5 things to do on Saturday, Aug. 28

There are plenty of things to enjoy on Saturday across Kerr County, here's our five picks

LEARN: Art As A Hobby

10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday. Museum of Western Art, 1550 Bandera Highway, Kerrville. This free event features a seminar with sculptor Jason Scull, watercolor artists John and Edith Maskey and leather tooling from Education Director Darla Pfiester. Museum admission is free. The seminar is from 1-4 p.m.

ON STAGE: Nobody's Perfect


7:30 p.m., Saturday at the Point Theater in Ingram, 120 Point Theatre Road South. Adult tickets are $22. Seniors/military $17, and children 12 and under are $14. Sunday matinee is at 2:30 p.m. Leonard Loftus is trying to get his books published, but Harriet keeps sending his manuscripts back because they are the work of a man. When Leonard finally sends a manuscript based on his experience as a single parent, and uses the female pseudonym "Lulabelle Latifa," Harriet is impressed Leonard is forced to carry the pretense that "Lulabelle" exists by dressing up as a woman and pretending that he is his own fictitious aunt.

SEE: Art at KACC

10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Kerr Arts & Cultural Center, 228 Earl Garrett St. Three exhibits provide insight into Kerrville's artistic community. Be sure to check out the Photoquest, Hildegarde Slaughter and David McCormick exhibit and the Women Envision works at the downtown center.

SEE, EAT AND ENJOY: Kerrville River Roadster Show

The second annual “Kerrville River Roadster Show” starts at 4 p.m. on Saturday. The Kerrville Parks and Recreation Department is excited to bring this unique car show back to the banks of the Guadalupe River in Louise Hays Park, 202 Thompson Dr. This free event is open to show vehicles of all sizes, types, colors and speeds. Bring the family out to enjoy a beautiful night under the stars with cars and fun! Food and drinks from Buzzie’s BBQ, Vero Pizza, Dandy Cones and Nobilitea will be available for purchase. Enjoy live music provided by The Flashbacks beginning at 4:30 p.m.

KEEP IT CLEAN: River cleanup

We spotted this trash picture on Thursday evening at Guadalupe Park and it reminded us that starting at 8 a.m. on Saturday, there will be a Guadalupe River Cleanup starting at Louise Hays Park.

Trash left behind at Guadalupe Park in Kerrville.

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