March 25th – April 1st Beauty and the Beast, art, and classical guitar

Beauty and the Beast

Performed by a cast of young actors aged 6-12. This is a charming, inspirational adaptation of the well known story; the Enchanted Garden, an evil old witch, a prince who gets turned into a Beast, his humble maidservant, and of course the beautiful maiden who falls in love and magically returns the Beast to a prince.  Center for the Creative Arts, March 26th, 2 p.m. 



Art À La Carte: Abstract Landscape Painting

Enjoy an evening with local artist Xan Salas and learn how to paint an abstract landscape.  In abstract landscape painting, objects are not represented by pictures of themselves but rather by patterns, designs or splashes of color that give the general idea of what they may be.  Ian Salas will teach techniques that focus on color and form that translate into a very tasteful abstract landscape painting.  Biggs Museum of American Art, March 31st, 6 p.m.



Lovely, Still

The approach of Christmas causes Robert Malone (Martin Landau) to feel lonely in life and love. One snowy day he arrives home from his job at the grocery store to find a beautiful stranger named Mary (Ellen Burstyn) standing in his home. What begins as an odd and awkward encounter quickly blossoms into what appears to be a romantic late-life love affair.  Movies at Midway, March 25th, 7 p.m.



Classical guitarist David Russell

David Russell spends his time touring the world, appearing regularly at prestigious halls in main cities such as New York, London, Tokyo, Los Angeles, Madrid, Toronto or Rome. Concert-goers everywhere are in awe of Mr. Russell’s musical genius and inspired by his captivating stage presence.  Bethel United Methodist Church Hall, March 26th, 8 p.m.

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