A public talk by British author Jessica Fellowes
- Join the Friends of the Lubbock Public Library for a literary talk with special guest Jessica Fellowes. Ms. Fellowes is the author of the official companion guide books to the hit TV show Downton Abbey, as well as the niece of the show’s creator. Visiting all the way from England, Ms. Fellowes will share background insights about the show, as well as how her family history inspired some of the show’s most memorable storylines. This is a family-friendly talk perfect for all Downton Abbey fans! General admission tickets are $5 and VIP tickets are $30; tickets will be available in August 2017. Lubbock Civic Auditorium, 2720 Drive of Champions; 3 pm.

October 12….Presidential Lecture & Performance Series – Four-time Grammy Award winner Lyle Lovett will open the 12th season of the Texas Tech University Presidential Lecture & Performance Series with “Lyle Talking: An Evening of Conversation with Lyle Lovett.” In a unique program, singer, songwriter, composer and actor, Lyle Lovett will be in conversation with Paul Allen Hunton, general manager of Texas Tech Public Media, to offer insights about his creative process and stories from a recording and performing life spanning thirty years. Four-time Grammy winner, Lyle Lovett has broadened the definition of American music in a career that includes 14 memorable albums. The Texas-based musician fuses elements of country, swing, jazz, folk, gospel and blues in a convention-defying manner that breaks down barriers. He has a specific gift for storytelling and for offering us some of the most unforgettable song lyrics: “If I Had a Boat,” “L.A. County,” and “That’s Right (You’re Not From Texas)” to name a few. This program of conversation will offer his fans and followers an intimate look at one of America’s musical treasures. . Tickets are $18 per event or $75 for the season. Members of the public can buy tickets by calling Select-A-Seat at (806) 770-2000 or going to the website. Texas Tech students receive one free ticket per event with a valid Texas Tech ID at the information desk in the Student Union Building. Allen Theatre, Texas Tech University; 7 pm.

October 13-14 (Repeats Oct. 20, 21, 27, 28)….CATS Playhouse Presents: “The Mousetrap” - This murder mystery play by Agatha Christie opened in London's West End in 1952, and has been running continuously since then. The longest running West End show, it has by far the longest initial run of any play in history, with its 25,000th performance taking place on 18 November 2012. The story centers around a group of strangers trapped by a snowstorm with an unknown killer. Tickets are $18 for adults, $15 for students/seniors. Reservations can be made at www.catsplayhouse.com. Children and Adults Theatrical Studios, 2257 34th; All performances are at 7:30, with doors opening at 7 p.m.

October 13 -14….LSO Presents: The Triumph - We start this year’s first masterwork concert with one of the world’s most well-known composers in Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9. His last complete symphony and considered by many to be his greatest work, the ninth symphony is one of the most celebrated compositions of all time. With the return of Rebecca Wascoe, Jill Grove, Karl Dent and David Grogan as soloists and The Lubbock Chorale, the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra is excited to present this monument of composition to start off the new season. Tickets may be purchased at http://www.lubbocksymphony.org. Lubbock Memorial Civic Center Theatre, 1501 Mac Davis Lane; 7:30 p.m.

October 14….BubbleFest - Looking for some good “clean” family fun? The Science Spectrum has got you covered at its annual BubbleFest! This event continues to grow in popularity by providing exciting entertainment and accessible science for families and kids of all ages. If you love to play with bubbles, then check out these exciting BubbleFest activities that combine science, art and imagination!
Hands-on BubbleFest activities will include:
• Kid-in-a-Bubble (put yourself INSIDE a giant bubble!)
• Bubble Catching
• Make and Take Bubble Wands
• Frozen and Floating Bubbles
• Annual Bubble Gum Blowing Contest
• Giant Outdoor Bubbles
• Bubbles in Science
And as always…, BubbleFest features an amazing live bubble show featuring one of the country’s best bubble acts! This year enjoy Bubble Trouble performances by “Bubble-ologist” Jeff Boyer. A bubble volcano. Bubble roller coaster. A kid in a bubble? Jeff Boyer takes bubbles to the max in this one-man bubble extravaganza. It’s the craziest, most creative bubble show around. Jeff juggles bubbles, sculpts and builds with bubbles, makes fog-filled bubbles and more. Mixing comedy, music and interactive bubble-magic, he engages and delights audiences of all ages. A hit at performing arts centers, festivals…anywhere there’s air!
Bubble Trouble Shows will be held at 11:30am, 2:00 & 4:00pm during BubbleFest. For more information on Jeff Boyer or his Bubble Trouble show visit, http://jeffboyer.com/.
BubbleFest activities are included with standard museum admission. Free for Science Spectrum Members. Tickets may be purchased at the door.
Museum General Admission Ticket Rates:
$8.00 Adults
$6.50 Children (ages 3-12)
$6.50 Seniors (60+)
Free for children 2 and under. Science Spectrum, 2579 S. Loop 289; 10 a.m. to 6 pm.

