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THE TABLEROCK FESTIVAL OF SALADO

Tablerock Festival of Salado began in January 1979 by a handful of public-spirited people from Salado, Belton, Temple and vicinity.  Their aim was to promote the arts in Central Texas, but more than that was the desire to recognize and give exposure to the many talented, professional and semi-professional artists, actors and musicians who live and work here.  The Tablerock Amphitheater was built on thirteen acres of land donated by the Goodnight family. It received its name, "Tablerock" from a very large flat rock in Salado Creek, which looked like a "tablerock" and was a favorite spot for the Salado College students to spend "academic" study time. From its austere beginning The Tablerock Amphitheater has grown to an outstanding outdoor production facility.

February 8 & 9 - Salado Legends Audition Meet at 3:00 each day. Auditions for over 100 men, women and children actors. Tech. & behind the scene workers too. Rehearsals begin on June 9th.  No compensation.  College scholarships available.  Director Donnie Williams, 254-947-0717, e-mail Donnie: mr.duck@embrqmail.com

Coming up!
March 17 - 19th Annual Denver Mills Golf Tournment Mill Creek Golf Course, Salado, TX.  $80.00 entry fee. Shotgun start at 1:00pm.  For reservations call Denver Mills 254-541-4830, Nancy Mills Mackey 254-913-3890 or call Tablerock at 947-9205. Cash prizes. Notice - We start 'um young at this tournament!



February 6

Central Texas Poetry and Prose Readings. Guest MC:  Thom the World Poet. 7:00pm at Tablerock For the 7th annual gathering of poets for the 2014 anthology titled Cat & Dog Tales. For submittal guidelines contact Jackie Mills at Tablerock1@aol.com before 2/1/14.
2013 Poetry and Prose Readings