Summer Theatre Workshop Presents Two Plays
Jul18

Summer Theatre Workshop Presents Two Plays

There are still seven more presentations of two plays being presented by child actors participating in the Summer Theatre Workshop at Main Street Theatre. The Frog Prince and the Princess Brats and The Seussification of Romeo and Juliet will be staged Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. and next week Thursday through Saturday at 7 p.m. with Sunday matinees both weeks at 2 p.m. Close to 40 children are involved. Directors are Leah Connor and...

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Happy Birthday Fred
Jul18

Happy Birthday Fred

You have wished me and every other member of the First Baptist Church a Happy Birthday for over 30 years. You have never missed. Fred we wait for and cherish the calls.  Family forgets, friends forget but you never have. We love you Fred, Happy...

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Library To Host Children’s Magician Brett Roberts
Jul16

Library To Host Children’s Magician Brett Roberts

Librarian Hope Cain with the Sulphur Springs Public Library tells us the library will be having a special guest Friday at 10 a.m. He’s children’s magician Brett Roberts who uses magic puppetry and story telling to teach children that reading is fun. Roberts’ show is entitled Dr. Flake-n-stein’s Magic Laboratory. It is an interactive show where children can participate with magic tricks and help with science experiments that are safe...

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Coleman Park To Host State Softball Tourneys This Weekend
Jul09

Coleman Park To Host State Softball Tourneys This Weekend

Listen to the Interview State tournaments for girls softball Dixie Angels, ages 9-10, and Belles, 13-15 begins Friday, July 11th at Coleman Park in Sulphur Springs. Opening ceremonies are at 6 p.m. at Field 1 at Coleman Parak. Gate fees are Weekend Tournament pass for Friday and Saturday $25. Kids $10. Games begin at 9 a.m. for morning games and 4 p.m. for afternoon and evening games. By Jimmy Rogers, KSST General...

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Library Summer Reading Program Events
Jul09

Library Summer Reading Program Events

Children in Sulphur Springs and Hopkins County are big time readers according to Hope Cain, Librarian at the Sulphur Springs Public Library. Various library programs are planned for the summer to encourage continued reading. Mother Goose will be at the library Friday, July 11th. For a schedule of library activities go to http://netls.tsl.state.tx.us/sulphursprings/ By Jimmy Rogers, KSST General...

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2nd Annual DARE Hopkins County Music And Comedy Revue
Jul09

2nd Annual DARE Hopkins County Music And Comedy Revue

This Friday night, July 11th, the Hopkins County DARE program will benefit from the second annual Hopkins County Music and Comedy Revue. All proceeds will go to the DARE program. The Music and Comedy Review begins at 7 p.m.at the Regional Civic Center and features Cousin Cedrick, Monty Tipps & Main Street, “The C” Dale Cummings, Tisha George, Aaron Hanna, and a number of other entertainers. Craig Roberts will serve as Master of...

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4th Annual Pack The Bus School Supply Drive
Jul08

4th Annual Pack The Bus School Supply Drive

All Hopkins County Schools will find benefit from the 4th Annual Pack the Bus, a school supply drive, sponsored by CANHelp, 613 Gilmer Street. The drop-off of school supplies is Friday, August 8th from 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. Donations will also be received by CANHelp during regular business hours any other day. Adam Teer, Executive Director of CANHelp says cash donations will be used to purchase backpacks for students. Backpacks are the...

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Sulphur Springs Public Library Events
Jul06

Sulphur Springs Public Library Events

Two special events are coming up this week at the Sulphur Springs Public Library that are a part of their Summer Reading Program. Expect clowns as the library offers Reading with Ringling Brothers on Wednesday, July 9th from 10 a.m. until 11 a.m. Then on Friday, July 11th from 10 a.m. until 11 a.m., Margaret Clauder will present Reading and Rhyming with Original Mother Goose. Library staff will also have Treasure Tuesdays Story Time...

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June 23, 2014 From the Director’s Notebook
Jul03

June 23, 2014 From the Director’s Notebook

“What kind of Library User are you?” Are you a Library Lover or are you a Distant Admirer? Do you value and utilize your public library? Do you attend programs, use the computers, check out books, DVD’s, audio books? Do you volunteer? Do you direct friends, guests or visitors to the library? Did you know that just by attending a program, the library can count you in its statistics by showing how valuable it is to the community? By...

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Fireworks
Jul03
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