Shasta County Arts Council welcomes new Director

Shasta County Arts Council welcomes Dena E. Brown as the new Executive Director!

Dena will be returning to the north state from Springfield, OR. Dena worked in Eugene and has had a career of varied experience first with commercial entities and, for the last 18 yrs., with non-profit organizations. Dena has her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in art from San Jose State University.

Welcome to Redding Dena!

April 5 through 9

Spring Theatre Academy
Looking for something fun and educational for your kids to do over spring break?
The WESTSIDE PERFORMING ARTS COMPANY’S Spring Theatre Academy is a theatre education camp for kids ages 7-18. Kids will learn skills in acting, singing, dancing and auditioning. The camp will conclude with a performance of children’s theatre pieces at the McLaughlin Theatre.
Singing, Dancing, Acting
9:00am – 2: 00pm
Cost: $199 + $10 costume fee
Limited scholarships available
Location: 1666 E. Cypress Ave. Redding
Performance on Friday evening, April 9th
Registration takes place first day of class at 9:00am at 1666 E. Cypress Ave., Redding
(530)515-7151
www.westsideperforming.com
Westside Performing Arts Company is a proud Auxiliary of the Shasta County Arts Council

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Friday, April 9

The Performing Arts Society Monthly Concert
Pianist Ned Kirk, formerly of Redding, will perform pieces by Beethoven, Debussy, Albeniz, and Liszt.  Concert is free, donations gratefully accepted.
Call 246-7198 for further info.
7:30pm
Old City Hall
1313 Market St.
Redding, CA

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Friday, April 9

Oaksong Music Society presents Joy Kills Sorrow
This young band has a new CD out with Signature Records entitled “Darkness Sure Becomes This City”
With its bold new brand of acoustic music, Joy Kills Sorrow pushes right through the envelope and out the other side. The Boston-based stringband brings a decidedly modern sensibility to an old-world sound, channeling the prodigious talents of its individual members into elegant arrangements and well-crafted songs. While the group pays due homage to its Bluegrass roots—its name refers to one of the first radio stations to broadcast the music of Bill Monroe—the band truly excels in its rich and textured treatment of more contemporary material.
8PM Door Opens at 7:30 - Tickets $18 each
Call Bernie’s Guitar 223-2040
3086 Bechelli Lane, Redding, CA
The Oaksong Music Society is a proud Auxiliary of the Shasta County Arts Council