Vfr . f - THE SALINA JOURNAL encore! FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1996 D3 Symphony concert includes 'Aladdin' The Salina Symphony will present its Family Concert at 3 p.m. Sunday in Sams Chapel at Kansas Wesleyan University. The concert is designed to introduce children to music, and the selections will include Disney tunes. Pieces to be performed are "Selections from Aladdin," by Alan Menken; "The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra," by Benjamin Britten; "A Children's Overture," by Richard Cohn; "Surprise Symphony" and "Serenade (for Strings), both by Haydn; and "Hoe Down," by Aaron Copeland. The concert will be preceded by a "pre-concert chat," where the musical selections will be discussed. Leading the discussion will be David Lowe, who is retired from teaching music at Bethany College, and Eric Stein, the symphony's music director. The chat will begin at 2:30 p.m. in the student union, which is downstairs in Pioneer Hall at Kansas Wesleyan. Tickets are $7.50 for adults and free for students through high school. For ticket information, call the symphony office at 823-8309. Folk singer to play at benefit concert Folk singer Ann Zimmerman will present a benefit concert at 7 p.m. today at the Salina Senior Center, 245 N. Ninth. Funds raised will benefit older Kansans and their families through the North Central-Flint Hills Area Agency on Aging. Zimmerman grew up in Salina singing folk songs to the strums of her mother's autoharp. She has performed in coffeehouses, concerts and on radio and television shows across the state and country: Her music is a mix of traditional folk songs, popular songs from the 1 1930s and 1940s and contemporary folk music. She has an album called "Love and Weather." The concert will include an opening set of songs from Tom Mulhern, a Salina area folk singer. Suggested donations for tickets are $5 in advance or $6 at the door. Advance tickets are available at the senior center. St. Louis Brass Quintet to perform NORTON — The St. Louis Brass Quintet will perform at 7:30 p.n). Tuesday at the East Campus Auditorium. The concert is sponsored by the Norton County Arts Council. Admission is free for council members. Members of the Phillips, Harlan and Smith county councils can attend for $1. General admission is $3. Members of the group are Allen Dean, Ray Saski, Larry Strieby, Melvyn Jernigan and Daniel Perantoni. Bethany's Ling Series to include six concerts L1NDSBORG — Six concerts will be included in the Ling Concert Series at Bethany College's Presser Auditorium. The opening concert will be at 3 p.m. Oct. 27, featuring Karl Davies, violin; David Arnott, viola; Margaret Daly, cello; and Robert Moeling, piano. The remaining concerts will be at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 8, 3 p.m. Nov. 24, 7:30~p.m. Feb. 23, 7:30 p.m. March 24; and 6 p.m. April 20. The concert series is named in honor of Ling Auditorium, a Bethany facility built in 1895 and destroyed by fire in 1946. Season tickets are $25 at the Bethany College Special Events Office. The series is sponsored by Bethany College, the Bethany College Music Department arid the Lindsborg Arts Council. Theater Workshop in audio description planned The Salina Community Theatre will be the site of an audio de- y, Art a la Carte The Southeast of Saline Madrigal Singers are under the direction of Bill Tuzlcka. Southeast of Saline Madrigal Singers to perform The Southeast of Saline Madrigal Singers will be the featured performers for today's Art a la Carte show. The performance is at 12:20 p.m. today in Campbell Plaza, which is in the 100 block of S. Santa Fe. In bad weather, the performance will be in the lobby of Memorial Hall. The group includes 26 vocalists and instrumentalists under the direction of Bill Tuzicka, vocal music director at Southeast of Saline. The group was established 24 years ago, and it performs at community functions throughout the school year. Today's concert will feature a program of selections performed at the Renassance Festival in Bonner Springs as well as selections for the 1960s to the present. The tunes' will include "Lullabye" by Billy Joel, "Corner of the Sky" from the Broadway musical "Pippin" and a medley of hits from the golden age of rock 'n' roll. Art a la Carte is presented by the Salina Arts and Humanities. Fall Festival, "Rekindle the Olympic Spirit." The Oct. 19 event begins with tricycle races at 9 a.m. and ends with an evening dance featuring the Bill Burrows Band. Olympic