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Friday, June 19, 1992
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PARTICIPATORY DANCE: Horthview Center, 2600 N. Robber-ton Ave., 862-9996: Ballroom dancing, to Big Band music, 7-10 p.m. today. Admission. Bring finger food. Sagles Lodge 3934, 603 W. Plain-view Road: Dancing 8:30 p.m.-12:30 a m. Fridays-Saturdays, music by John Morrison and the Ozark Coun-:ry Outlaws. No cover; Jam Session with Ozark Country Outlaws, 3-7 p.m. Sundays. No cover. pringfleld Jamboree Music and ance Theatre, 8 p.m. Fridays and .aturdays, 4 miles north of Spring-teld on GlenstoneGreene County H, right on Farm Road 74, V mile. Music by Colonel and the Pickers. OX OFFICE Outstate Missouri and metro-Mlitan city box office listings: JOPLiW loplin Little Theatre, 1st and Ad- ims streets, 623-3638: "Sugar," July :9-Aug. 2. Kansas city American Heartland Theatre, 816) 842-9999: "Who's Life is it Anyway?" through June 28; "Some-ihing's Afoot!" opens July 14-Aug. 30 Reason tickets $68, $80, $92, individual $13.50-519.50). Coterie Family Theatre, (816) 474-5552: "The Adventures of Peter Pan and Wendy: Neverland!" through July 12 ($5). itarllght Theatre, (816)363-7827, 1-100-776-1730: "The Music Man," today-June 28; "Peter Pan," July 3-12; Show Boat," July 20-26; "Hello, Dol-y!" Aug. 3-9, ($27-$6). ncketmaster, (417) 831-2727: Star-Jght Theatre The Allman Brothers and Blues Traveler, June 30 120); Harry Connick Jr., July 14 ($20); Natalie Cole, July 18 ($29, $25, 518); Crosby, Stills and Nash, July 19 ,$23, $20); James Taylor, July 29 ($22). Sandstone Amphitheatre Paula Abdul and Color Me Badd, Saturday ($25, $21); Metallica, Sunday ($25, $21); John Mellencamp, June 23 ($24, $19); Ozzy Osbourne, June 26 ($25, $20); Hank Williams Jr., June 27 ($27, $23, $18); Ringo Starr ind the All Star Band, June 28 ($27, 323, $18). Tiffany's Attic, 5028 Main St., (816) 561-7529: "Smoke On The Mountain," through July 26 ($18.95-$24). Unicorn Theatre, 3820 Main St., (816) 531-7529. "Falsettoland" through June 27 ($14, $16). Worlds of Fun, (816) 454-4545: HELD OVER - SECOND WEEK Every Nignt Thru Wed Mel Gibson LETHAL WEAPON III R aiso snowing Memoirs Of An invisible Man Box Office Opens Frl, Sat, Sun 7:30 Mon-Thurs 8:15 Showtime 9:00 $2.00 Per Person Sunset Drlve-ln E. bus 60 Aurora 10 Weekend June 19-21, 1992 ANCE Cover. Studio E Dance Center, Campbell City, 886-6220 or 8874978. Today: Coordinators, 7:30-10 p.m.; Sunday: Fool-A-Rounds, 7-9 p.m. Branson: Country Western Dance Lessons, hourly 1-5 p.m. Thursdays-Saturdays, Tommy's Restaurant and Lounge, U.S. 65. Call 889-9246. Evert on square and round dance, 8 p.m.-midnight Saturday. Community Center, Everton. Music by Speedy Haworth and Tall Timber. Nlxa: Saturday Night Dance, 7:30-10 p.m. Saturday, Senior Center, 404 S. Main St Music by the Twilighters. Bring finger food. Call 725-2322. Fee. Marty Stuart and Asleep at the Wheel, June 29-July 2; Lorie Morgan, July 3-5; Tanya Tucker, July 12; Kathy Mattea, July 26. Tickets $2 with admission to park. St. louis DiaJtix, (314) 291-7600: Riverport Amphitheatre Paula Abdul and Color Me Badd, today ($25, $21); Metallica, Saturday ($23, $19); John Mel-lancamp, June 24 ($24, $19); Ringo Starr and his All Starr Band, June 26 ($23, $18); Hank Williams Jr., Patty Loveless and Doug Stone, June 28 ($25, $22, $15); Reggae Sunsplash '92, July 3 ($20, $10). The Muny, (314) 361-1900: "South Pacific" June 22-28; "Pump Boys and ' Dinettes" July 6-12; "Show Boat" July 13-19; "The Wizard of Oz" July " 20-26 (Season tickets $226.50-$23.50; individual $32-$5). MetroTix, (314) 534-1111: Fox Theatre Indigo Girls and Matthew Sweet, today ($19.50); Allman Brothers Band and Blues Traveler, July 1 ($22.50, $20.50); The O'Jays and The Whispers, July 9 ($27.50, $25.50). Tickets from agencies may have an additional service charge. FOR SPRINGFIELD AREA BOX OFFICE INFORMATION PLEASE SEE PACE 2 c All Seats $3.25 (To Capacity) RHS Only D BAKUAtW MATINEE $3 50 LETHAL WEAPON 3 R 11:55-2:1MRHS 4.45)-7:15-9;45 PATRIOT GAMES ft 12:10-2:40-(RHS 5:00)-7:30-10:00 HOUSE SITTER PC 12:20-2:20-(RHS 