The search for a new, permanent home has reached an exciting conclusion for the Clifton Cultural Arts Center. The community arts center will remain in Clifton, just a half mile south of its original location, with a newly constructed home in the heart of the neighborhood.
There’s still no sign of snow on snow, but that also means there’s no excuse for not getting out and enjoying the events offered us this week. As usual, there’s plenty of it, so let us help you winnow your options.
The unkindest cut comes Sunday, the saddest day of the year – aka, the day daylight saving time ends. Add to the brew in the cauldron the goblins of All Hallows Eve on Thursday, and it adds up to a frightful week indeed. We’ve got just the antidote, though: a bubbling mix of carefully selected arts and culture events.
Ahh, summer. Time to take the music outside. But forget the high-priced national touring acts. Here’s a sampling of local alternatives for putting the musical sizzle in summer – many of them completely free.
This week is proof that some of the biggest events can come in the smallest packages. Whether it’s a museum or a movie for the little ones, the personal connection of music performed just feet away or the beauty seen in small pieces of art, we have an event that’s just the right size for you.
Repeat after us: Pay no attention to the falling snow. It’s spring. It’s really spring. Whatever Mother Nature’s capricious weather, there are still plenty of great reasons to get out of the house this week for great arts offerings. In particular, although Holy Week doesn’t start until Sunday, Easter-themed programs are popping up like daffodils.