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Friday, October 18, 1991 the Cincinnati enquirer GoGuideC-7 Weekend events calendar j. outtngsi night life! IP . t ,' r" . ) - y ; lit V U j I j Leo Kottke and his famous guitar visit Bogart's tonight. I i : ! "A Star is Born" Celebrity Bartender Sports Auction Gala, 7 p.m.-1 a.m. tonight, Turfway Park. Tickets, $12 advance; $15 at the door. Reds, Bengals, TVradio personalities; bands, food, entertainment and cash bar. 684-1 173. Northside Renovator's Fair and House Tour, noon-5 p.m. Sat. and Sun. (Renovator's Fair); house tour, 1-5 p.m. Sun. Ten homes and four historic churches on the walking tour. Tickets are $5 at McKie Recreation Center, 1655 Chase Ave., Northside. 541-7563. Marva Collins Preparatory School garage and bake sale, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sat., FACES (formerly Mr. Kelly's) parking lot, 6541 Montgomery Road. Also annual raffle. "Youth Crusade 1991," 7:30 tonight and Sat., First Apostolic Church, 7595 Montgomery Road, Kenwood. Puppets, Crusade Choir, youth speakers, more. 984-2631. Beechmont Mall Modern Living Show, continues during regular mall hours through Sun. 232-3438. Country Coffee for prospective volunteers at Sharon Woods Village, 3 p.m. Sun. in the Hayner House. 563-9484. Miami Regatta homecoming weekend at Miami University, Oxford, begins with a homecoming parade down High Street at 6 p.m. today and continues with events through Mon. 1-529-7447. Sauerkraut dinner, 4-7 p.m. Sat. at the Westwood Chapter, No. 290, Order of Eastern Star, Harrison and Montclair avenues. $5 adults; $3 children. Reservations, 661-9207. "The Hottest Happy Hour in History," Young Cincinnatians first public social event, 5-9 tonight, Museum Center at Union Terminal. 287-7020. Our Lady of the Rosary Parish fish fry, 5-7 tonight, 19 Farragut, Greenhills. 825-8626. Baseball card show, 10 a.m. -5 p.m. Sat. and 10a.m.-4 p.m. Sun., Hara's Silver Arena., Dayton, Ohio. Cincinnati Reds catcher Joe Oliver appears noon-2 p.m. Sat. $2 adults; $1 students; free for children under 6. 1-278-4776. Bill Goodman's Gun & Knife Show, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Sat. and 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Sun., Hara's North Hall. $4. 1-278-4776. Ballroom Dance Network, teaching 8-9 tonight; open dancing, 9-10:30 p.m., Calvary Episcopal Church Hall, 3766 Clifton Ave. $3 at the door. 281-7039. Family Fun Tour, 1 p.m. Sat., Cincinnati Art Museum Eden Park. Free. 721-5204. Kenwood Towne Centre's "Art on the Loose" events continues through October.: African-American events, Sat. Eugene Goss and Volition Ensemble perform at 6-8 p.m. on Center stage; Native American Day, Sun. All Nation Dancers, 1:30 and 4:30 p.m. Center Stage. Also features traveling displays of reproductions of art , works from the Cincinnati Art Museum collection, 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Sat. and noon-6 p.m. Sun. 745-0205. Original Italian Dinner, noon-7 p.m. Sun., Sacred Heart Church & Italian Center, Marshall and Central Parkway, Camp Washington. $6 adults; $3 children. Carryouts available. Hamilton County Park District nature activities: 2 p.m. Sun., Sharon Woods; 2:30 p.m. Sun. at Miami Whitewater Forest; 3 p.m. Sun., Winton Woods. 521-7275. Chili supper and bazaar, 4-7 p.m. Sat., Norwood First United Methodist Church, 2100 Elm Ave. 631-4741. Nostalgic films at the Emery Theatre, 1112 Walnut St., downtown. Whatever Happened to Baby Jane (1 962), 7:30 tonight and Sat. Extra-length single feature. 721-2742. Sports card show, 11 a.m. -5 p.m. Sat. and 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sun., Live Oaks Career Development Campus, 5656 Buckwheat Road, Milford. 