The Heart of the Tin Trunk

March 10, 2011 at 4:36 pm (Uncategorized)

CCMH reminds you to attend  a fun musical  evening  Festival this weekend, Saturday,  March 12, 2011.    The  program includes from  6:00 to 7:00 p.m. a  piano maestro,  a roving  accordionist/singer at the  Wine/Beer  Reception  in Pilsner Hall amidst the  beauty  of the Barbara and Erik  Ottervik 1289 Piece  Czech Art Glass/Ceramics collection made  between  the two World Wars 1918 – 1938.    At 7:00 p.m. in Prague Hall, a Texas style  Broadway Musical Teaser reviews The Heart of the Tin Trunk story of an immigrant family from historic Czech lands disembarking in Galveston to settle in Fayetteville, Texas.

Backstage, Inc., directed by Carolyn Franklin of  Houston’s Alley, TUTS, Miller and HITS theatres  presents a teaser preview of this stage production, an  original story written by member of that family Virginia  Leech, which will premier at Festival Hill, Round Top,  Texas July 30, 31 and August 6 and 7, 2011.

(Info 979-  250-1843) (www.HeartOfTheTinTrunk.com)

In addition, there will be Bazaar Treasures Tables, good food, camaraderie and great people to meet and greet while honoring the gregarious Board Member Reverend Paul Chovanec for his support of the CCMH and Roy and Mary Cullen Foundation who helped make our Jan Amos Komensky (Comenius) Library happen.  We would love to have you help us celebrate.

Please call today for reservations 713-528-2060 or Events@czechcenter.org.  Your admission includes complimentary parking.

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