Tuesday, September 09, 2008

COM: Living History Day at Schreiner

Clifton Fifer and I, as Hands Across Texas, will be performing here -- Buffalo Soldier history, native american music and stories . . .


CALLING ALL INTERESTED TEACHERS, ADMINISTRATORS AND STUDENTS

YOU ARE INVITED!

· The Center for Innovative Learning, Schreiner University

· Texas Heritage Music Foundation

· Past is Prologue

--Invite you to put these dates on your calendar for fall 2008--

These events are educational in nature and provide teachers and students with enrichment opportunities


Texas Heritage Living History Day

Friday, Sept. 26, 9 am – 3 pm @ Robbins-Lewis Pavilion, Schreiner University campus

FREE ADMISSION

  • Over 70 performers including cowboy music, Texas songwriters and storytellers, Texas Camel Corps, chuck wagons and teepees, Gospel, Americana and Tejano music and much more!
  • TAG (transportation assistance grants) Program available to all schools in Kerr, Kimble, Kendall, Gillespie, Edwards, Bandera and Real County. Let us help with you transportation expenses to Living History Day. Hurry! Funds are limited—first come/first serve. For more information, email us at kat@maverickbbs.com

Also Friday, Sept. 26, 4 – 6 pm @ The Cailloux Student Activities Center Theater, S.U. campus

Come learn the stories of the Lone Star State with a special panel of Texas Folklore Society as they discuss Songs of Texas. Teachers and students invited!

FREE ADMISSION!

For more information on Living History Day events, visit us at www.texasheritagemusic.org

Or email us at kat@maverickbbs.com


Past is Prologue

Friday, Oct. 17, 7 – 9 pm in the Hanszen Fine Arts Center, Schreiner University

Past is Prologue: Native American Story Telling

Saturday, Oct. 18, 9 am – 4 pm in the Hanszen Fine Arts Center, Schreiner University

Past is Prologue workshop: Using Native American Stories and Tools for Learning

For more information, visit www.learningpeople.org

CEU’s available for teachers


Texas Music Coffeehouse Series

First Wednesday of each month in the Lion’s Den, Cailloux Student Activities Center, S.U.

Ø Sept. 3: Hispanic Heritage Month with Rosie Flores

Ø Oct. 1: Texas Music Month with Carolyn Wonderland

Ø Nov. 5: Native American Heritage Month with Walt Wilkins

Coffeehouse Open Mic begins at 7 pm Feature performer begins at 7:30 pm

FREE ADMISSION!! For more information, visit http://www.schreiner.edu/coffeehouse/events.html

ALL EVENTS TAKE PLACE ON THE SCHREINER UNIVERSITY CAMPUS

2100 Memorial Blvd, Kerrville, TX



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