Movie: “Run the Race”
JUN 13 | 1:00PM | Quad 4
Meet: Quad 4. Food served @ 12:30PM
Cost: $3 (Includes a movie, popcorn, chili dogs, and a drink)
In this movie, two desperate brothers sacrifice today for a better tomorrow. Reeling from his mother’s death and his father’s abandonment, Zach, an all-state athlete finds glory on the football field, working to earn a college scholarship and the brother’s ticket out of town. When a devastating injury puts Zach, and his dreams, on the sidelines, David laces up his track cleats to salvage their future and point Zach toward hope. “Run the Race” shows what’s possible when you run to---and not from---the overwhelming love of God.
Starring: Jake McEntire and Caleb Emery
Produced by: Tim Tebow
JUL 7 | 12:15PM
Meet: Front of the Quads
Cost: The only cost involved will be lunch on your own
We will meet in front of the Quads and car pool to the Bob Bullock Museum. Then we will eat lunch (lunch not provided) and visit a number of displays.
The World War I exhibit presents the stories of a divisive and transformational America told through original artifacts, images, voices, music, hands-on-exploration, and multimedia presentations. Throughout the exhibit, visitors encounter “Witnesses”, people who represent the complex and divergent stories of the day. The exhibit takes us from the days prior to the War, during the War, and post-War problems and successes.
We will also see the exhibit, Becoming Texas: Where the Story Begins. This one-of-a-kind journey goes through more than 16,000 years of Texas history where they have documented the rise and fall of nations up to the Mexican Independence in 1821. You will have a chance to see the men and women who established trade networks across the Americans, see how tough it was to put food on the table, and discover LaSalle’s failed attempt to establish a colony in the Gulf Coast in 1684.
We will also see how the rebuilding of the expedition’s 300-year-old ship, La Belle, is progressing. You will see thousands of items of cargo found in the hull.
We will also see the Lusher Collection: Collections from Private Collections in Texas. You will see a selection of 27 artifacts reflecting the confluence of Spanish, American Indian, and Anglo cultures that have inhabited the border region in the last 400 years.
City of Austin Library
AUG 22 | 10:00AM | City of Austin Library
Meet: Front of the Quads @ 9:30AM
Cost: No cost for tour, just pay $5 for parking
We will meet in front of the Quads at 9:30AM and carpool to the new City of Austin Library. We will receive a 1 hour tour of the famous facility, which has received numerous awards. It has 6 floors with 200,000 square feet, 589 seats, 140 PC and Mac computers for public use, 50 large screens for displaying electronic information ,and much more. It received the Time Magazine World’s Greatest Places 2018 and the Urban Libraries Council 2018 Top Innovators Award.
There is no cost for the tour but there is a parking fee of $5 for up to 2 hours. After the tour we will find a place to eat.
Tuesdays | 10:45AM
Study: “Book of Galatians”
Join us every Tuesday as the Senior adults meet for Bible Study. After Bible study, we have lunch together followed by a domino game called Chicken Foot. Join us as we’ve just started a study on the “Book of Galatians”.