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Current Art Show

Internationally acclaimed vocal ensemble Kitka - Friday, March 6, 8pm

St. Patrick's Day Youth Talent Show - Saturday, March 14, 5pm

McQuilkin Family Music Hour - Saturday, March 28, 7pm

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Upcoming Events

Kitka

Internationally acclaimed vocal ensemble.

Saturday, March 6th, 8 pm

Tickets on sale now. Seats limited. Advance purchase strongly encouraged.

Kitka Women's Vocal Ensemble performs exquisite and unusual repertoire that explores the depth and breadth of female experience in celebration of International Women's Day.

This globally-acclaimed vocal arts ensemble explores songs of love, marriage, work, play, celebration, lamentation, and spiritual longing in both traditional polyphonic and contemporary composed settings. Kitka's unique sound is infused with the lush harmonies, stunning dissonances, asymmetric rhythms, intricate ornamentation, and resonant strength of Eastern European women's ensemble singing. Concert highlights will include songs collected by the ensemble during recent tours and song-catching expeditions in Serbia, Bulgaria, Georgia, Turkey, Armenia, Russia, and Ukraine.

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St. Patrick's Day Youth Talent Show

Saturday, March 14th, 4 pm

Save the date for a rollicking good St. Patrick’s Day celebration bringing together our whole community for a worthy cause! Local youth talent ranging in age from the single digits to their teens will blow our minds with stellar performances to benefit the Community Center After School Programs. One of the Center’s all-time favorite events.

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It’s a great opportunity for the kids to stretch to the next level, building confidence and public presentation skills. Encourage them to begin planning their acts now!

The show is open to youth who are grammar and high school-aged. The majority of the kids are from the Lagunitas School District but we usually have kids from Nicasio, Ross Valley, private schools and home school.

All proceeds support scholarships for SGVCC After School Programs, keeping them accessible for all the families that need them. Thank you for continuing to purchase tickets for the whole family, including performers. If your family is experiencing a hardship that would make that impossible, please contact Howie Cort to make sliding scale arrangements.

Thanks for your support!

Encourage your children to think about their acts and practice for the big night. Please mark the rehearsal and date of performance in your calendar.

Plan to come early for an easy, affordable dinner with your family and friends!

NEW GUIDELINES: Performers may not use internet streaming or cell phones in their acts because disruptions in service and incoming calls make them unreliable. Also we encourage you to model support for the arts to your children by purchasing any song your child will perform to support the artist they are honoring with their performance. Thanks for your understanding. If your act requires a track to be played please be sure to attend the rehearsal and assure your CD or digital device works with our sound system.

Parents: please volunteer or bake to make this the best talent show ever.

Contact Howie Cort if you would like to perform: gym@sgvcc.org

 

Michael McQuilkin Family Music Hour 8

Music Brings Families Together

Saturday, March 28th, 7 pm

Featuring some of the Valley’s greatest musical families:
Josh Will, Kira Thelin, Gracie Chavez, Buck Chavez, Alexa Davidson, Will McQuilkin, Alexander McQuilken, Andrew Giacomini, Mwanza Furaha, Ernest East

A Valley All-Star Band:
Michael McQuilkin, Howie Cort, Frank Lewis, David Russ, Jeff Miller plus the Lagunitas Horns with Tim Cain, Benny Shea, Nicki Tostevin and Tony Petroccito!

Come find out why this event has been packed every time – it’s so much fun! Bring the whole family – it’s a great reunion for the returning college students and everyone else.

KIDS WELCOME!

 

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Volunteers Needed for Events!

B. Someone who loves the Internet and would like to help get the word out about Community Center events by researching and posting to various community, arts and other sites.

C. An organizational genius who likes to set up filing systems, organize storage and otherwise help develop systems for stuff and information.

D. People who like to walk and check out the shops to help distribute event posters to local shops and boards and/or those in other parts of Marin.

E. Artists and designers who would like to upgrade our fliers or donate design for one of our larger events.

F. Be a community host for one of our events. See an event you think is great! Help us by inviting 10 of your friends and letting us use your name on our community host list in publicity.

G. Are you buff? Lift heavy things for a good cause -

For more information or inquiries about other ways to volunteer please call
Hannah at 488-8888 #253 or Email:
arts@sgvcc.org