50C adults; 25C children, 8 and older. 575-1900, ext. 226. Craft show, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sat., McAuley High School, 6000 Oakwood Ave. $1 admission. 681-1815. Special Olympics Yard Sale, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. today and Sat., Coldwell Banker, Milford Office. Old costumes, kitchen items, linens, books, more. 248-1000. Mount Airy Forest Festival, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Sat., Mount Airy Forest, Oak Ridge Lodge. Lumberjack breakfast begins at 9:30 a.m. Benefits fund for new trees for Cincinnati parks. 561-7541 or 352-4080. Discover Cincinnati Tour, 9:30-1 1 :30 a.m. Sat. Inclines and overlooks. $15 a person. Cincinnati Historical Society. 287-7031. Free family films are shown at 10:30 a.m. Saturdays at the Main Public Library, 800 Vine St., downtown. Film classics this weekend. Madison Singles Dance, 8 p.m. -12:30 a.m. Fridays at the Madison, 700 Madison Ave., Covington. $5 a person. 261-1 117. Hlllforest Mansion, 213 Fifth St., Aurora, Ind. Restoredfurnished museum is open 1-5 p.m. Tue.-Sun., through Dec. 23.812-926-0087. "Best of Times" singles dances, 8 p.m.-1 a.m. Fridays at the Marriott Hotel on Chester Road and 8 p.m.-midnight Sundays at the Holiday Inn Eastgate. $5 a person, cash bar. Dress casual. Glendower State Memorial, Greek Revival mansion, 105 Cincinnati Ave., Lebanon, Ohio, open for tours through Oct. 27. Hours: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Wed.-Sat 1-4 p.m. Sun. Fee. 1-932-1817. Sharon Woods Village, State Route 42, Sharonville. Outdoor museum features historic buildings; open for tours with special exhibits and events through October. $3 adults, $2 seniors, $1 children 6-12.563-9484. The Museum Center at Union Terminal: Hours are 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Thu.; 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Fri.; 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Sat.; 1 1 a.m.-5 p.m Sun.; 9 a.m.-5 p.m. holidays. Museum of Natural History admission: $6 adults, $3 children 3-12. Free for children under 3. Historical Society admission: $3 adults, $2 children 3-12; free for children under 3. Omnipua) . admission is $5 adults, $3.50 children. 287-7020. , j ' " ' ) 3U Blue Wisp Jazz Club, 19 Garfield Place, downtown. Royce Campbell and Al Kiger with the Blue Wisp Trio, 9:30 p.m.-2 a.m. tonight and Sat.; Cat City, Sun. Reservations, 721-9801. Dee Felice Cafe, 529 Main St., Covington. The Sleepcat Band, 7:30-midnight tonight and 7:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m. Sat.; All-day tribute to Dee Felice, 3-10 p.m. Sun. Features various big band and jazz bands and trios to benefit the Dee Felice Memorial Fund for the Jazz Department at College-Conservatory of Music. 261-2365. Gasthof Vienna, German Restaurant, 5905-07 Hamilton Ave., College Hill. Live GermanAustrian music, 6-11 p.m. Fridays. 681-3465. Burbank's Real Bar-B-Q, 11167 Dowlin Drive, Sharonville (behind Ramada Inn). Alice Hoskin's Unfinished Business Blues Band, 1 0 p.m.-1 :30 a.m. tonight and Sat. Special benefit for "Big Ed" Thompson, 6 p.m.-closing, Sun., $3 donation. No cover charge. 771-1440. Wizard's Wardrobe Coffeehouse, 3213 Linwood Ave., Mount Lookout Square. Live music iand open-mike sessions, 9 p.m.-2 a.m. tonight and Sat. Cover charge is $1 per music set. 321-1347. Arnold's Bar and Grill, 210 E. Eighth St., downtown. Cincinnati Folk Life, Folk Club sessions with the Cincinnati Dancing Pigs and informal jam sessions, 7 p.m. Sun. $1 admission for CFL members or musicians with instruments; $3 others. 