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We're Celebrating June with Film, Flea, Music, Comedy, and New Art

June is upon us and we're celebrating the quiet beginning of summer with a variety of activities in addition to our ongoing programming. Below is a quick summary of what's coming. Visit the Calendar of Events on our splash page to see a full list of activities.

1st Tuesday Returns with Juneteenth: Faith & Freedom 

Join us Tuesday, June 3 for an exploration from the descendants of those emancipated in Texas in 1865. Juneteenth: Faith & Freedom tells the story of a Black man troubled by the legacy of American slavery and the misuse of Christianity to justify it. He travels throughout Texas and discovers how the Juneteenth holiday reveals the hope and courage that empowered the formerly enslaved and their descendants to fight for freedom in an often unjust society. (Runtime: 59min)

Seating is limited. $5 tickets at the door -- Doors open at 6:15, pizza & beer served at 6:30, Film Starts at 7 pm.


Post-film Q&A: Film director Ya*ke Smith & Dr. Dwonna Goldstone, Director of African American Studies at TXST

 Audience Award - Cleveland Int. Film Festival • Best Documentary - Hill Country FF • Official Selection Dallas IFF


 ADVANCED TIX HERE  (small service charge applies)


1893 Flea Celebrating 1st Anniversary June 8

San Marcos’ only monthly indoor downtown Flea Market returns Saturday, June 8 with its first-anniversary celebration featuring more than 2-dozen unique and eclectic vendors, located throughout the first floors of the 131-year-old former church property.

An inspired and wildly creative art show honoring our planet hangs throughout the Center, and complimentary anniversary cake and celebratory punch will be served all day — while supplies last! Enjoy an additional 3-dozen vendors in Shop 1893 and plan to take in the Garden while you visit.

The Market is indoors and air-conditioned, and admission is free. A limited number of $20 Spaces are still available. 512-618-2071 to reserve a spot.


AMERICAN-MADE MUSIC Highlight of Flag Day Concert

We are pleased to welcome back the AQUARENA SPRINGS SYMPHONIC BAND as they present their program, AMERICAN-MADE MUSIC on Flag Day -- Friday, June 14 at 7 p.m.


Under the leadership of Musical Director, Michael Thielen, featured selections will be the creations of various American composers guiding listeners through the discoveries of a new land, the birth of a nation, and the expansion of territory and beyond. Selections will remind us of the progress made and styles of music we all enjoy.


Plan now to join us. Seating is limited and reservations are encouraged for this free event. Contact the Price Center & Garden for details at 512-392-2900.


Schutze Scores Productions is bringing Date Night Standup Comedy, to the 1910 Room stage on Friday, June 15 at 7:30 p.m. The self-described “classy night of adult humor,” featuring Chandra Murthy and Norman Fischer, is available for $15 a ticket, and $20 for VIP (front rows seating). Beer and wine will be available for purchase. Advance tickets are recommended. Grab an early bite downtown, then cap it off with a drink and a comedy show. See the QR code in the attachment for details.


BIG SMAL Show Returning for July & August

The San Marcos Art League will host its annual Members Exhibit – The BIG SMAL Show – through July and August throughout the Price Center Galleries. The show is open to League members exclusively and allows the submitting artist to choose the subject.  (New and renewing Memberships will be processed during the art intake.) The intake will occur on Tues. and Wed., June 25 and 26 from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. at the Price Center. The public reception for the show is slated for Wed., July 24 from 6- 8 p.m. @ the Center. 


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