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NEWS IN BRIEF



Wine and browse at Deer Park Museum

The Deer Park Winery and Auto Mu­seum is well-known for its collections of vintage convertible automobiles, award- winning estate wines and collectibles including American convertible cars, old radios, TVs, antique bicycles, appli­ances, cameras, neon dealership signs, classic gas pumps and gas stations, vin­tage vehicle garages, old oil collectibles, license plates, vintage toys and games, a Coca Cola room of collectibles, a Barbie doll room, soapbox derby cars, wagons, carriages, a 1950s new car showroom, Oscars, Bob’s Big Boy, office equip­ment, computers, telephones, phono­graphs, records and displays of Marilyn Monroe, Elvis, Patti Page, Disney, Law­rence Welk and Brooke Shields.

The museum is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday to Sunday at 29013 Champagne Blvd., Escondido. Cost is $10. Phone: (760) 749-1666. Website: DeerParkWine.com.

‘Hello Dolly!’ will say goodbye on Nov. 15

The venerable musical “Hello Dolly!” will run for five more weeks Thursdays and Saturdays at 1 and 8 p.m. and Sun­days at 1 p..m. at Welk Resorts Theatre, 8860 Lawrence Welk Drive, Escondido.

Union-Tribune theater critic James Herbert writes that the “durable” mu­sical, which premiered in 1964, is “a worthy showcase for some favorite Jerry Herman songs and plenty of visual splash.”

Herbert praises Ray Limon’s “sump­tuous and well-performed Welk staging” and Janet Pitcher’s costumes.

The show closes on Sunday, Novem­ber 15 with Cynthia Ferrer in the title role. “It’s a show whose parade of sweet nostalgia passes by in style,” Herbert writes.



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