Greetings from the Huber,
This Thursday, Sept 13 at 7 pm we will have the Senior Saints.
The Senior Saints Concert present ‘Friendship…Aged to Perfection’
The Senior Saints consists of 75 singers ages 63-93. This group will share
friendship experiences from childhood to the present through songs,
narration, and stories. They represents 27 churches and sponsored
by Grabill Missionary Church. Free will offering.
On Thursday, Sept. 20 The Huber boys will be hosting – Donuts with the Cops
From 9 – 11 am. Come and meet the Hicksville Police. They will answer your
Questions and listen to your concerns, while you enjoy coffee and donuts.
Then on Friday, Sept 21 the Bower North Production will be putting on
A John Fieldstone Murder Mystery. This is a dinner theater, catered by
Cracker Jack. We still a have few seats open. Deadline for dinner is Sept. 17.
$35. For dinner and show. $15. Show only. Tickets on huberoperahouse.org.
DEAD IN THE WATER
You’ve just boarded the Bahama Llama Mama for a holiday island cruise.
When Detective John Fieldstone mistakenly stumbles on board, the quiet
cruise suddenly takes a strange turn. What happened and why?
You are the detective. Watch closely for clues. You will fill out a crime report
at intermission. Someone in the audience will be named our
“Super Sleuth of the Evening”. The rest of you will die laughing!
GOOD LUCK, DETECTIVE!
We are having a ‘box dinner sociable’ at 6pm, before the Friday,
Oct 12th performance of The Show The Music Man. Cost will be $15.
with proceeds going to wall fund. Supper will consist of: ham salad (Sailer’s)
on mini sub bun, potato salad, baked beans, fried pie (from Turnover Creations),
ice cream, and ‘soft’ drinks – lemonade, iced tea, water. Supper will be at 6 pm.
in the community room. Reservations needed for the supper, (deadline the 10th)
There will be some special guests in attendance, too! You are welcome dress in
costumes from 1912, to go along with The Music Man theme.
The Music Man will be coming October 11,12,13 at 7 pm 14 at 2:30 pm.
The Music Man follows fast-talking traveling salesman,
Harold Hill, as he cons the people of River City, Iowa, into buying
instruments and uniforms for a boys’ band that he vows to organize –
this, despite the fact that he doesn’t know a trombone from a treble clef.
His plans to skip town with the cash are foiled when he falls for Marian,
the librarian, who transforms him into a respectable citizen by curtain’s fall.
Tickets for The Music Man can be ordered on line:
$15 Adults, $12. Seniors, $10 for ages 12 and under.
Here’s to seeing you at the Huber!