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Fall is always a busy time of year and the Price Center and this year is no different. Here's a look at several of the activities and happenings for the month:


Join us this Tuesday, Oc.t 3, for “The Winnebago Man.” Jack Rebney, a.k.a. “The Winnebago Man”—an ‘80s RV salesman who’s hilarious, profanity-strewn, on-the-job meltdown was captured on video and passed around on VHS tapes, before exploding into an Internet phenomenon seen by millions. Filmmaker Ben Steinbauer goes in search of the infamous viral video star and discovers him living a hermit-like existence on top of a mountain, unaware of his fame. Official Selection SXSW 87min. (Strong Language) In Person: Filmmakers Ben Steinbauer and Berndt Mader Doors: 6:15PM — Food & Drink: 6:30PM — Film Start: 7PM

Seating is limited. A limited number of advanced tickets available here:

ADVANCED TIX HERE or $5 at the door. More info at:

LOST River Film Fest No. 7 returns Oct. 12-15

The Price Center once again serves as the anchor venue for a wonderful long weekend of new, independent cinema via the Lost River Film Fest! The non-profit festival, now in its 7th year, offers international & domestic short films & feature narratives; social-justice documentaries; music videos; & a riveting poetry reading, running from Oct 12-15!

A few highlights:

Opening Night, Thur, Oct 12, celebrates the 50th anniversary of THE GETAWAY, the bank-heist thriller filmed all over downtown San Marcos! Texas Film Commission will be on hand – before the screening & afterward at a Garden Party in our lawn – to interview residents about when Steve McQueen & Hollywood came to Hays County half a century ago. (Contact to schedule an interview!)

Acclaimed novelist Elizabeth Crook will also share brief memories of ornery Director Sam Peckinpah staying in their family's home off Belvin Street – & threatening to barbecue their pet dog!

On Sunday, Lost River serves up 40+ new films made by Texas directors – the Lone Star Showcases – with many screenings containing Filmmaker Q&A immediately afterward. At 3PM, is the Nominated Texas Shorts bloc, among the Best of the Fest, with numerous directors in the audience.

The Closing Night screening is from Myanmar, a lovely romantic drama titled WHAT HAPPENED TO THE WOLF?!, whose director is presently under threat, in exile, due to a recent military coup there.

Encore Presentation of Yakoka set for Oct. 24

Our First Tuesday SMTX Film Series partners will present an encore performance of Yakona on Oct. 24 at 7 p.m. Yakona is a visual experience through the crystal-clear waters of the San Marcos River and its headwaters at Spring Lake. Follow the river on an impressionistic journey from its point of view as it flows from source to sea, through the changing seasons, through time and memory. Experience its relationship with the natural world and its interactions with humankind. Through Yakona, the voice of the river calls on humanity's higher nature, inspiring its protection by revealing its beauty and life-giving spirit. 85min.

Doors: 6:15PM — Food & Drink: 6:30PM — Film Start: 7PM

ASSB Returns Oct. 29 with Masquerade Concert

Maestro Mike Thielen and the Aquarena Springs Symphonic Band will return by popular demand with Music for a Masquerade & Contest -- a family friendly Halloween-inspired night of music, costume contests, and more on Sunday, Oct. 29 at 6 p.m.

Costumes encouraged for all ages – prizes for the best costumes in all age groups!!!

A $5 fee per entrant is required to participate in the Costume Contest.

Seating is limited and reservations are encouraged for this free event.

A $10 suggested donation may be made at the door. Email or call 512-392-2900 to reserve your spot.

Colors of the Season: Call set for Oct. 31 & Nov. 1

Fall and early winter are filled with colorful celebrations and traditions that lend themselves to many different artistic interpretations. We encourage you to submit yours during our next Call for Art for: Colors of the Season. The new gallery show that will hang in the Price Center Nov. 4 - Jan 6. Submissions are open to all. Drop off is Tues. Oct. 31, and Wed. Nov. 1 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.


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