October 14....The Roundtable presents: John Robison & Wendi Edwards "Protecting the Unprotected" Adult Protective Services - Our luncheons are held at Hillcrest Country Club 4011 N Boston Ave, Lubbock. North on University past State Living Facility to Newcomb, left for about 4 blocks and you will come to the entrance of the Hillcrest Country Club at Boston and Newcomb. Meeting format: People arrive about 11 a.m. to start registering, pay for lunch and some socializing. Food service starts at 11:15 followed by introductions and announcements at 11:30.The speaker will start about11:50 and be finished with the program and questions from the audience by 1 p.m. The public is invited.Lunch/attendance is fifteen dollars ($15) per person. Limited menu includes beverage and dessert. There are no membership fees or dues associated with attending the functions. Any extra monies that you would like to contribute will go towards the speakers lunch and towards our Honors College Scholarship fund at Tech. Our Saturday luncheons are a great way to (1) learn more about current global/US/Texas/Lubbock issues and events, (2) meet other people in area who may become lifetime friends (3) feel more at home in Lubbock. Most wear business or business-casual attire. No RSVP is necessary. Show up whenever your schedule allows, feel free to bring a guest(s) and email this invitation to anyone you think might be interested. For more information email Marie Evans at this address: mevans1398@aol.com.

October 28....The Roundtable presents: Murvat Musa, Reese Technology Center Director "Reese Today After 20 Years" - Our luncheons are held at Hillcrest Country Club 4011 N Boston Ave, Lubbock. North on University past State Living Facility to Newcomb, left for about 4 blocks and you will come to the entrance of the Hillcrest Country Club at Boston and Newcomb. Meeting format: People arrive about 11 a.m. to start registering, pay for lunch and some socializing. Food service starts at 11:15 followed by introductions and announcements at 11:30.The speaker will start about11:50 and be finished with the program and questions from the audience by 1 p.m. The public is invited.Lunch/attendance is fifteen dollars ($15) per person. Limited menu includes beverage and dessert. There are no membership fees or dues associated with attending the functions. Any extra monies that you would like to contribute will go towards the speakers lunch and towards our Honors College Scholarship fund at Tech. Our Saturday luncheons are a great way to (1) learn more about current global/US/Texas/Lubbock issues and events, (2) meet other people in area who may become lifetime friends (3) feel more at home in Lubbock. Most wear business or business-casual attire. No RSVP is necessary. Show up whenever your schedule allows, feel free to bring a guest(s) and email this invitation to anyone you think might be interested. For more information email Marie Evans at this address: mevans1398@aol.com

October 28….Spooky Science Carnival - One of Lubbock’s largest annual Halloween events, the Spooky Science Carnival at the Science Spectrum, is back again for another exciting year of “spooky, not scary”, safe family fun! The Science Spectrum has long built a tradition of providing great family oriented informal science education and looks forward each year to the fun that Halloween can bring in continuing to explore science with the public. Locally, there is also a great need for safe alternatives to traditional trick-or-treating and “scarier” haunted houses geared for older ages. The Spooky Science Carnival has become the perfect fit for both needs! This event is great for families and kids up to age 14 looking for a safe Halloween alternative and a fun, educational party all rolled into one. This year’s Spooky Science Carnival will include:

• Free trick-or-treating in the Lobby
• Carnival Style Games with guaranteed prizes
• Inflatable Bounce House, Obstacle Course, and a Giant Slide
• Creepy Critters live animal display
• Spooky Scientist Show
• Family and Kids Costume Contests
• Hands-on Spooky Science Experiments
• Spooky Science Crafts
• The Haunted Lab! (a “spooky”, not scary experience geared for ages 13 and under)
• Visitors can tour the entire Science Spectrum Museum.

