Join us for lunch and a highly entertaining presentation, “The City Gal and Her Cowboy” by Lou Burleson on April 9, 2015 at Noon at the Heritage House in Post.
Lou Burleson lives in Floydada, TX and is a retired teacher. She and her “cowboy” have been married 55 years and have three children and eight grandchildren. Lou taught history and theater for a combination of 18 years in Floydada and Lockney. This delightfully talented woman shares true stories about women in Texas History.
Cost for the event is $12. Please call 806-495-4148 or email email@example.com to make a reservation.
City Gal Lou Burleson
Texas State Historian and Author Bill O’Neal will share stories from his latest book, Texas Gunslingers at the Heritage House in Post July 14, 2015 at 6:30 p.m. O’Neal will also tell the history of the guns in his vintage collection. The collection will also be on display.
O’Neal is the author of The Bloody Legacy of Pink Higgins and The Johnson-Sims Feud. Both of these popular books are set in Garza County. These books and Texas Gunslingers will be on sale after the presentation.
The free event is sponsored by the Caprock Cultural Association.
Introducing the first book in her new series set in Ransom Canyon, Texas bestselling author Jodi Thomas will join us for lunch at the Heritage House and speak about her inspiration for these new books. Friday, August 28 meet and greet Jodi beginning at 11:30 a.m. at the Heritage House, 109 N. Avenue N in Post.
Copies of “Ransom Canyon” will be on sale and Jodi will be happy to sign your copy. Paperback books are $8 and a limited number of hardback copies of “Ransom Canyon” will be available for $25. (Prices include sales tax.)
Lunch will be served at Noon
. There is no charge for the lunch or event but we must have your reservation by 5 p.m. August 25. Call 806-990-2149 to put your name on the list! The event is sponsored by the Caprock Cultural Association and Post Public Library.
Enjoy a lighthearted concert April 21, 2015 at the Heritage House in Post presented by nationally recognized musician and storyteller, Jerry Barlow. Come early for an informal wine and cheese reception beginning at 6 p.m. and be ready for some fun as Jerry shares traditional Celtic pieces and lively jigs starting at 6:30 p.m. Often heard on National Public Radio – we are fortunate to have a musician of this caliber in Post! The reception and concert are free.
This event is co-sponsored by Post Public Library and the Caprock Cultural Association. Funded in part by Xcel Energy.
Learn how to save money using coupons! This free workshop will be presented by Kristi Wink, our local coupon guru, Tuesday, April 7, 2015 at 6:30 p.m., Heritage House, 109 No. Avenue N in Post. You’ll learn basic, simple rules to make couponing work for you! Call 806-495-4148 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. The workshop is for adults only as there will be no accommodations for children.
Sponsored by the Caprock Cultural Association and funded in part by Xcel Energy.
Colleen Mallette, A Texas commission on the Arts touring artist will present a concert of Broadway show tunes at the Heritage House in Post May 4 at 6:00 p.m.
Following Colleen’s performance, the audience will view the premiere of the documentary “A Place Called Home” featuring local Girl Scout Troop 6416. The film documents the scouts’ work with shelter dogs from Post Animal Refuge Center and was filmed by members of the troop. Producer and director of the documentary was Jane Lindsay, Post resident and internationally acclaimed professional photographer.
Several local organizations have worked together on this project. Colleen’s performance is sponsored by the Post Public Library and the documentary was funded by the Caprock Cultural Association and Junior League of Lubbock.
The Heritage House is at 109 N. Avenue N in Post. For more information, contact the Caprock Cultural Association, 806-495-4148.
In some communities it is brightly painted longhorn cattle, guitars, pigs…all sorts of things. However, because Post is a little more laid back, with a rich heritage to contemplate, you’ll soon see brightly painted chairs throughout town with and invitation to “Sit a Spell in Post.”
An art project planned in Post provides an opportunity for professional and emerging artists of all disciplines to put their talent on display as part of an outdoor exhibit, “Sit a Spell in Post.” The exhibit will be comprised of chairs decorated by area artists using original designs and the medium of their choice.
“Sit a Spell in Post” will literally bring art to the streets of our community!
Artists are invited to submit a concept using a color rendering no larger than 8.5” x 11”. The concept should represent the spirit or history of Post and/or Garza County and must be received by June 15, 2014. There is no entry fee. “Fifteen artists will be chosen to apply their concept to the chairs that will be displayed throughout the community,” said Rosa Latimer, Executive Director of Caprock Cultural Association, the organization sponsoring the exhibit. “Those artists chosen will each receive a $400 award.”
Artist, sponsors and the community will come together August 5 at the Heritage House for a reception and to celebrate completion of the exhibit. Immediately following, Garza County 4-H members will help install the chairs in the median of Main Street in Post.
The exhibit will remain until the end of October, 2014.
The community is invited to the annual C. W. Post Birthday Celebration. October 26, 5:30 p.m. at the Heritage House. The event is free. This year the event will feature a cereal cook-off sponsored by the Post Area Chamber of Commerce. Refreshments and the judging of cook-off entries will be followed by a House Concert.
You are invited to prepare a dish made from Post cereal and bring to the party. Those attending will vote on their favorite and prizes will be given to the one voted best. We need your participation to make this a fun evening as we honor the Simpsons for their many years of involvement in the community and commemorate Mr. Post’s birthday. Call 806-495-4148 for more information or email email@example.com.
To honor these special folks this year…bring them to our house for lunch!
The Heritage House, Wednesday, April 22, 2015, 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Delicious buffet: chicken fried steak, mashed potatoes, green beans, salad, dessert & drink. Door prizes & lots of fun! $15.50/person. Reservations required by Noon, Monday, April 20. Call 495-4148 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Hope to see you & your staff on the 23rd!
At the Heritage House in Post
There is still time to register for the Grant Writing workshop at the Heritage House in Post, April 17. Anyone who works for or holds a position of leadership for a non-profit is encouraged to attend to learn how to find appropriate grants and how to write a successful grant proposal. The workshop is sponsored by the Texas Leadership Institute, a program of the Texas Center for Rural Entrepreneurship and hosted by the Caprock Cultural Association.
Read more at the Garza Post website.