decathlete Steve Fritz Will be available throughout the day to sign autographs. He will have a table from 10 a.m. to noon at the fire station. Other events throughout the day include a wellness clinic from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., the parade at 3 p.m., a barbecue from 5 to 6:30 p.m. and a costume contest at 6:30 p.m. scription workshop Nov. 7-9. Participants will gain hands-on experience in providing audio description services. Audio description allows people with visual impairment to hear a description of what can be seen at theater performances. The workshop will be led by Tom Klocke, arts in education program coordinator for the Kansas Arts Commission. There is no fee to attend the course. Enrollment is limited to eight people, and auditions will be held Monday through next Saturday to determine the participants. The workshop is sponsored by the Association of Community Arts Agencies of Kansas and the Kansas Arts Commission. For information, call the theater at 827-6126. Reduced-price tickets on sale at theater It's not too late to purchase reduced-price season tickets for Salina Community Theatre's 1996-96 season. Tickets are on sale through Nov. 10 for $33 for the five remaining plays or $24 for the select season, which covers the remaining three plays geared to families. The family productions are "The Nutcracker," "Oliver!" and "The Imaginary Invalid." The other two plays are "The Boys Next Door" and "The Cocktail Hour." For information, call 827-6126. Parts still available in 'A Christmas Carol' ABILENE — Auditions are available for remaining parts in the Great Plains Theatre Festival's presentation of "A Christmas Carol." To scheduled an audition between 10 a.m. and noon Saturday, call the theater office at 913-2632903. Especially needed is an actor to play Tiny Tim, a young boy, and athletic young girls with gymnastic skills to play Christmas fairies and clowns. " Actors will need to sing a short Christmas song, perform a poem ore monologue with a British accent or show any special skills such as magic, juggling, acrobatics or playing a musical instrument. Audition slots are three minutes. Rehearsals begin Nov. 26 and run from 6 to 9 p.m. weekdays and Saturday and Sunday after- nopns. Performances will be from Dec. 13-22. Arts & crafts Art and craft show set at Sacred Heart Sacred Heart Grade School will have its sixth annual Benefits Arts & Crafts Show from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 19 at the school, Ninth and Iron. A bake sale and chicken and noodle dinner also are planned. Booth space still are available for crafters for $20. The deadline to sign up for a space is Tuesday. For more information, call Kathy Dinkel at 825-6508 or Sacred Heart Grade School at 8254798. Original Art Review planned in Russell RUSSELL — Russell's Original Art Review will be this weekend at the 4-H Building on the fairgrounds east of Russell. Kansas artists were selected for the show and can have up to two works in the Sale Gallery. The show hours will be 4 to 10 p.m. today; 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. Admission is free. Approximately $2,000 in prizes will be awarded. For information, call Melinda Cross at (913) 483-353 or Lewis Clancy at (316) 722-2916. 'Arts Referral Guide' has been updated An updated version of the Salina Arts and Humanities Commission's "The Arts Referral Guide" is available. The guide lists the names of artists, performers or performing groups who display their works, provide commissioned services, teach classes or workshops or are available to perform for special events. Information is included about the artist or group, performance availability, services, fees and a contact name, Listings also are included for cultural organizations, area museums and galleries. To obtain a free copy of the guide, call or stop by the commission office, 211 W. Iron, 913-8267410. Salina Journal A Super Source Of Information GARISH ABTZENDBUBER v : For State Representative District 09 , Chair - Loretta Bailee, Ireas. In Stock Custom Frames Save 2 5% na Art Center, 238-242 S. Santa Fe. Robert T. Soppelsa, director of the Mulvane Art Museum and professor of art history at Washburn University, Topeka, will present video and slides of his work on the Ivory Coast. The lecture is in conjunction with the center's exhibit, "Of Matter and Spirit: African Arts from Kansas Museums." The fee for the lecture is $10. For more information, call the center at 827-1431. Zoology