FALLing into The Holidays: Performing Artists in Downtown Marshalltown
Join us in downtown Marshalltown as we Fall into the Holidays. You are invited to experience live performing artists two consecutive Friday evenings; Friday, November 6th and 13th from 6-7pm. Enjoy a Fall evening in downtown Marshalltown while listening to live performances and finish your evening by visiting our downtown shops and restaurants.
The performers will be located inside of the display windows at 119 E Main Street, previously Remix Dance Studio. The community is invited to experience the live performers by viewing from the sidewalk, ensuring safety for all.
Marshalltown Central Business District Executive Director, Deb Milizer, shared, “in a time where we face many challenges, it’s extraordinary to be able to safely enjoy performing arts in our downtown.”
Friday, November 6th
Marshalltown High School Music – enjoy an hour of cheery music from Marshalltown High School Music students, including the choir, band and orchestra.
Friday, November 13th
Nicholas Cooper, MHS Graduate – enjoy an hour of feel good music including jazz tunes and golden age Broadway.
“The Arts & Culture Alliance is a proud partner of the Marshalltown Central Business District to bring arts and culture to the heart of our community on a regular basis, says Executive Director, Amber Danielson. “We are dedicated to connecting the community with arts and culture on a regular basis in unique and unexpected ways. This is a way to showcase our talented local performing artists and musicians, while also bringing people into our downtown.”
For the health and wellbeing of everyone that attends, masks or facial coverings and social distancing is recommended.
The Arts & Culture Alliance, is a non-profit organization, created in 2004 to cultivate a community of arts and culture by supporting, promoting and enriching existing opportunities and by seeking new possibilities. Our mission allows us to focus on enhancing the quality of life in Marshalltown by making it a place in which arts and culture thrive and our community flourishes.
For more information or questions, please us at:
(641) 752-ARTS or firstname.lastname@example.org
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