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Homer Center for Arts suspends events through April 1

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Officials with the Homer Center for the Arts announced today (March 13) that all events and gatherings planned at the facility have been suspended through April 1.

The center says its now working diligently with agencies, artists, and program coordinators to effectively reschedule performance dates.

Those who have already purchased tickets to the following events may hold onto their tickets and they will be honored at the rescheduled dates.

Center officials will be notifying patrons and supporters of any further changes.

“Please have patience with us, and give us until Tuesday, March 17 to contact us with questions or concerns, as we sift through these changes and make adjustments to contracts and event dates,” said Executive Director Ty Marshal.


UPDATED OFFICE HOURS:

Tuesday – Friday 10:00am – 2:00pm
Phone: 607-749-4900
Email: info@center4art.org

CHANGES THROUGH APRIL 1. 2020

*Everlast
Original Date: 3/14/20
Reschedule Date: 3/13/21

*Buried Child, by Sam Shepard
presented by Center Players
Original Dates: March 20 – 27
Reschedule Dates: April 16- 26

*Art Gallery Opening
“Telling Stories”
Original Date: Friday, March 20
Reschedule Date: TBD

*Free Puppet Show with Lilypad Puppet Theater
(Alfonso’s Miniature Orchestra)
Original Date: March 21
Reschedule Date: TBD

*Al DiMeola Concert
Original Date: March 28
Reschedule Date: TBD

*Tab Benoit Concert
Original Date: March 29
Reschedule Date: July 2021


More from Ty Marshal, Sheila Ryan and the Center for the Arts Board of Directors:

“This world-wide event is unprecedented and despite postponements and rescheduling, we will stay in step with our mission, and will take our own “unprecedented” creative approaches to continuing to fulfill our mission and serve our community.

Please check our website, social media, and email newsletters regularly for updates, and technology-based “virtual” programming that we will present during this period. While we may not be able to gather in person at this time, thankful for modern technology, we can still present the arts in new and unprecedented ways.

Please join us in your continued support as we make these adjustments, in treating one another with kindness and care, and holding hope for a speedy resolution and for the well-being of our greater community.

With our respect and commitment,

Ty and Sheila
& the Center for the Arts Board of Directors”

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