According to PACA President, Amelia McIntyre, the association will hold it’s annual meeting Monday, April 24th at 5:30 pm. This year’s theme is “Step Forward for the Arts”. The meeting will be held at the Pickens County Administration Building community room. The public is invited to attend. There is no charge.
Homemade chili, soup,and cornbread will be available at 5:30 and the meeting will begin at 6:00 pm. There will be an overview of the year and a peek into the future.
Get ready to enjoy a hilarious show with a Christmas theme and something fun for the whole family. Dad and daughter Beth are getting ready to feed the extended family on Christmas Eve. Mom is stuck at the airport trying to get home from Vermont. Aunt Rose and Uncle Leo are bickering. Aunt Bunny is into everything and Uncle Bud is wishing he was somewhere else, while their daughter, Tracy, is just bored with the whole thing. Sound pretty typical so far? So there’s a busybody neighbor, cute blue-hair boyfriend, his little sister, the friendly neighborhood cop and… DING-DONG! …. WHO’S THAT AT THE DOOR? Well, that’s when the whole show gets really crazy, so you’ll have to come see for yourself.
Blossoming Arts and Culture All Around!
Tuesday, April 26, 2016, 6PM-7:30PM
Join your neighbors at the Pickens Arts and Cultural Alliance Annual Meeting on April 26th to hear from many different voices in the community. Art, music, theater, literature, history, natural history, culinary, dance, fiber arts, photography, pottery, and more – PACA supports the community bouquet. Learn what local individuals and organizations did in 2015, and what is in the works for 2016.
Members (only!) will vote on the four new PACA board members. You can renew your $5 Annual Membership onsite!
If you’re not sure whether you’ve kept your membership up to date, no problem – we’ll look you up on our list when you get there.
Same venue as last year: Pickens Room, downstairs at the county administration building, 1266 E. Church Street. We’ll have signs and guides to show the way, or come in the side entrance at the bottom level.
Your PACA Board,
Ed Brackin – Cliff Brooks – Mike Davis – Becky Denney – Jaci Evans – Pat Jewell – Audrey Kristen-Lewis – Amelia McIntyre – Crystal Merrell – Heather Poole – Jamie Rosenthal
Join us in celebrating the 2016 Spring Quarter Featured Artist Get To The Pointe Dance Center (GTTP) on April 24, 2016.
Owned by Carla Jarrett and Lauren Bail, this studio opened in 2009 in Jasper. In 2015, they built and opened a new location on Noah Drive, near Johnny’s Pizza. Currently, GTTP offers classes to over 230 students in Ballet, Pointe, Lyrical, Tap, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Creative Movement, Musical Theatre, and Kinderdance.
PACA will host a reception for GTTP on Sunday, April 24th, at 2PM-4PM. Refreshments will be served and tours of the new building offered. Visitors will have the chance to see a few dancers during the event too.
The location is 575 Noah Drive, Jasper, GA 30143.
Learn more about Get To The Pointe and their offerings by visiting www.gettothepointedance.com
Join us Thursday, January 21st, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Woodbridge Inn to celebrate Pickens County chef, author, and TV personality Hans Rueffert. There will be a Q&A session with Hans to hear and learn about what led him to be the celebrity chef.
Light hors d’oeuvres will be served. Make plans to stay and treat yourself to dinner with Hans and the Woodbridge Inn rrestaurant afterward.
Persistence, determination, talent and an abundance of faith are words that come to mind when I think of Justin Davis. A big man with a big heart, Davis is one of Pickens’ great success stories.
Davis spent his early years in Tate, moving to Jasper while still in school.
He began piano lessons when he was in sixth grade. He recalls that Bay Cagle was his first teacher. He joined a youth choir and a band. During his high school days, he played strings, piano and percussion while developing a beautiful tenor singing voice. Continue reading