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Friday, April 25, 1986
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THE BAYTOWN SUN At your leisure Jazz festival hosted by LC FOR CHILDREN • Sterling Municipal Library's storytime is held from 10 to 10:45 a.m. each Tuesday for children ages 3 to 5, courtesy of Baytown Junior Forum. "Ride the Wagon Train" will ,be the film for April 29 ,storytime. Stories to be read in,elude "Harry by the Sea," "Benjy's Boat Trip" and "Mr. Gumpy's Motor Car." Channelview Branch Library's storytime for 3-to 6- year-olds is held from 10:30 to 11:15 each Wednesday. The library is located at 531 Crockett. For directions or more information call 452-0181. The first Wednesday of each month a party is held for children celebrating birthdays during that month. Activities include games, songs, fingerplays and stories. Crosby Branch Library holds storytime for 3- to 5-year-olds beginning at 10:30 a.m. each Tuesday. Activities include stories, fingerplays, puppets, songs and films. FOR SINGLES • SOS Singles Outreach Service is a non-denominational support group open to single, divorced, widowed and separated men and women. Support is provided through meetings and social activities.' No dues are charged. Regular meetings are held the second and fourth Monday of each month at Baytown's Community Building, 2407 Market. Social time begins at 7 p.m. with the program starting at 7:30. Guest speakers talk about a variety of subjects of interest to singles. • Planning meetings/covered dish suppers begin at 7 p.m. the first Monday of each month at homes of members. Share and care, an informal time of sharing, is held the third and fifth Mondays at homes of members. All meetings and activities are open to guests. • For more information about SOS, call Paul Golding, president, at 427-6345, Jeanne Sapp. vice president, at 424-3869, or •-Dee Mickelson, secretary, at '420-3950. Members will attend the wed- iding of Joanne Tally and David ; Bergsten April 26 at Memorial Christian Church. 1001 Maxey '• Road, in Houston. Meet at 9 a.m. ;-at the Baytown Community > Building to carpool. For more information call 427-6345. '. Members will meet at at 8:30 •p.m. April 26 at the West Town 'Shopping Center sign (Decker and Baker) to carpool to Country Connection. For more information call Vera at 422-7946. . There will be a regular meeting at 7 p.m. Aprii 28 at the Community Building. Social time begins at 7 p.m. and the program, a rap session, will bjegin at7:30 p.m. ; FOR SENIORS . ;;• Lee College sponsors a program of activities for seniors. Meetings are held from 10 to 11 a'.m. each Tuesday at the Lee College Annex, 711 W. Texas Avenue. :<Dn April 29 Betty Ruyle with Mended Hearts. Inc. will detail this non-profit organization for heart surgery patients and heart altack victims and the support given by the organization.. -'Baytown Multi-Purpose Senior Center, 1715 Market, offers programs, recreation and a noon meal Monday through Friday. On April 28 there will be table games, a craft class and a hot dog party. On April 29 there will be table games, Bible study and exercises. On April 30 there will be table games, a bookmobile visit, and Spanish class. On May 1 there will be table games. On May 2 there will be table games, blood pressure checks and a shopping trip. BA YTOWN FESTIVAL • Booth registration for the annual Baytown Bluegrass and Fajita Festival will continue through April 28 at the Community Building, 2407 Market. The festival is scheduled for noon to dusk May 3 at Baytown's Bicentennial Park. The festival is co-sponsored by the Baytown Parks and Recreation Department and the Evening Optimist Club of Baytown. Fee for selling handmade arts and crafts is $20; fee for selling food is $30. A 12 by 12 foot booth will be provided. Each booth operator is responsible for furnishing his own chairs, tables, shade and electricity. In the event of rain, the festival will be held in the Community Building. THEATER • Performances of the comedy "Greater Tuna" continue at »p.m. April 25 and 26 at Baytown Little Theater, 1500 Bayway Drive. Two actors portray 20 characters in the hilarious two- act play. Tickets are $5 for adults and S3 for students. For reservations call 424-7617 between the hours of 2 to 5 p.m. Pasadena Little Theater will present the comedy "A Bad Year for Tomatoes" at 8:30 p.m. April 25 through May 10 with a matinee slated for 3p.m. May 4. Admission is $6 and reservations are recommended. For more information or reservations call 649-2558. CONCERT IN PARK • Baytown Symphony Orchestra and Baytown Community Chorus will present a free concert beginning at 2:30 p.m. May 4 at Bicentennial Park. In case of rain it will be held in the Lee College auditorium. Members of the Texas Army will participate in cannon firing and musket/muzzle loading demonstrations. Three nearby churches will ring chimes in accompaniment to special arrangements for the concert. Members of the audience are encouraged to bring blankets or lawn chairs and picnic lunches. This will be the final concert of the "Lieto" or joyous season. OUT OF TOWN • Clear Lake— The University of Houston-Clear Lake will present Eve Merriman's "The Club" at 8 p.m. April 25. 