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November 22 – “Protect Your Loved One” is the topic presented by a guest speaker from the Adult Protective Services. 6:00 – 8:00 PM, Lubbock Garden and Arts Center, 4215 University Ave., Refreshments Provided.

November is National Family Caregivers Month. Wednesday, Nov 23 – 7:05 pm Cotton Kings vs.Laredo The Lubbock Cotton Kings play at the Munipal Auditorium.

CHICKEN DANCE, the KISS CAM, the INTERMISSION GAMES, the CHUCK A PUCK chance for big winnings, the BIG HELIUM BALLS in the AIR, the TSHIRTS being hoisted into the crowd, and there’s ELI walking around visiting with kids.

All this to say, there’s much more than the game. November 25 – Most Festive Shopping Day of the Year and the Annual Shopping Spree Giveaway on Friday Nov 25th from 7am – 8am.

Registration is from 7am to 8, then the drawing is at 8am and you must be present to win.

Giving away 1-$500 shopping spree and 2-$250 shopping sprees.

Mall hours the day after Thanksgiving are 7am – 10pm. November 25-27 – Old Mill Trade Days Thanksgiving Show in Post, Arts & Crafts, Antiques, Food & Entertainment, Admission: $1.00/Friday, Seniors Free/Friday, $2.00/Sat & Sun, 9 am – 5 pm, Historic Postex Mills, 318 So.

Avenue F, 1-866-433-6683 Friday, Nov 25 – 7:05 pm Cotton Kings vs.Memphis The Lubbock Cotton Kings play at the Munipal Auditorium.

CHICKEN DANCE, the KISS CAM, the INTERMISSION GAMES, the CHUCK A PUCK chance for big winnings, the BIG HELIUM BALLS in the AIR, the TSHIRTS being hoisted into the crowd, and there’s ELI walking around visiting with kids.

All this to say, there’s much more than the game. November 26 – Annual Lubbock Winter Rodeo Series Watch pros and amateurs as they try to rope that scrambling calf or race their horse around the barrels.

Don’t miss the chills, thrills, and spills as you watch the cowboys try to stay on that wild, crazy, bucking bronco or bull.

South Plains Fair Grounds Livestock Pavilion 8:00 pm November 26 – Animals of the Kalahari The Science Spectrum will have on display a real African lion as seen in the OMNI Theater’s newest film Roar: Lions of the Kalahari.

The Science Spectrum will also have the lion’s co-star of the film, Elephants, on display too.

The elephants will be available for rides and feedings.

Doug Terranova, of Animal Encounters, a long time friend to the Science Spectrum will be on hand to educate and explain to the public the mystery of these unique creatures. OCTOBER 05 Through October 1, 2005 – South Plains Fair! Free Attractions: Sea Lion Splash!, Steeples Wild West Bears, The Lumberjills, Rock it the Robot, Buck Trout, Jimmy the Spoon Man and more.

On the outdoor stage: Hypnotist Ken Whitener, Magician Dylan Ace, Grupo Mana, Mariachi Amistad and more.

Reed Exposition Midway returns. September 29 thru October 2 – AKC Dog Shows and Obedience Trials put on by Heart of the Plains Kennel Club.

Show times are 6:00 a.m.

To 6:00 p.m.

Click here for schedule by breed. September 30-Oct 2 – On the Air, Directed by Richard Privitt, a Nostalgic-Spoof of the Golden Age of Radio, 749-2416 September 30 and October 1 – Family Weekend at Texas Tech September 30-October 2 – Fall Cotton Pickin’ Fast Pitch USSSA Softball Tournament (World Series Qualifier) Berl Huffman Athletic Complex $250 entry fee — November 16 – Animation Festival! Bring the family out to the Library to enjoy your favorite Disney movies free.

We can’t publicize the film titles, but we have dropped some hints! A green ogre leaves his swamp to free a beautiful princess. (Rated PG, 1 hour 40 minutes.) You can also call the library for film titles.

Refreshments will be served and film starts at 7:00 PM.

Godeke Branch Library, 6601 Quaker 792-6566 November 16, 20 & 26 – Lubbock Cotton Kings Home Games The Kings vs.

San Angelo, Rio Grande Valley, Odessa & Oklahoma City.

Fri & Sat games start at 7:05 PM and Tues at 11:00 AM.

