The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 13, 2001 · Page 32
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P4 FRIDAY. ARPIL 13, 2001 } SI 1 B I I THE 3AUNA JOURNAIg Poetry Louisiana poet next up in poetry series The Spring Poetry Series will have its third reading of the season Tuesday with Louisiana poet Dave Smith, Smith, said to be one of America's foremost contemporary poets, twice has been a runner-up for the Pulitzer Prize in poetry He is an English professor at Louisiana State University and coeditor of The Southern Review. His latest collection, "The Wick of Memory: New and Selected Poems, 1970-2000," recently was published by Louisiana State University Press. The reading begins at 7:30 p.m. at Caper's Cafe and Bakery, 109 N. Santa Fe. Admission is $2.50. For more information, call 825-4624. Shalcespeare fete planned at library students in third grade and above can get a taste of England in a special performance April 23 at the Salina Public Library Carson Soelberg will do a program at 7 p.m. on the birthday of William Shakespeare. Registration begins Monday and can be done by calling 8254624 or by visiting the library BRIEFLY Efforts by American Indian tribes to close the site began in the early 1970s, but it wasn't until the late 19808 that the Kansas Legislature provided money to buy the site. In early 1900, the site was purchased, rededicated as a burial site by several tribes and reburied, For more information, call 309-5776. SMITH Museum Art Library Library to have open house for babies The Salina Public Library children's department will have a "Babies are Born to Read" open house from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 21. The event includes programs at 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m., prize drawings and activities. Parents also can sign up their babies up to 18 months of age for library cards. The library will give babies special gifts when they do sign up. Indian Burial Pit topic of program The former Salina Indian Burial Pit will be the topic of a program Wednesday at the Smoky Hill Museum. Archaeologist Donna Roper, an adjunct associate professor at Kansas State University, wUl present the free program "Salina Area Archaeology in the '30s: The Indian Burial Pit & Other Adventures of the Whiteford Family" at 7 p.m. in the museum Community Room. The burial pit attracted instant attention when it was discovered in 1936. Guy and Mabel Whiteford and their son Jaydee were excavating an Indian lodge near the Smoky Hill River northeast of Salina when they discovered the remains of more than 145 individuals in a large burial site. The remains were excavated, shellacked and put on display as a moneymaking tourist attraction. High school art show open at mall Outstanding works of art by high school students from Salina and north-central Kansas are on display through April 22 at Central Mall in the eighth annual Gerry Neustrom Young Artist Challenge. A program of the Salina Art Center with the Neustrom family, the exhibit fills the former Lane Bryant space at the north end of the mall. The free exhibit is open from 1 to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday Out of 384 entries, 86 works were chosen for the show by juror Carolyn Berry art teacher at Free State High School, Lawrence. The works represent 63 students from 16 high schools. A public reception is set for 2 to 4 p.m. April 22 for the artists, their families and teachers. Berry will present cash awards at 3 p.m, Volunteers sought for Red Barn Studio LINDSBORG — Volunteers who want to help with open houses, tour groups and other special programs at the Red Barn Studio may participate in the Raymer Society docent program. Docents will learn about art history, techniques and materials used by artists, Lester Raymer's art work and studio and skills for facilitating learning. The first docent training session will be 7 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the studio, 212 S. Main. Subsequent, one-hour sessions will be offered at 7 p.m. Thursdays for four weeks. To participate,call Sally Johnson at the Raymer Society, (785) 227-2217, or e-mail her at raymer@redbarnstudio.org. Miscellaneous Area radio stations to air Messiah Festival LINDSBORG — Several area radio stations will broadcast one or both performances of The Messiah Festival performed by the Bethany Oratorio Society The Messiah Festival Radio Network, with radio station WIBW of Topeka as the flagship station, will produce live coverage for area stations, The society will perform Bach's "St, Matthew Passion" tonight and "Messiah" on Sun' day, Participating stations are KABI1560-AM, Abilene; KLOE 730-AM. Goodland; KVGB 1590- AM and KVGB 104,3 PM, Great Bend; KNGL1540 AM and KBBE 96,7 FM, McPherson, with audio simulcasts on Lindsborg Cable TV channel 4; KRSL 990-AM and KCAY 95,9- FM, Russell; and KSAL 1150- AM, Salina, Public radio station Radio Kansas, Hutchinson, also will broadcast "Messiah" and "St, Matthew Passion." Storytelling festival set for April 27-28 DOWNS — Storytellers and fans of the oral art form once again will take over this town • foi- two days later this month, Authors, storytellers and musicians will perform at the eighth annual Kansas State Storytelling Festival on April 27 and 28. The festival begins at 1;30 p.m. April 27 with a grand opening performance featuring Oklahoma City storyteller Lynn Moroney Other featured performers are Rosie Cutrer, Topeka; Priscilla Howe, Lawrence; J.P. Stover, Hill City; Omofolabo Ajayi, Lawrence; and Dick Wellman, Alden, Other events April 27 include junior storytellers, gospel songs and stories, a storytelling workshop for teachers, historic cemetery walk and tall tale contest, Storytellers will perform throughout the day April 28, Moroney and guests will per^ form a "Concert of Stories" at 7 p.m. at Memorial Hall. 1 • Admission is by festival buF ton that costs $10 for adults and $5 for students for the weekend. Chlldran under JO are ft-ee, Discount single'day buttons also are available. Ad' mission to the concert is by button or $5 ticket. For more information, call l- 800-877-1980, City to take bus trip to see Bill Cosby The Salina Parks and Recre^ ation Department will sponsor . a bus trip May 4 to Wichita to! see comedian Bill Cosby Cosby will perform at 6 p,mi. at Century II Concert Hall, The. cost of the trip is $54 pert person, which includes re- 1' served lower level seating. The bus will leave at 4 p.m. from the southwest parking lot of the Bicentennial Center. To register, call 309-5765 or stop by the parks office in the City-County Building. 'Everyman' to be staged at Bethany LINDSBORG — The play "Everyman" will be performed at 3 and 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the Burnett Center at Bethany College, The play is directed by Nate Loudon, a Bethany senior from Lakeland, Fla, There is no admission chairge for the performances. The author of "Everyman," a medieval morality play, is unknown, The lesson to be learned from the play is that death is inevitable and, like "Everyman," we all will face God someday From Staff Reports MMhf Nf^ M <Mt, ^^^^^^ & FuNAqAiN C AME PI T Authentic Italian Cuisine 5iOO P.M.' 8i30 P.M. W EDNESDAY . S ATURDAY 11:00 A,M.-2;00P.M. S UNDAY R ESERVATIONS R ECOMMENDED CALL 785-822-6750 Loctited In downtown Ausrla, K8 \m fl ml, South of 8«lln« YEN CHING Chinese Restsaurant DELIVERY 823-1685 Open 7 days a week Dine In & Carryout 540 S. 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