The Corry Area Arts Council will be hosting a dinner concert on January 20th, 2018, at 6:30 PM at the St. Elizabeth’s Center in Corry!
Join us as we celebrate the hard work and dedication of our guests of honor, Jim Mehs and Norma Lloyd, who have each dedicated so much time and effort to the Corry Area Arts Council and the Corry Area Arts Council Auxiliary, respectively. Their tireless efforts leading our community organizations for many years did not go unnoticed, and without them, we would not be where we are today. While we keep an eye to the future, we want to look back and thank those who got us here.
Tickets will be available soon for $25 at many downtown retailers The Painted Finch, Creative Projects Music Shop, Little Annie’s, and Something Special. Members of the arts council are entitled to a discounted rate of just $15, For these discounted tickets, you can speak with an Arts Council member directly, <a href=”https://m.me/CorryAreaArtsCouncil” target=”_blank”>send us a message on Facebook</a>, or you can RSVP directly to the Arts Council by sending payment and the names of attendees to P.O. Box 198, Corry, PA 16407, and make checks payable to Corry Area Arts Council, Inc. All RSVP’s must be received by January 12th.
The evening’s entertainment and dinner music will be provided by The Presque Isle Quintet.
Dinner will include chicken cordon bleu, roast beef, tossed salad, baked potatoes, green beans, dessert, and more!
The annual meeting of the Corry Area Arts Council will take place at 5:30. We will discuss progress on upcoming planned events and any member of the Arts Council will be able to participate in discussions. A cheese and crackers reception will begin at 6:00, and dinner will be served at 6:30. Arrive in groups and arrive early to claim a table for your own and sit with your friends!
This event is sponsored in part by Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, and the Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts grant, facilitated by Erie Arts and Culture. We thank them for their continued support of the Corry Area Arts Council.
Look for our flyers downtown!