26 and 27. Recently seen on Broadway, the play is set in the early 1900s and is filled with music, wit, humor and tap dancing. Tickets are $5 for adults. $4 for students, senior citizens, and faculty/staff of UHCL, with a special group rate of $3 each for groups of 10 or more. For reservations call 488-9334. Entertainment guidelines Items for the "At Your Leisure" entertainment calendar should be submitted by noon Monday for Friday publication. For special arrangements or photo information, contact the Dimension staff at 422-8302, Ext. 216 or 230. PLANTATION! An Authentic Caiun Rettaunni •nd Owtcr Bar An Authentic Cajun Rettaunni and Oyrter 612(1 Baywuy Or. • Open 7 Days • 424-4845 SPECIAL OFFER W f A Buy 1 dinner ond get your 2nd dinner V* price CtXffON GOOO FOft AU MUMttS OF TOM PMTYt Lee College will host the Gulf Coast Intercollegiate Jazz Festival April 26. Five junior college jazz ensembles will perform in Rundell Auditorium from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend. The jazz ensembles will be adjudicated by Joel Fulgham, percussionist; Dennis Dotson, trumpeter; and Larry Slezak, saxophonist. All three clinicians are professional Houston-based artists. The performance schedule will begin at 10 a.m with a performance by the host band, directed by David Corder, jazz coordinator at Lee College. Other participants and their performance times are Brazosport College, directed by Richard Birk, 10:30 a.m.; College of the Mainland, directed by Sparky Koerner, 11 a.m.; Alvin Community College, directed by Jerry Perkins, 1:30 p.m.; and San Jacinto College-Central, directed by Shelly Berg, 2 p.m. Following lunch at a local restaurant, the guest adjudicators will give presentations at 12:45 p.m. Each school will receive a performance award. Competition will be between 125 individual players for outstanding trumpet, saxophone, trombone, piano, drum, bass, guitar and vocal performance. Trophies will be presented to these winners. UTTER-ALLY" AWARE BAYTOWN JUNIOR Forum's Les Litter skit is being performed at Baytown schools. At a performance at San Jacinto Elementary School, the cast is joined by first-graders Erika Pequeno, left, and Pedro Gonzalez. Cast members include, front row from left, Thelma Priewe and Pamm Weaver, and back row from left, Deborah Mahrt, Les Litter and Kathy Hooper. (Sun staff photo by Carrie Pryor) Exxon's Janice Kuhn to present 'Heart at Work' HOUSTON — A free, one-hour workshop detailing the American Heart Association's worksite wellness program, "Heart at Work," will be held from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. April 29 at the Heart Association office, 1415 La Concha Lane. The workshop may prove valuable to companies considering an employee wellness program as a benefit to their workers and a method of reducing costs related to employee health. "Heart at Work" has proved successful at many companies and organizations. Janice Kuhn, R.N., occupational health nurse at Exxon Chemical, will explain the program. For reservations and information, call 797-1812. 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' This powerful and moving play recently closed in New York after enjoying a sold-out run in the Westside Arts Theater. It recently opened in London to rave reviews and is slated to be produced as a feature film directed by Alan Pakula. The Alley is one of the first regional theaters outside of New York to receive the rights to produce "Orphans," The play follows the relationship between two brothers in Philadelphia who art.- alone without parents. The older brother. Treat, is a petty thief, who has looked after his younger brother, Phillip, since childhood. While Treat spends his days holding up his victims downtown, Phillip is alone. His worldly experience is limited to what he sees on television. "Orphans" begins with the arrival of a mysterious older character, Harold, a well-spoken, natty Chicago mobster. Like his hosts", this man is also an orphan. A chain-reaction of role reversals is set off. The power struggles that ensue lead all three men to find the familial connections that have always been denied them. Portraying Treat in this production is Greg Williams, who recently enacted the role o( Henry Thomas in the Alley's Arena Stage production of "The Traveling Lady." The younger brother Phillip is portrayed by- Leigh Selling, who joins the Resident Equity Co. with "Orphans." Portraying Harold is Charles Krohn, who has been seen this season in the Large Stage productions of "Execution of Justice," "Kiss Me Kate" and "Pack of Lies." Performances are scheduled at 8 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, 4 and 9 p.m. Saturdays ;it 2:30 and 7:30 p.m. Sundays. Group rates are available by calling group sales manager June Jackson at 228-«42l. Tickets may be reserved by calling 228-8421. "Orphans" is also included in the "No Frills" season'subscription package. For information call the Subscriber Hotline at228-5()7». 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