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Family Festival: England
Experience a traditional English pub setting, sample scones at an afternoon tea, and take part in the many fun activities shared by area residents who hail from across the pond. Family Festivals is a fun-filled cultural series featuring performances, art-making activities, demonstrations, storytelling, authentic food, and so much more.
Festive Fridays: The Bluetones (Motown)
Local rhythm and blues/Motown favorite brings a Detroit groove to a night of feel-good classics that will have everyone showing the dance floor some love. Live music and dancing, complimentary snacks, a cash bar, dance instruction, plus fabulous exhibitions to explore make Festive Fridays a complete package that is more fun than should be allowed in one night. Doors open at 6:15.
STEP AFRIKA!, African American Stepping
Like a tap dance without shoes, or a band without instruments, stepping is percussive dance that uses kicks, stomps, claps, and chants – all linked to African and modern dance traditions. As the first professional company devoted to stepping, Washington, DC’s world-renowned Step Afrika! brings high-energy performance to the stage: a feast for both the eyes and ears.
A Kodachrome Christmas, starring John McGivern
Written and Directed by Pat Hazell Thursday–Saturday, December 11–13, 7:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, December 13 and 14, 2:00 p.m. Enter the colorful world of cable access TV hostess Earlene Hoople (John McGivern), the self-proclaimed “Queen of Rural Media,” as she tapes her Christmas special in front of a live audience. Letters to Mrs. Claus, an outrageous family slide show, fresh-baked snickerdoodles, and a visit from the church hand bell choir set the stage for a picture-perfect evening of theatre. Buckle up, because Earlene is dangerously close to crafting her way out of her mind and into your heart this holiday season.
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