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: The Cuba Free Press Entertainment 7B April 24, 2003 planning for Cuba Festl time to start planning. The Cuba Fest Committee has started meeting to look of Cuba Fest 2003. October 18-19, ays the third week-end in October. continue to be held in the historic district. nly will we have crafts and fine arts, sev- activities over the past two years will of Cuba Fest 2003. the Bed Race? There will be an one this year! Don't miss out! Call now at 885-3537 to get your team in the race. Show was a big hit in 2002. We did- , enough room to display all the quilts we liked to exhibit. Joyce Stewart is organizer for this event. This will not be show, exhibit only. been mailed out. If this first year as an exhibitor, or if you your mailing, they are available 885-2721, 885-2775, or 885-7940. of the unique things that has made Cuba SUccessful, is the cooperation of individ- to bring special activities Fest. This year, help, a committee of Division of Family Services employees, will sponsor a 5K run and a 1K walk. This is a return of an event that was done several years ago. You will see advertisements about this event. It will be known as the Rte. 66 Mural City Run with the course passing by several of the murals. Rhonda Koppelman is the organizer. It's time to get your running shoes broken in and your body ready. This will be for all ages so let's see a big turn out. Do you have an entertaigment group that Cuba Fest steering committee hasn't heard of?. Give us a call. We're taking bookings now. There's the favorite copper kettle apple-butter making and the outstanding Chili Cook-Off. The Taste O'Cuba and the Wine-Tasting Tent will also be back. Does your organization need some hints for possible events to sponsor? How about: husband or wife hollerin'; apple carving; beard growing; corn shelling (by hand); fiddlers; pump- kin bowling; pumpkin carving; pumpkin seed spitting; ugliest legs. This should give you an idea of how far out and creative you can be! Please get involved! Without your help, Cuba Fest could not be the wonderful event it's been in the past. Mark October 18-19, 2003 on your cal- endar now. student musicians perform May concerts sound of music in May, several . University of student music their spring concerts. COncerts will be held at Theatre in Castleman Hall UMR campus and all are to the public. Symphony Orchestra 8 p.m. Friday, May 2. race will feature the of Anton Dvorak and Saint-Saens, among oth- Theatre will be filled UMR Jazz Band Concert -- 8 p.m. Saturday, May 3. The group will perform the music of Frank Mantooth, Mark Taylor and oth- ers. UMR Symphony Band and University Choir Concert -- 2 p.m. Sunday, May 11. The groups will perform music of Charles Ives, Malcolm Arnold and Norman Dello Joio. Songs to be performed include "Set me As a Seal," by Rene Clausen; "Goin' to Boston," arranged by Alice Parker; "Seeds to perform May 3 Ward Pyatt, an area will be giving a concert before he _amazing talent to Me. and Evangel :,The. show wi, ll fear, .gers and musi-, ng old jazz,stan- ::in the first act, and gospel favorites as well as Pyatt's original upliR- ing songs in the second half. "Four Hands: Seth Ward Pyatt in Concert" will take place at the Recklein Auditorium on Saturday, May 3, 2003 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets will be sold at the door and at the Hwy. 19 People's Bank in Cuba. Grow to Plants," by John Rutter; "Psalm 51," by Rusa Michaels; "World of Sports," by Anders Edenroth; and "Gloria," by Franz Haydn. The University Choir is under the direction of Lorrie Francis. The UMR Symphony Band is directed by Dr. Donald K. Miller. For more information about UMR's music programs contact the UMR performing arts depart- ment at 573-341-4185. Galley Restaurant & LounfEe Lakeside Dining 3 1/2 miles on Hwy. DD in Indian Hills Seafood--Pasta Steaks Friday: All you can eat All You Can Eat Chicken, Shrimp $8 95 Fri( Saturday Night 8 oz. Steak, Baked Potato, Salad $8 95 & Saturday 5-8 pm; Sunday 8 am- noon 573-885-3528 cfp-extra 4/24 406 E. Washington Cuba, Me 65453 573-885-6804 Saturday, May 3 Blues Band 'Saturday, April 26 19-Drive in Hwy. 19, Cuba, Me 885-7752 Fd., April 25-Thurs., May 1 Anger Management (PG 13) Identity IR) " i: 8:00 pm to 12:00 am "  *No Cover Charge* bon't forget "ALL YOU CAN EAT" Buffet ::' , every Friday night for $7.95 cfp 4/24 00'I,.dc P.O. BOX 1367 - StcelViile, - Me 573-775-5999 The Lewis Family ,.Fri., May 16, 7 p.m. The Talley Trio June 6, 7 p.m. Beginning June 7, ows at 2 & 7 The Florida Boys Fri., July 18, 7 p.m. UMR to take part in annual 'concrete canoe' race Students from the University of Missouri- Rolla will see if their engineering skills hold water on Wednesday, April 23, through Saturday, April 26, when they attempt to nav- igate the canoe they built out of concrete across several staged race events in a lake in Manhattan, Kan., the site of this year's regional Concrete Canoe Competition. The race is an annual event sponsored by the American Society of Civil Engineers at the participating campuses. UMR's team faculty advisor is Dr. John J. Myers, assistant profes- sor of civil, architectural and environmental engineering. Teams will be judged not only on their abil- ity to successfully complete timed events, but also on written and oral reports. The linning school will advance to a national competition to be held in May. UMR's Concrete Canoe team includes: Run Declue of Bourbon, a senior in civil engineer- ing, and Steve Eads of Cuba, a senior in civil engineering. i Gasconade Co. Historical Society offers guided tour The Gasconade County Historical Museum at 104 W. McFadden in Owensville will be conducting guided tours on the first Saturday of the month beginning May 3. Tours begin at 1 p.m. and will be followed by coffee and cookies. In addition to the county his- torical artifacts on display at the museum, special exhibits from the Missouri State Archives, an extensive collec- tion of Depression glass, and watercolors by a local artist will be on view. The tour group will be limit- ed to 10, so reservations are suggested. Call 573-437-8617 to leave your name and number of per- sons planning to attend. Tri-C Club holding gigantic garage sale Daffodils and garage sale signs--spring has arrived! ']- C Club, a Federated Women's Club, will hold a gigantic garage sale on Mace's parking lot, located at the corner of Spencer and Highway 19 Satuday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Bargain shoppers are encouraged to line up early. They'll be piles of stuff-books, clothes, toys, furniture, knick- knacks, and much, much, more! Check it out, you might just find a deal and you'll certainly ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE Bluegrass & Country Jam Session ,r,, Every Saturday  Night Starting at 7:00 pm (Acoustic only) No children under 10 Cuba Senior Center cfp-tfn Cuba VFW Post 7147 New Breakfast Menu 7:00 - 11:00 am Monday thru Saturday m Members & Guests Pork Chop, Eggs, Potatoes $4.00 Ribeye Steak, Eggs, Potatoes $5.00 Large Breakfast Burrito $4.50 Plus Reg. Menu be helping a good cause. Proceeds will benefit Relay for Life, an American Cancer Society event to be held June 13 to fight cancer. Tri-C's team, the Freedom Walkers, will be walking to help raise money so that we might be cancer free. For more information, please call Janet McLain at 885-1395. . . . . -k -k * * * * "Kick it up a Notch!" * The 2003 Annual Awards Banquet Friday, May 2 " Cuba Knights of Columbus Hall ;1 Public is invited. Silent Auction begins at 6:30 }b Entertainment by The Pseudo Blues Band. Tickets are $20 & must be reserved by April 28 : Call the Cuba Chamber Qffice at 885-2531 for : reservations v=3 :: 6 6 finn Corner of Hwy H and Route 66, Leasburg, Me NEW HOURS: Bar 11-9 Tues., Wed., Thurs., & Surclay Kitchen 11-9 Tues., Wed. & Thur., Sunday 11-8, Fri. & Sat. 11 am - 10 pm Weekly Specials TUESDAY THURSDAY Beef "rip, Noodles with Gravy WEDNESDAY Hamburger Stroganoff Taco Salad w/Potatoes & Salad FRIDAY Karaoke New York Strip w/Potatoes & Salad Fri. & Sat. SATURDAY Prime Rib Special NoPrna SUNDAY Fried Chicken w/Potatoes, Salad cfp-xtra 4/17.24 I Oriatmas g,mirtber The Cuba Arts Council invites you to share your favorite Christmas memory for posstble inclusion ..r-'--. in the musical, "Chrlstmae Memories". Send , - 9 _JJ your memory, in a descriptive paragraph to: C00ri00tmaa Mem0ri0000 608 Oak, Cuba, Me 65453 / -' ",,  Must be pstmarked bY Apri' 29' 2003 (( tmc 4/24 American Legion BARBECUE Pork Steaks Chicken At Legion Hall. Serving 11 am to 6 pm iiii I I I Cq, rd. For more information, please call 573-775-3000 or visit www.PeacefulBendVineyard.com Directions: from Steelville follow Hwy. 8 West for two miles, then turn right ont county Hwy. T. Peaceful Bend is two miles up on the left.