Visit the Price Center's Team Room for Gourmet Lunches
Chair Yoga at the Price Center Thursdays at 10 a.m.
Anna Broome will guide, encourage and instruct
as you wiggle your way out of stress, aches and
grumpiness for just $5 for a peaceful, fanciful hour
of peacefulness, quietude and fortitude. Give it a whirl!
No advance notice is necessary.
From the Black Diamond Studios,
a summer boot camp for kids, parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles,
and whoever else wants to join in.
The camp and show dates will be June 9th - June 29th, 2014
at the San Marcos Price Center.
A Therapy Program and Support Group under the direction of Terri Hendrix
Tea Room staff treats birthday celebrants royally.
B Vå Met Southern Catering has taken over the management and operation
of the Price Center Tea Room.
They are ready to offer new menus, and will consider recommendations from patrons concerning their favorites.
They have prior experience in the restaurant business in Chicago, where they owned their own restaurant. They have now moved their operations to San Marcos and are anxiously awaiting your patronage.
They also cater events, so come by and sample the lunch plate to see what good fare they offer up.
Join us in the Tea Room for a gourmet lunch every
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 11 am - 2 pm.
Reserve your table: call 523-392-3114.
See our new Tea Room Menu.
"Supple Music Concert with Kate Campbell"
Texas State University's Encore program regularly presents the "Supple Folk Music" concerts at the Price Seniors Center. It is an even begun several years ago by university president Jerry, and his wife, Cathie Supple, and continued by her after his death.
Cathie, a skilled guitar performer, travels extensively and scouts professional performers to come to San Marcos for a rollicking evening of song, music and pater and fun.
Most recently, Kate Campbell, a rural Mississippi preacher's quirky daughter, expounded her spiritual philosophy with wise-cracks, sensitive insights and delightful original guitar and piano music. It was a lesson in some serious thinking -- with a hoot.
"The Heart of Texas Chorus"
The Heart of Texas Chorus rehearsing at the Price Center for an international contest of thirty chorus from all corners of the globe for the international ran. The HOT Chorus has finished in the top ten category in previous years and it sharpened its choreography in preparation for the Toronto, Canada contest in July.
"Black Diamond Performance"
The Black Diamond Theatre Company from Wimberley, TX, recently presented Ronald Harwood's play, Quartet, at the Price Seniors Center.
The closing scene of this poignant comedy is the presentation of a scene from the opera Rigiletto, presented by four retired opera stars now living in a retirement home, hoping to recapture the allure and acclaim of their former artistic professions.
Directed by Lee Colee, two audiences both hooted and cried as images of their own pursuits before retirement life were graphically portrayed.
The Price Center hosted
Texas State University's
Winter Supple Music Concert with
guitarist David Roth
The Supple Folk Music series, part of the Encore Performing Arts Series, was launched in 2003 by the late Texas State University President Jerry Supple and his wife Cathy, driven by their passion for the traditional American art form. Over the past decade, the Supples’ connections within the folk music community have allowed them to bring some of the very best artists to Texas State’s performance venues.
Christmas with Terri Hendrix and Lloyd Maines
Longtime friends, Terri Hendrix and Lloyd Maines love to volunteer fundraising performances for the Price Seniors Center. Terri dropped by one day several years ago just to see what was going on and liked what she saw so well that she volunteered a free performance to help raise funds for an elevator. Since then, she has worked on a program of her own to establish a similar center called Make Your Own Universe where kids (and adults too) can receive musical therapy to relieve functional brain disorders, such as epilepsy. Her Christmas program was a gift to the Price Center, and it was a beautiful program for an audience of 75.