Schedule for Spooky Science Carnival:

5:00 pm - Carnival, Games and Museum open to the public.
5:30 pm – Spooky Scientist Show
6:15 pm – Spooky Scientist Show (repeat)
7:00 pm – Family & Kids Costume Contests
7:45 pm – Spooky Scientist Show (repeat)
8:30 pm – Spooky Scientist Show (repeat)
9:00 pm – Carnival ends
Admission to the Spooky Science Carnival is included with a regular museum ticket of $8.00 for adults and $6.50 for kids (ages 3 to 12) and seniors (ages 60+). The Spooky Science Carnival is recommended for families with children up to age 13. No scary costumes please! For more info. the public may call 806-745-2525 or visit www.sciencespectrum.org. Science Spectrum Museum, 2579 S. Loop; 5 to 9 pm.

October 31 – Silly Science Carnival – An exciting annual Fall fun event just for pre-schoolers! This Fall themed mini-carnival will take place in the Science Spectrum museum, and is perfect for those younger ones that might not want to get out and compete with the older kids at other Halloween events. Here are just some of the fun activities planned:

• Carnival Games with Guaranteed Prizes
• Silly Science Crafts
• Silly Science Live Demos
• Story Time
• A Mini Bounce House
• Spooky Critters
• A Costume Parade
• Snacks and Sweet Trick-or-Treats

All Silly Science Carnival activities will be located in the museum and the Exhibit Hall and are included with standard museum admission. $8 for Adults and $6.50 for children (3-12) and Seniors (60+). Children 2 & under are free with an adult. Tickets to the Silly Science Carnival also include full museum admission. The Silly Science Carnival is only recommended for families with children preschool aged children, up to age 5. No scary costumes please! For more information, the public may call 806-745-2525 ext. 234 or visit www.sciencespectrum.org. Science Spectrum Museum, 2579 S. Loop 289; 10 a.m. to 12 noon.

November

November 10 -11….LSO Presents: The Pictures - Our second masterworks concert is being led by guest conductor Donato Cabrera. Cabrera is currently serving as the Music Director of both the California Symphony and the Las Vegas Philharmonic. The first piece of this concert is Huapongo, the most famous work of Mexican composer Jose Moncoya. Premiered in 1941 it is inspired by traditional Mexican folk music from the Veracruz region of Mexico. The second piece is from perhaps the most renowned American composer, Leonard Bernstein’s Symphony No. 2 “Age of Anxiety”, with LSO’s own Richard Fountain as the featured soloist. Based on the poem by W.H. Auden, which Bernstein described as “one of the most shattering examples of pure virtuosity in the history of English poetry.” The final piece is Modest Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition as orchestrated by Maurice Ravel. After the death of his close friend and renowned Russian artist Viktor Hartmann, Mussorgsky composed the piece after finding inspiration in an exhibition of his work. The LSO is excited to bring such incredible pieces back to life in what is sure to be an amazing night of performances. Tickets may be purchased at http://www.lubbocksymphony.org. Lubbock Memorial Civic Center Theatre, 1501 Mac Davis Lane; 7:30 p.m.

November 17….Presidential Lecture & Performance Series Presents The SteelDrivers
– The Grammy Award-winning group will perform its signature bluegrass sound. Since the band’s start, it has been nominated for three Grammy’s and the Americana Music Association’s New Artist of the Year award and the band won the 2016 Grammy Award for Best Bluegrass Album for The Muscle Shoals Recordings. Adele, an English pop singer, covers the band’s song “If It Hadn’t Been For Love” during her concerts. The SteelDrivers were featured in the 2009 film “Get Low” starring Bill Murray and Robert Duvall. The group also has been featured on many radio and TV shows, including the Conan O’ Brian show and NPR’s “Mountain Stage.” Tickets are $18 per event or $75 for the season. Members of the public can buy tickets by calling Select-A-Seat at (806) 770-2000 or going to the website. Texas Tech students receive one free ticket per event with a valid Texas Tech ID at the information desk in the Student Union Building. Allen Theatre, Texas Tech University; 7 pm.




























 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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