829-4209. Alighieri's Lounge, Red Carpet Inn, 8590 Colerain Ave., Groesbeck. Rod France Tue.-Sat. through Nov. 2. No cover charge. 385-5959. Dante's Lounge, Imperial House West, I-74 and Rybolt Road, Dent. Pianist Jack Masten, tonight and Sun. Deuces Wild, Tue.-Sat. through Nov. 2. No cover charge. 574-6666. Gemma's Lounge, Quality Inn, I-75 and State Route 126. Judy Downer, Wed.-Thu. and Nightlife with Gary Purvis, Fri.-Sat. through Nov. 2. No cover charge. 772-2140. Arnold's, 210 E. Eighth St., downtown. Arnold's Bluegrass All-Stars tonight and Silver Arm, Sat. No cover charge. 421-6234. Corinthian Restaurant, 3253 Jefferson Ave., Clifton. Spanish music tonight and live Greek bands Sat. Big Ed Thompson's All Star Band, 8 p.m.-midnight Fridays. No cover charge. 961-0013. Brass Ring Lounge, Carrousel Inn, 8001 Reading Road, Roselawn. Class Act, 8 p.m.-12:30 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays. 821-5110. Adrica's Down the Hatch, 932 Hatch St., Mount Adams. Bob Edelson, 10 p.m.-2 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays. 721-5329. Commonwealth Hilton Grand Cafe Lounge, i-75 and Turfway Road, Florence. Woodwind Steel, 9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. Tue.-Sat. 371-9779. Queen City Balladeers' Leo Coffeehouse, University YMCA, 270 Calhoun St. Aunt Beanie's First Prize Beets, 7:30 p.m. Sun. 771 -0121. The Precinct, Delta and Columbia Parkway. Celebration plays Wed.-Sun. DJ seven nights a week. 321-5454. The Waterfront, 14 Pete Rose Pier, Covington. Q102 live broadcasting, Saturday nights at La Boom. Rick Bankemper at the piano bar, 6:30-1 1 p.m. Tue.-Thu., 6:30 p.m.-1 a.m. Fri.-Sat. College nights Mon. with the Menus. Cover charge. No cover on Sun. 581-1414. concerts! Bogart's, 2621 Vine St., University Village. Acoustic Alchemy and Leo Kottke, 7:30 tonight ($15.75); Bret Michaels of Poison; and the Hollywood Gutter Cats with Susie Hatton, 7 p.m. Mon. ($13.75-$14.75); Peabo Bryson with Sterling, Richard Jackson, 7 p.m. Wed. Tickets at TicketMaster. 749-4949. Information: 281- 8400- The DeBarge Family in concert, 7:30 p m. Sat., Taft Theatre, Fifth Street, downtown. $17.50 at TicketMaster. Also features Peggy Lacey and Christian Joy. 749-4949. College-Conservatory of Music: Faculty artist series, William Black, pianist, 8 tonight, Corbett Auditorium; Starling Showcase, featuring violin students of Kurt Sassmannshaus and Dorothy DeLay, 3 p.m. Sat., Corbett Auditorium; Contemporary Music Ensemble, 7 p.m. Sun., Corbett Auditorium; Faculty Artist Series with James Tocco, pianist, 8 p.m. Mon., Corbett Auditorium. Tokyo String Quartet, 10 a.m. Tue. 556-4183. "movement, music and ..." evening of music and dance, 8:30 tonight and Sat. at the Dance Hall, Vine and East Daniels, Corryville. Features Cheryl Wallace and Colleen Clark, Billy Larkin and Chris Dahlgren. Tickets are $8 general; $6 students. 251-4016 or 751-2800. Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra, 3 p m. Sun., Memorial Hall, 1225 Elm Street, Over-the-Rhine. Tickets, $13 adults; $9 seniors; $6 students or $30 a family. Series tickets available for monthly performances through April, 1992. 723-1 182 Singing Hooslers from the Indiana University School of Music, 7 p.m. Sun., Lawrenceburg High School auditorium. Tickets, $8. 81 2-537-4251. Scandinavian Musical Fest, 3 p.m. Sun., First Unitarian Church, Reading Rod and Linton Streets. Tickets, $7. 385-6329 or 948-8174. Phil Willis Quartet, 8 p.m. Sat., Fairfield YMCA, 5220 Bibury Road. Tickets, $5. Dessert and coffee available. 