professor to talk about duck decoys LINDSBORG — Duck decoys are considered a unique American artform, according to naturalist and woodcarver Gene Fleharty of Hays. Fleharty will talk about the origins of decoy use at the Courtyard Gallery in downtown Lindsborg at 7 p.m. Oct. 18. Fleharty will use antique decoys and slides in his presentation. He is a professor of zoology at Fort Hays State University and author of the book, "Wild Animals and Settlers on the Great Plains." His talk will be titled,"The Decoy: An American Art Form." Archaeologists have found decoys used by Native Americans in Nevada more than 1,000 years ago. Pioneers later adapted the practice. Fleharty has won national attention for his decoy carvings. He will have 10 new carvings available for collectors at the gallery starting on Oct. 18. He will be demonstrating his carving at the gallery on Oct. 19, between noon and 4 p.m. Lectures j- Adv. Paid For By 825-9126 10-11/10-12-96 ONLY AT 2350 Planet Ave. Mon-Sat 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sun. Noon to 4 p.m. Mollen/MaxIm Immunization Clinics Festival Mask ceremonies to be lecture topic Videotape, slides and first-hand accounts of the mask ceremonies of the Senufo and Baule people of Africa will be presented from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at the Sail- FLU SHOTS $10 PNEUMONIA SHOTS $20 No Co-Payment • Medicare B Coming this Sunday: Back to religion What does millions of Americans' renewed faith in God say about modern America? Commentator Bill Moyers, examines the questions...and answers ... this week in USA WEEKEND. Journal Quilt historian and appraiser Teri Thompson, Lawrence, will lecture informally all day Saturday on the history of quilting. She also will perform quilt appraisals for $15 for verbal appraisals and $25 for written appraisals. The Clay County Historical Society will receive $3 from verbal appraisals and $5 from written appraisals. Demonstrators include Willa Del Cole, chair caning; Jul Mall, wool rug braiding; and Onette Shannon, rag rug braiding. Hours for the show are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday. Admission is $2 a person. Books Poetry Cowboy poet set to perform at museum Don Wagner, a writer, poet and musician, will perform at the Smoky Hill Museum, 211 W. Iron, from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday. Wagner's original Kansas poetry includes humorous cowboy tales, taking listeners to another time and place WAGNER on the prairie. The program marks the grand opening of a temporary exhibit at the museum on cowboy boots and cattle drives. The exhibit includes a cowboy trunk with artifacts that children can handle. The exhibit will be on display through Nov. 6. Admission is free. For more information, call 8267460. Kansas author to sign books on sexuality Author Cynthia Akagi will be in Salina on Saturday to promote family sexuality education and sign copies of the two books in her sexuality series. Akagi will be at Waldenbooks from 1 to 3 p.m. in the Central Mall. Her latest book, "Dear Michael: Sexuality Education for Boys Ages 11-17" completes her series begun in 1994 with "Dear Larissa, Sexuality Education for Girls Ages 11-17." The books are written as a series of letters from parent to teen to open communication about tough dating issues. The books cover topics such as puberty and body care; dating, sex and love; sexually transmitted diseases; birth control; and sexual abuse. Akagi, who lives in Grantville, is a certified family life educator and a former assistant director of a teen pregnancy prevention program. Movies Quilts Quilt show planned at Clay County Museum CLAY CENTER — Quilts and coverlets for beds, chairs and floors will be on display Oct. 19-20 at the Clay County Museum, Clay Center. The centerpiece of this year's show will be an album-crazy quilt top pieced together in 1886 by Catherine Black Tennyson. Besides the three floors of quilt exhibits, lectures and demonstrations also will be offered during the weekend. 'The Postman' to be shown in film series "The Postman" ('II Postino') is the next film in the Salina Art Center-Dickinson Theatres International Film Series. It will be shown at 10 a.m. Saturday and 8 p.m. Sunday at Sunset Cinemas, 121 W. Crawford. Massimo Troisi was nominated posthumously for an Oscar for his title role in the Italian film about a letter carrier in a small Naples island village. Admission is by season ticket only. 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