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Join us Friday, May 8th for our Soundproofing Benefit Concert

Was our last blog post really in March?  My how time flies when you’re having fun! But right now we really want to make sure you are all aware of the fun coming up this Friday, May 8th!  That is the night we are kicking off our fundraising effort to soundproof the performance hall.

As you can see by our ever-growing list of events, we are always doing our best to bring great programming to our stage both in the Hall and in the cafe, but we are somewhat limited in our offerings because we currently have restrictions on the decibel levels allowed.  By soundproofing the space, we will be able to dramatically expand our event offerings. This is where you come in…  By attending our Soundproofing Benefit Concert THIS FRIDAY (5/8), you will be helping us towards our goal.  Tickets are $15/$12 students and can be purchased at the door or in advance here.
We are so excited for this night of world music featuring Esthema, Goli, and 35th Parallel.  We know it will be a night to remember and a great first step towards achieving our soundproofing goal.

New Year’s Resolution 2015, and MLK Day

New Year’s Resolution 2015: Write something, ANYTHING, on this fancy blog that’s built into our site, so easy to use, and yet somehow intimidating because blogging isn’t one of those things we’ve done a lot of. We post to Facebook and Twitter all the time to highlight upcoming events, but we want the blog to be more than just another version of our events calendar.

So we’ll try to write meaningful pieces, to review cool events or give you some insight into key happenings or the behind-the-scenes ticking of an arts center. Maybe we’ll succeed and maybe we won’t. But at least you won’t still be looking at the “Welcome to our new website” message, months after the website has launched. Fingers crossed…

For this first post… Just sharing that resolution (to make it a little more real) and letting you know that yes, the Cafe is open regular hours on Monday for MLK Day. Stop in, escape the cold, and grab a bite or a drink.

Happy New Year, from Arts at the Armory.