4:30)-7:00-9:15 BEETHOVEN PC 1:00-3:00-(RHS 5:00) THE PLAYER R 6:45-9:30 ENCIN0 MAN PC 1:15-3:15-(RHS 5:15)-7;15-9:15 ALIEN 3 R 12:5O-3:05-(RHS 5:20)-7:40-9:55 k TeTTj font It Cmnm tv Inn Sitter j Festival of Foods, presented by Consumers Markets, noon-8 p.m. today, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday, University Plaza Trade Center, 625 St. Louis St. Information and tips on food preparation and nutrition. Entertainment by the SMS band, dance troupes, magicians, clowns and music by local bands. Mickey Gilley will sign autographs from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday and the Kids Cook Off finals announced on Saturday. Tickets at Consumers Markets or at the"door benefit trie American Cancer Society. Family Violence Center Benefit Garage Sale, 8 a.m. -2 p.m. Satur-. day, in the Sam's Club parking lot, 3660 E. Sunshine St. Dickerson Park loo, 3043 N. Fort Ave., 833-1570: Cargo to Extinction, World Wildlife Fund's traveling exhibit of threatened and endangered animal products; Sea Monsters Dinosaurs of the Deep, seven monstrous animated pre-historic sea creatures, hands-on activities, gift shop. Downtown Small Growers Marketplace, 8:30 a.m. Wednesdays and Fridays, Park Central Square. Fresh produce, plants and vegetables. Call 866-0134. The History Museum, 603 E. Calhoun St., 869-1976. Hours: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesdays-Saturdays; 1-5 p.m. Sunday. Admission. "A Centennial Celebration" through July 5. Living SEAS8 INN. DRESS-CASUAL-CANVAS-SANDALS-SPORTS III I UJ IJJ . I iWM'U IWWigWm I JJ.IU IILipi .u O PLAZA Special events history tours with costumed guides, children's story-telling at 11 a.m. Saturdays, crafts, old fashioned concerts on Sundays, historical programs.; "Tracing the Bentley Legacy," through Aug. 21,- a collection of photographs, artifacts and documents from the Bentley family. Branson: Silver Dollar City Country Home Decorating Show and Sale, through Aug. 23. Experts from several decorating magazines team up with the SDC designers to create a houseful of room ideas plus demonstrate how to create your own; Woodland Workshop, through Aug. 23. A walk-through story with a hands-on crafts club for families. Carthage: Heritage Festival Pow Wow, begins 8 p.m. today in Municipal Park with Inter-Tribal Dancing and Stomp Dancing, continues Saturday and Sunday. Includes Indian and frontiersman crafts, mountain men "rendezvous" camp and more. Chilrfest '92, an arts and crafts show opens 8 a.m. Saturday; 10 a.m. Sunday, Memorial Hall; cook-off of chili and barbecue begins at noon Saturday, Municipal Park. Call 358-2232. Lebanon: Hillbilly Days, noon to-day-3 p.m. Sunday, Bennett Spring State Park. Arts and crafts, square dancing, live country and bluegrass music, contests and more. . .:.-A...-,. JnliMiii SHOES AID O SOUTHOAKS O KORTHTOWN Rolla: University of Missouri, (314) 341-4328, Summer solstice observation, sunrise: 5:44 a.m., sunsefr 8:32 p.m. The official time for the equinox is 10:14 p.m. Rockaway Beach: Craft Fair, 9 a.m.-7 p.m. today-Sunday, Rockaway oeacn rare. oau wi-4sju. Salem: Summer Fest '92, arts and crafts fair, quilt auction, live enter- tainment and food booths, 9 a.m.-9 -; p.m. baturday on the courthouse lawn. Call (314) 729-4063. St Louis: Genealoglal Society 23rd Annual Fair, Saturday, Holiday Inn-Southwest and Viking Conference Center, Watson Road and Lindbergh Boulevard. Exhibitors, lectures, surname exchange, trading post, photo duplication, genealogical material and prizes. Call (314) 532-2937. Arkansas: Mountain Home: 23rd Annual Area Art Club Show, 6:30-9 p.m. today, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, and noon-4 p.m. Sunday, Mountain Home High School cafeteria. Call (501) 425-9029. Newton County: Berry Festival, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. today-Sunday, includes a 10-mile bike race, kids contests, arts and crafts, exhibits, 1840s rendezvous, Indian encampment, food booths, daily farm tours at organic farms and more. Call (501) 446-2455. ATHLETICS O KILCREST The News-Leader

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