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May 2009 Entertainment

By Anynmous

 

 

5/22/2009 Jazz @ The Center-An exciting evening of “live” music, art by the area’s finest artist, a cash bar and an atmosphere that’s second to none. Ages 21 and older only. Historic Downtown Abilene The Center for Contemporary Arts, 220 Cypress 7 p.m. to Midnight $10/person 325-677-8389, The Center.5/23/2009 Abilene Ruff Riders vs. El Paso Generals- Indoor Football League Taylor County Expo Center, Coliseum 7 p.m. $5 to $20 325-370-6997, Front Office.5/28/2009 “Paper Boys!”- Gallery talk and book signing by Robert Sabuda & Matthew Reinhart. The National Center for Children’s Illustrated Literature, 102 Cedar 6:30 p.m. Free 325-673-4586, NCCIL.5/29/2009 “Pop Culture”- An evening with Robert Sabuda & Matthew Reinhart. The National Center for Children’s Illustrated Literature, 102 Cedar 6:30 p.m. $40/person 325-673-4586, NCCIL. 5/30/2009 “Magical World of Pop-Ups”- Children’s event with a presentation, art activity and book signing with Robert Sabuda & Matthew Reinhart. The National Center for Children’s Illustraated Literature, 102 Cedar 10 a.m. Free 325-673-4586, NCCIL.5/30/2009 Abilene Ruff Riders vs. Corpus Christi Hammerheads- Indoor Football League, Taylor County Expo Center, Coliseum 7 p.m. $5 to $20 325-370-6997, Front Office. 5/30/2009 West Texas Custom Car Show- Abilene Civic Center Noon to 7 p.m. $15/person in advance $20/person at the door $5/Children 12 and younger Tickets: www.startickets.com 832-881-1385, Terrance Wilburn 325-676-6211, Civic Center. 5/31/2009 – 6/4/2009 McMurry Tennis Camp- Learn the skills and mental aspects that it takes to win at the game of tennis, in a Christian setting. McMurry University Call for camp time and pricing 325-793-4657, Coach Mark Hathom.

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