The 2017 Evening with the Arts – “Mad for the Markay” – will be held Saturday, May 20, 2017 at the Jackson Area YMCA beginning at 7p.m.
Entertainment will be provided by “The Menus,” a Cincinnati-based rock ’n’ roll cover band. They will play your favorites from artists such as John Mellencamp, The Doors, Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, and The Beetles, along with some weird and wacky antics to keep the crowd rolling.
Included with your ticket is delicious food and desserts catered by The Wounded Goose and a gourmet coffee bar provided by The Spot on Main. A cash bar will be available featuring craft beer selections from Sixth Sense Brewing Company, as well as a variety of wines. A live art auction, a silent auction, and the traditional “Match Pack” and AL Terry Jewelry Chest will round out the evening.
“This year we have a “Mad Hatter / Alice in Wonderland” theme,” said Debra Shumate, 2017 Evening With the Arts Committee Chair. “We hope the community will come out and have a great time, while raising funds to continue the wonderful programming of the Southern Hills Arts Council and the Markay Cultural Arts Center. I have a great planning committee this year who are working hard to make sure everyone who attends has a fabulous time! We are keeping traditional favorites like the art auction, match pack, and the AL Terry Jewelry Chest, while introducing new entertainment and more variety in food and drinks.”
Tickets are $30/person advance purchase, $40/person at the door, or $275 for a reserved table of 8. Tickets can be purchased at the Walnut Hills Neighborhood Box Office located inside the Markay (open Wednesdays through Fridays 12-5 p.m.), by calling 740.577.3841, or online at http://markaytickets.org .
Thank you to our Red Queen Sponsors – The LOCAL Gallery, Holzer Health System, and AL Terry Jewelers, as well as all of our other sponsors and donors. For more information about the 2017 Evening with the Arts or the Southern Hills Arts Council, please visit http://www.southernhillsartscouncil.org .
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