829-3091. u Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, 8:30 tonight and Sat., Music Hall. Features ' German conductor, Claus Peter Flor and French pianist, Marc Laforet. Tickets are $8.50-$43.50. Lecture series with Ray ' Cooklis, Enquirer entertainment editor. L 7:30 tonight, free to concertgoers. ooi- 3300 or 749-4949. Oct. 25, Art Bank Gallery, 317 W. Fourth St., downtown. 621-7779. "Ten Thousand Eyes," Ohio Valley Chapter of the American Society of Magazine Photographers (ASMP), print exhibition, through Oct. 19. Machine Shop Gallery, 100 E. Central Parkway. 841-0858. SMS Portfolios, portable museum consisting of prints, artists' books, recordings and multiples by 71 artists, Michael Lowe Gallery, 338 W. Fourth St., downtown. Through Oct. 25. 651-4445. "Nam June Paik, New Video Works: 1991," through Oct. 26, Carl Solway Gallery, 314 W. Fourth St., downtown. 621-0069. "All That Glitters," dazzling minerals from the Ellis Crawford collection, Behringer-Crawford Museum, Covington. Through Nov. 3. 491-4003. Cincinnati Artists Group Effort (CAGE), 344 W. Fourth St., downtown. "Word CagesCaged Images" by Diana Duncan Holmes and Timothy Riordan; paintings by Charles Grund; window installation by Charles Navin; video screening; "Fike's Wings" by Russ Johnson; artists' books by Steven Finke. Through Oct. 18. 381-2437. "Developing Glasnost: An Exhibition for Kharkov," through Oct. 26, Images Gallery, 328 W. Fourth St., downtown. 241-8124. CovlngtonCincinnati Trolley, framed watercolor by Karen J. Schunk, through Oct. at the Covington Gallery, 616 Main St. Painting to be raffled in November to benefit the new Covington & Cincinnati Trolley Company. 292-8617. "Autumn Exhibit and Sale of Watercolor Paintings" through Oct. 31, Hayner House exhibit rooms at Sharon Woods Village. Artists: Nelle Ferrara; Adele Garneret; Ellen Haffner; Doris Kettler; Dorothy Mueller; June Ruff and Jean Werner. Partial proceeds to benefit Historic Southwest Ohio. Admission: $3 adults, $2 seniors, $1 children. 563-9484. "Cincinnati and Munich: Friendship Over the Years A Dream Come True," German Heritage Exhibit, through Dec. 31, John Hauck House, 812 Dayton St., West End. $2 adults; $1 seniors; 50c children. 721-3570. Miami University Art Shows: "Alice (And Look Who Else) Through the Looking Glass," group show by 48 artists (through Nov. 3); "Lewis Henry Meakin: An American Landscape Painter" (through Dec. 22); "Conservatory: Portrait of Frida Kahlo" by Miriam Schapiro (through Oct. 13). and "Collaborations: Word and Image," (through Nov. 10). 1-529-7592. Folk art by Native American Indians and serigraphs by Frank Howell, Downy Burns and Miguel Martinez, through December, Gallery 22, 11356 Montgomery Road. 489-0557. "Cincinnati Goes to War," a remembrance of how the people of Cincinnati worked together to serve their country during World War II, Cincinnati Historical Society Museum, Union Terminal. Admission: $3 adults, $2 children ages 3-12. Group and senior rates: 287-7031. Park, through Sun. Tickets $16-$28; tickets for children 12 and under, $12.50. Reservations required 24 hours in advance for gourmet buffet dinners ($15.50) available at evening performances. Ticketdinner information: 421-3888 or TicketMaster, 749-4949. Murder At The Howard Johnson's, Brown County Playhouse, weekends through Oct. 26 at the Playhouse in Nashville, Ind. $8 adults, $4 children 12 and under Sundays; $10 adults; $5 children Fri. and Sat. 812-855-1103. Highlights From Cats featuring the Forest View Gardens singers, 7 tonight; 6 p.m. Thursdays; 6 and 9 p.m. Saturdays; 5 p.m. Sundays thru Nov. 3, Forest View Gardens restaurant, 4508 North Bend Road, Monfort Heights. Dinner reservations: 661-6434. Anything Goes, through Dec. 31 , La Comedia Dinner Theater, Springboro, Ohio. 746-4554 or 721 -0203. msmssm Carew Tower, downtown. 