Tuesday, May 7, 2013
The Parkland Festival of the Arts is looking for contestants to perform in its first 'Parkland's Got Talent' competition.
The Parkland Festival of the Arts, which will be holding its first "Parkland's Got Talent" competition, is looking for contestants—and they do not have to be students. The festival will be held May 16-18 at Parkland High School. Mark A Stutz, director of visual and performing arts at Parkland High School, said they are looking for adults or college students from the district to compete in Parkland's Got Talent, which will be held at 7 p.m. May 17 at the high school. "Jugglers, dancers, magicians, etc. are all welcome to submit a YouTube video or a CD/DVD," Stutz wrote in an e-mail. Interested participants should send their CD/DVD or a YouTube link to the Department of Visual & Performing Arts, Attn: Parkland's Got Talent, 2700 N. Cedar …
Monday, May 21, 2012
The sun shone Saturday for Parkland School District's Festival of the Arts at the high school. The festival, which ran from Thursday to Saturday, featured Parkland students and community members taking part in visual and performing arts.
Friday, May 18, 2012
Patch to the rescue! There's a lot of ways to enjoy the weekend -- in and around South Whitehall Patch.
Friday, May 18, 2012
1. Parkland's Festival of the Arts When/Where: Friday and Saturday, May 18 and May 19, on the grounds of Parkland High School. Why Go: A '50s-inspired dinner theater show and Battle of the Bands on Friday night; jazz, food, arts, crafts and some 50 Disney characters on parade on Saturday! And a chance to do good. There will be a bone marrow drive from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday for former English teacher John Ritter. Pricing: A lot is free, but you can also buy raffle tickets, food and crafts. 2. Four Mile Walk/Run When/Where: 9 a.m. Saturday, May 19, at St. Joseph the Worker Parish Center. Sponsored by St. Joseph the Worker Knights of Columbus. Race day registration begins at 7:30 a.m. Why Go: Get exercise, raise money, win awards, cheer…
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Parkland High School's Festival of the Arts gets under way Thursday, May 17, and continues through Saturday, May 19, with music, arts and food.
Patch was on hand as Parkland High School students and teachers gave a preview of its annual Festival of the Arts, which gets under way Thursday, May 17, and continues through Saturday, May 19. The festival, on the grounds of the high school, will offer the public a mix of arts and entertainment, including a '50s inspired dinner theater, a Disney character parade, food tastings ("Eat This, Not That"), a Battle of the Bands, an American Girl Doll fashion exhibit, art show and chorus concert. Festivities are scheduled over three days.
Friday, May 4, 2012
Parkland's ninth annual community event will feature a Disney character parade, American Girl Fashions, art and entertainment.
Friday, May 4, 2012
Parkland's Festival of the Arts returns May 17-19 to the grounds of the high school, offering the public a mix of arts and entertainment, including old favorites, such as a '50s inspired dinner theater, and new events, such as a Disney character parade. The ninth annual festival will also feature food tastings, a Battle of the Bands, an American Girl Doll fashion exhibit, art show and chorus concert. Here's a schedule of events: Thursday, May 17: * Parkland High School Student Art show, from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the art suite. Free. * Family and Consumer Science Art of Living show, from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. There will be free food tastings and fashion displays, compliments of Family & Consumer Science students. * Parkland High School …
Monday, May 16, 2011
Parkland's eighth annual community event focuses on visual, performing arts.
The eighth Annual Festival of the Arts gets under way Thursday at Parkland High School, as the campus off N. Cedar Crest Boulevard is transformed into an arts mecca with music, dance performances, arts displays and food, including a '50s-inspired Stardust Diner. More than 900 works of student art from Parkland School District’s 11 schools, performances by 250 students and an “instrument petting zoo” that will introduce youngsters to a variety of musical instruments will round out the family-oriented event. The three-day festival, which is free and open to the public, goes through Saturday at 4 p.m. The idea for the festival came about when Mark Stutz, director of Visual and Performing Arts, was interviewing for the position he now holds. “…