Archive - Jun 2011 - Outlook
Four musicals, a Shakespeare classic and a â€śback by popular demandâ€ť comedy highlight the Hickory Community Theatreâ€™s 2011-12 season.
Leading the fun on the Jeffers Theater main stage is the timeless classic musical â€śThe Sound of Musicâ€ť in September. It is followed by â€śDisneyâ€™s The Jungle Book â€”Kidsâ€ť showing in October.
When the news broke about 10-year-old Zahra Baker, a city reeled in shock and pain. Soon, shock waves resounded throughout the world as millions learned of her death and dismemberment.
A Hickory teenager, deeply moved, wrote a song for Zahra.
Catawba County Agri-tourism Day will be held Saturday, June 18. The day offers free family fun, self-guided tour of Catawba County farms and farm-related events.
The Agri-tourism Day is made possible with funding support from the North Carolina Agricultural Development and Farmland Preservation Trust Fund. Agricultural District signs are located on farmlands where the farmers committed to preserve the agricultural way of life.
Hickory Museum of Art has a fun, exciting way for children to spend some time this summer and develop their creativity in a fun and stimulating environment.
The week-long, half-day Art Camps explore a variety of media. What better setting to learn, make art and have fun than at an art museum? Youth Educator Ginny Zellmer has been with HMA for 13 years. During her time there, art camp classes — which were in place before she came to the Museum — have grown in popularity, and in what is offered.