721 -4733. ' "Four American Impressionists," I recent oil paintings by Joe Abresscia, I Stapleton Kearns, Sotiris-Corzo and John I Terelak, Miller Gallery, 271 5 Erie Ave., I Hyde Park Square. Through Oct. 26. 871 - 4420. Judaic papercuts and silkscreens by Michigan artist, Mary Etta Moore, through , Oct. 31 , Hillel Jewish Student Center, 261 5 , Clifton Ave. 221-6728. , Annual fine craft exhibition, through . Oct. 27, Studio San Giuseppe, College of . Mount St. Joseph. 244-431 4. J Phil Foster: Distinguished Alumnus, paintings, acrylic watercolor, through Oct. J 26, Academy Gallery, 1 1 1 1 St. Gregory St. 1 Doll and toy exhibit, through Oct. 20, Promont, 906 Main St., Milford. Hours: I 1 :30-4:30 p.m. Sun., or by appointment for I groups of 1 0 or more. 831 -081 5. I "Innovations: Multi-Dimensional" with l other oils and watercolors, by I artistexpressionist Ellie Fabe, through Nov. 1 3, Christeen Gallery upstairs at Shield's Crossing Restaurant, 220 Riverside Drive, ( Loveland. Dinner reservations, 683-8220. ( Antique Botanical prints, through Oct. ( 1 8, Fabulous Frames Art Gallery, 1 081 7 , Montgomery Road. 489-8862. . "Small Blessings," still lifes by William J Schickel, through Nov. 15, Maritain Gallery, J 127 W. Loveland Ave., Loveland. 683-1 152. ' "Fall Into Spring's Promise," by J Chuck Herndon, through Oct. 31 , Laura Y Paul Gallery, Dixie Terminal Arcade, 49 E. Fourth St., downtown. 651-5885. "Cincinnati Collects: The Corporate I View," through Nov. 2, Contemporary Arts I Center, 1 15 E. Fifth St., downtown. More I than 100 paintings prints, photographs, drawings, collages and sculptures collected by local corporations. Admission is $2, $1 students and seniors; free on Mondays and Sundays. 721-0390. "Mel Chin," environmental sculptor, ( through Oct. 26. Contemporary Arts Center, . 115 E. Fifth St., downtown. 721-0390. . "A Retrospective Exhibition of J Paintings by Jens Jensen," through Sat., J Closson's Kenwood Gallery. 891 -5531 . J Patricia A. Renick, recent sculpture, 1 paintings and works on paper, through Nov. 1 14, Closson's South Gallery, 401 Race St., I downtown. 762-5510. "Trapped In Time: Treasures of the I Tar Pits," through Dec. 8, Museum of I Natural History, Museum Center at Union I Terminal. Admission is $6 adults, $3 children ages 3-12, free to children under 3. 287-7020. "Moses, Zalmanovlch Fradkin," ( (1 904-1 974), Art Academy of Cincinnati, ( Chidlaw Gallery, through Oct. 18 and at ( Skirball Museum, Cincinnati Branch Hebrew . Union College, through Oct. 1 9. 721 -5205. J Larry Shineman, recent works, through ! Oct. 25, Toni Birckhead Gallery, 342 W. J Fourth St., downtown. 241-0212. J Select Art Faculty Show, works by 1 Northern Kentucky University faculty, ' through Oct. 25, Fourth Street Gallery, 314 I W. Fourth St., downtown. Free. 572-5421 . I "Cat-Egories of Costumes," new I works by Maureen Pleak Breen, through I art! Charles Wysocki, limited edition prints including "Whistle Stop Christmas," Court Galleries, 7876 Montgomery Road, Kenwood. 891-3302. Vertu Gallery, 3652 Edwards Road, Hyde Park. New gallery featuring limited edition prints, art glass, fine ceramics and unique art jewelry. 871-2123. Amy Storey and Caroline Jennings, paintings and works on paper, opening recerjtion. 7-9 toniaht Malton Gallery. 2709 Observatory, Hyde Park. Through Nov. 18. 321-8614. The Robert J. Shiftier Collection, through Oct. 27, Richmond Art Museum, 350 Hub Etchison Parkway, Richmond, Ind. 317-966-0256. Art show featuring Sara Steele and local artists, noon-5:30 p.m. Sat. and noon-5 p.m. Sun., Off the Avenue Studios, 1546 Knowlton St., Northside. Steele appears at 5:30 p.m. Sat. 542-0088. Ed Francis and Katherine Kadish, new glass sculpture and recent paintings, through Sun., Marta Hewett Gallery, 1209 Main St., Over-the-Rhine. 