September 14, 2017
300 N. Allen Drive
September 29, 2017
300 N. Allen Drive
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March 23, 2017, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Blue House Too
Color and creativity best describe Marie Renfro's paintings in oil or acrylic. A very versatile artist, Marie enjoys using various media to express her emotional response to a subject. Her work has received numerous outstanding awards and is included in major collections. She holds a Master of Fine Arts Degree from Texas Woman's University in Denton and has studied in several European countries.
Exhibited artwork can be purchased at the gallery, along with books by Amanda Dunbar and Jaqcueline Woodson.
March 23, 2017, 7:30 PM @ Allen's Community Theatre
Trendy Manhattan art gallery owners Barbara and David Kahn have their domestic tranquility shattered by the arrival of Barbara’s goody goody nerd of a sister, her uptight CPA husband, and her archetypal Jewish Mother. They are headed to Buffalo to rescue their sexually precocious college student daughter from a ménage à trois with two men. The comic sparks really begin to fly when the mother hits it off with the suave, elderly artist who is the art gallery’s best client!
* For Mature Audiences
March 23, 2017, 7:30 PM @ Allen Public Library - Civic Auditorium
Learn about the only time in Texas history when Texas Rangers were summoned for an armed interdiction against another American state. Rusty Williams, author of "The Red River Bridge War: A Texas-Oklahoma Border Battle," shares this account. This conflict refers to a time Texas and Oklahoma almost went to war over an old toll bridge north of Denison that connected the states across the Red River in 1931.