Municipal Coliseum, Ticket Info: 747-7825 November 17 – Jan 21, 2005 High and Dry A juried photographic exhibit of landscapes & peoples of the world’s dry lands.

All works reflect some aspect of the arid/semiarid theme, but the particular subject matter is the choice of the photographer.

International Cultural Center, 601 Indiana Ave., 742-2974 November 18 – Lady’s Day Out, luncheon and program, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Lunch, tables decorated for the holidays, entertaining program and discounted shopping in the museum store with Christmas in mind.

Tickets are $20 each. November 18 – Sponge Bob Party Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? Come help us celebrate our favorite yellow, porous sponge.

Activities will include games, crafts, refreshments, and watching some of our favorite Sponge Bob episodes.

Dress as your favorite character from the show and you could win a prize! 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM Mahon Library, 1306 9th Street 775-2838 November 18 to 21 – Texas Tech Rodeo: NIRA Southwest Regionals This is Texas Tech’s 55th year to host this annual event for 16 Colleges and Universities of the Southwest! Come and root on steer wrestlers, calf ropers, barrel racers and breakaway ropers at the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Associations regionals.

This year there will be a Cowboy & Cowgirl Carnival for the kids Sat afternoon with Horse Rides, Bucking Bull, Spiderman Wall and more! “Preserving Western heritage through collegiate rodeo”, has been a theme repeated over the years and today these efforts are being made through over 100 college rodeos a year.

Watch our western history in the making! Thurs, Fri & Sat 7:00 PM, and Sun 9:00 AM.

Tickets: Thurs & Fri $8 and Sat $10.

Children 8 and under are Free! Texas Tech University, at the new Equestrian Center (old Caprock Wquestrian Center), 5712 County Rd. 1500, 742-2455 November 19 – Raiders Basketball The Raiders take on UNC-Ashville at home, 7:00 PM November 19 – Homey Habitats This month Junior Explorers can investigate the habitats of Rainforest Residents, Desert Dwellers and Ocean Occupants! For kids ages 4 – 6 yrs.

Members: $13.00/class or $36.00/series Non-members: $16.00/class or $45/series, 1:00 to 3:00 PM.

Science Spectrum, 2579 S.

Loop 289, 745-2525 November 19 to 21- Experience LCU! High School students can have the opportunity to experience what life is like on the Lubbock Christian University campus.

Experience LCU is a weekend event designed for students and their parents who want to know what LCU is all about.

Opportunities include: Class experience, Chapel experience, financial aid information, admissions information, meet with current students/faculty/staff, devotional experience and entertainment.

Cost: $15.

LCU Campus, 5601 19th St. 1-800-933-7601 November 19, 20 & 21 – Blithe Spirit In this Noel Coward play, Novelist Charles Condomine has the perfect, content life.

Perfect, that is, until his long-dead first wife returns as a spirit for a duel of wits with his second wife.

This hilarious battle for Charles’s affection will leave you chortling and laughing for more! Times: Fri & Sat 8:00 PM and Sun 2:00 PM, Tickets: $12.00 Adult, $5.00 Tech Students, Maedgen Theatre, on 18th between Boston & Flint, 742-3603 November 19 & 20 – Christmas Open House Weekend at Little Red Riding Nursery.

If you’re a gardener you’ll love the holiday spirit in this nursery! The Lubbock High School Choir will carol for you Friday morning at 10:30 AM.

Saturday, Santa is coming to town at 10 AM and 4 PM & the Sweet Adelines will perform from 4:30 to 6:00 PM.

There will also be gardening seminars! Little Red Riding Nursery, 4006 34th St, 795-4834 November 20 – Teddy Bear Recruitment Bring your teddy bear to be part of a “beary” special traditional holiday exhibition, the Teddy Bear Picnic and Reunion.

Bears will “sleep over” at the Museum with other bears from the community, make new friends and become part of a community display, which will run through January 10.

Recruitment is 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM.

Texas Tech Museum, 4th & Indiana 742-2432 November 20 – Junior Rough Riders Corral: Santa’s Little Helpers Make Victorian greeting cards and cardbox, string popcorn & cranberries, listen to Christmas stories, sip on hot chocolate and decorate the Junior Rough Riders’ tree.

From 10:00 AM to Noon.

Members/Free & non-members/$5.00.

National Ranching Heritage Museum, 4th & Indiana, 742-0498

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