Green Box Arts Festival offers weeks of music, dance, art, film in Colorado mountain town | Arts & Entertainment

Picture it: You and your favorite people exploring a sweet and shady tiny mountain town while being immersed in arts and culture.

You have only a short, 15-mile drive to make that vision a reality.

The Green Box Arts Festival is back in Green Mountain Falls, after the pandemic decimated most of its annual events last summer. And this year’s event clocks in at three weeks, much bigger than its heretofore 10-day schedule. There are dozens of activities to choose from, including arts camps for kids, concerts by The Reminders and Collective Groove, Sunday Sing-alongs with Colorado Springs Conservatory, ArtDesk

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Fitness Arts Center entertains with Irish dance in local, out-of-state venues – The Madison Record

MADISON – With COVID-19’s constraints drastically reduced, Fitness Arts Center has scheduled a wide range of classes and is planning for performances this fall in the art of Irish dancing.

Twelve years ago, owner Brandan Newman opened the studio. “When I moved here from out of state, I noticed there was a lack of anything to do with Irish dancing,” Newman said. “I had already been teaching for 10 years and had danced in a professional Irish dance company in Las Vegas when I was younger.”

“Opening my own dance school was a dream of mine. I was able to

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10 Best Art, Dance, Theater, and Music Events in June 2021

From Pride to Juneteenth, there’s lots to celebrate and commemorate this month. What better way to do so than through the arts and other cultural programming? The Brooklyn Academy of Music and Lincoln Center will both debut powerful productions involving theater and music dedicated to honoring Black lives lost, while virtual Pride programming will include a DJ set filmed around New York City. The Obama Portraits Tour will kick off in Chicago, marking the first of its five stops, while a virtual African dance festival, in-person art shows, and a free week of Quincy Jones’s concert video streaming-hub, Qwest TV,

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FestivALL presses on and continues to support local art, music, theater and dance | Features/Entertainment

CHARLESTON — FestivALL returns to Charleston on Sunday, June 13, bringing with it 10 days of art, music, theater and dance.

Following the pandemic, FestivALL is still scaled back from previous years, but does feature a mix of virtual and live events.

Here are a few highlights:

June 13

Sunrise Carriage Trail Walk with Music, Art & Dance: 1 to 4 p.m. Stroll the trail to the former Sunrise Museum and enjoy performances along the way by area artists and JADCO Contemporary Dance Company. Free. Walkers are advised to park downtown and walk across the South Side Bridge to the

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FestivALL presses on and continues to support local art, music, theater and dance | Arts & Entertainment

FestivALL returns to Charleston June 13, bringing with it 10 days of art, music, theater and dance.

Following the pandemic, FestivALL is still scaled back from previous years, but does feature a mix of virtual and live events.

Here are a few highlights:

June 13

The Sunrise Carriage Trail Walk with Music, Art & Dance

Stroll the trail to the former Sunrise Museum and enjoy performances along the way by area artists and JADCO Contemporary Dance Company.

Walkers are advised to park downtown and walk across the South Side Bridge to the trail or park at the top of the

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Dance to the music, soak up the art, or sip champagne to raise money for charity | St. Tammany community news

DANCE: There will be a free Mandeville Trailhead Pop-Up Party from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Friday, June 4, featuring the music of the six-piece party band Four Unplugged.

There will be food trucks on site at 675 Lafitte St., and attendees can bring small coolers (but no glass bottles), along with blankets and chairs. The city asks that attendees practice social distancing. 

It is the first of two pop-ups planned this month will replace the Spring Mandeville Live! concert series as a safe way to ease back into hosting the concerts during the pandemic. Drink concessions will be closed.

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