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Ardelle (Anna Uzele) and her son Q (Malik James) hold each other after a conflict with patriarch Ron (Ben Toomer) in Texas State University Department of Theater and Dance’s production of “Lyon’s Den” at PSH Foundation Studio Theater.

Q (Malik James) holds a burned stuffed bear as he discusses his family’s move to a new house. DAILY RECORD PHOTOS BY DENISE CATHEY.

'Lyon's Den' debuts on TXST stage

Texas State University’s Department of Theatre and Dance is proudly presenting Lyon’s Den by MFA student TJ Young. The show will be directed by MFA student Liz Fisher, Feb. 2 - 6 in the PSH Foundation Studio Theatre.

After the death of their youngest, the Lyons seek to rebuild their lives in a new home, only to find more trouble when an unwelcome neighbor shows up at the door. This exciting new work explores the pain of loss and purpose of life, and the struggle to make a house a home after it’s been torn apart.

TXST 40th anniversary trumpet recital

The Texas State University School of Music is featuring Jack Laumer and Robert Cannon in a trumpet and brass recital on Tuesday, Feb. 7 at 8 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center Recital Hall.

Professor of Trumpet at Texas State, Laumer was Associate Principal trumpet with the Austin Symphony for 37 years. The evening will celebrate Laumer’s career spanning 40 years of concerts at Texas State.

Cannon, principal trumpet with the Austin Symphony, teaches trumpet at Texas State.

Texas State team revives 70's quiz show format

The American Heritage Education Foundation, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization in Houston, is reviving the concept of a popular 1970's era television quiz show with a college challenge bowl this month.

Student teams from four Texas universities will match wits and knowledge in the American History and Western Civilization Challenge Bowl Jan. 27-28 at the Double Tree by Hilton Hotel in Greenway Plaza.

'GO Center' offers student guidance

Rachel Willis- Daily Record Staff

The San Marcos Public Library hosts an event every week for San Marcos residents to create and improve resumes, cover letters, learn about online job searches and application processes as well as the intricacies of financial aid.

The program is called the “GO Center” and is an enterprise of Texas State University’s P-16 Initiative’s G-Force mentoring program. The program takes place at five local high schools and the library.

Sophie Barnett and Ava Sepaugh program a 2D fabricator to print a 2D kirigami Christmas tree at the library's Maker Play event. PHOTO COURTESY OF CITY OF SAN MARCOS.

Kids take on 3D printing

Children ages 7 to 12 are invited to the library for "Maker Play." This reoccurring children's activity from the Texas State University MAKE Lab is focused on exploring technology and bringing imagination to life with hands-on projects. Participants will learn about 3D printing and 2D computer fabrication, and try their hands at 3D computer-aided modeling, coding and simple electronics. The event is free, but registration is required. You can register by phone at 512-393-8200 or online at sanmarcostx.gov/library registration.

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