23 Jan 2020


To Do: Weekend of January 22nd – 25th

Capital City Symphony performs a family concert at the Atlas Performing Arts Center Sunday afternoon

You guys, January is almost over! Great job. Let’s celebrate!

Tonight, catch a preview performance of Craig Wright’s Recent Tragic Events. Prologue Theatre is presenting the play at the Atlas Performing Arts Center. The story is set in New York City on September 12, 2001. The two main characters are on a blind date when one of them realizes that her sister has not yet been heard from though she would have had no reason to be in the World Trade Center. Preview tickets are available through the link and the show will run through February 16th.

Friday, Steadfast Supply is hosting a Sip and Shop from 7 to 9 p.m.
Shoppers will enjoy 10% off their entire purchase as well as complimentary drinks and light bite, while feeling good about supporting a small local business.

Saturday, the National Museum of the American Indian hosts Winter Blast: A Family Day of Fun and Games. Talibah Begay (Navajo) as she shares a traditional Navajo shoe guessing game, Leihua Stewart (Native Hawaiian) shares traditional Hawaiian games. Participants can learn to play Bolivian games with Julia Garcia (Aymara). Attendees can also participate in hands-on activities and crafts. The event is free and open to all. 10:30 a.m.-5 p.m.

Sunday, Capitol City Symphony presents Symphonic Dancing, a concert featuring the expressive, dance-like melodies of William Grant Still’s Danzas de Panama, and Scott Joplin’s The Entertainer and Maple Leaf Rag. This family friendly concert is appropriate fro all ages. Bring the little ones a half an hour before showtime so they can enjoy the hands-on Instrument Petting Zoo. Performances are at 3:30 and 5:30 p.m. and tickets are $15-$25.

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