421-7883. Ed Aub and Phyllis Heilbrun, sculpture, College of Applied Science Library (formerly Edgecliff College), 2220 Victory Parkway. Through Oct. 31. Kevin Harris, paintings, drawings and printmaking images, through Nov. 8, Boyd Gallery, Wilmington College. 1-382-6661. Robert Fabe, through Nov. 22, WCET-TV Gallery 48, 1223 Central Parkway. 381-4033. Lewis L Clsle, acrylic paintings, opening reception, 2-5 p.m. Sun., Cincinnati Nature Center, 4949 Tealtown Road, Milford, through Nov. 3. 831-1711. "Second Sunday," fine art photography critiques, through Oct., Images Gallery, 328 W. Fourth St., downtown. 241-8124. Quilt exhibit, through Nov. 17, Warren County Historical Museum, 105 S. Broadway. Admission is $2 adults; $1 children. 1-932-1817. Carnegie Arts Center, 1028 Scott Blvd., Covington. "Illusions of Permanence" (Greg Patterson, Glasgow, Scotland), Duveneck Gallery; "Connections" Joseph Peter Dal Pra, North Light Gallery; "The Intuitive Thread," Cynthia LaVelle-Pahl, Corner Gallery; "Spatial Illusion," Jeff Rutledge and "Growing Bridge," Keith Benjamin, Downstairs Gallery. Through Nov. 2. 491-2030. Mlchele Burgess print show, through Nov. 1, Third Floor Gallery, Fine Arts Center, Northern Kentucky University, Highland Heights. 572-5100. Tom Shaw, "Recent Prints," Koster Gallery, Kroger Building, 1014 Vine St., downtown. Through Nov. 29. 762-4013. "Brothers and Sisters," new show by Janiene and Joeliene Schaffer and Gerry and Chris Bedel, through Nov. 1 , Xavier Art Gallery, 3800 Victory Parkway. 745-381 1 . John A. Ruthven, wildlife artist, through Oct. 30., The Town Club of Cincinnati, 448 theater! House of Shadows and Pvt Wars, two one-act plays featuring the Amethyst Ensemble, 8 tonight and Sat. and Oct. 24-26, Gabriel's Corner, Liberty and Sycamore streets. Tickets, $10. Group rates available. 271-8873 or 751-8292. Foxfire, The Drama Workshop, opens at 8 tonight and continues 8 p.m. Sat. and 4 p.m. Sun. and next weekend, Westwood Town Hall, corner of Harrison and Montana avenues. Admission is $6; $4 students on opening night and Sun. 741-8303. Treasure Island will be performed by the National Theatre of the Deaf, 8 p.m. tonight and Sat. at the Murphy Theatre Community Center In Wilmington. Tickets, $10 adults; $8 seniors and students and children. Special production of the Little Theatre of the Deaf for school-age children, 2 p.m. Sat. Tickets are $2. Reservations, 382-3643. X ' Flicks and Schtlcks, original mufeical tribute to Broadway and Hollywood by the Jewish Community Center's Senior Adult Drama Guild, 8:30 p.m. Sat. and 8 p.m. Sun., Jewish Community Center, 1580 Summit Road, Roselawn. Tickets, $4 at the door or in advance from the center. 761-7500. All Hallows Eve, Wyoming Players, 8 tonight and Sat. and next weekend, Fay Centennial Auditorium at Wyoming Middle School. $5 at the door. The Subject Was Roses, Nettle Creek Players, Inc., 8 tonight and Sat. and 6 p.m. Sun., Hagerstown Jr.-Sr. High School Auditorium on Baker Road. $8 adults; $4 students through grade 12. (317) 489-5214. Fiddler on the Roof, Saint Catherine Players, 8 tonight and Sat., undercroft of Saint Catherine Church, Fort Thomas. Tickets $5 advance, $6 at the door. 441-2181. The Elves and the Shoemaker, Village Puppet Theatre in Covington's Mainstrasse Village, through Jan. 26. Shows presented Tue.-Sun.; closed Mondays. $5 adults, $4 seniors and children under 12. 291-5566. Our Town, Cincinnati Plavhoase in the

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