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Chocolate Festival 2020

Chocolate Festival 2020

Apr 4, 11:00am - Apr 4, 3:00pm

Historic Masonic Theatre and Masonic Amphitheatre510 Main StreetClifton Forge, VA24422 Map

SAVE THE DATE!!

The 14TH Annual Art of Chocolate Festival
Sponsored by the Alleghany Highlands Arts and Crafts Center Saturday, April 4, 2020 from 11 am – 3 pm

This event takes place throughout the Historic Masonic Theatre.
Pick up a BAKING ENTRY FORM at the Alleghany Highlands Arts and Craft Center, and enter your best cake, cookies, brownies, candies/fudge, pies, cupcakes or wild card recipe in the competition.
Along with the competition, there will be tasting tables and a silent auction will offer many interesting items. There will also be an exhibit of original art panels about chocolate that promises unique expressions and ideas by area artists. Many other activities have been scheduled and more information will be forthcoming soon. The Chocolate Festival, which has been held for 13 years, serves as the major fundraiser for the AHACC Artist in Education Residency program. The Center uses the funds to bring in outstanding professional artists to our community to work in the classrooms with students and teachers at Covington and Alleghany High School. Save the date and plan to join the fun!


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An Evening with Buddy Holly: featuring Robbie Limon

An Evening with Buddy Holly: featuring Robbie Limon

Apr 5, 4:00pm - Apr 5, 6:00pm

Historic Masonic Theatre and Masonic Amphitheatre510 Main StreetClifton Forge, VA24422 Map

Robbie Limon won critical acclaim for his uncanny ability to replicate the vocal characteristics of period singers. Robbie has wowed audiences throughout the east coast and won numerous awards for his work in the syndicated theatrical productions of stage musicals about Buddy Holly.

This performance is based on a true story, happening in Greenwich Village, New York, in the late months of 1958. The audience is present during Buddy's band rehearsal as he prepares for the mid-western cavalcade of performers known as The Winter Dance Party of 1959. The stage vibe is intimate as Buddy's dialogue is totally directed at the audience; the tone is conversational and responsive to questions raised during the pre-show warm-up.

The show's premise provides context for an evening of Holly favorites as well as those of the Everly Brothers and Little Richard. Are we joking? No, these artists were friends of Buddy and he pays tribute to these influences in the show. This unique format is certain to give an inside look at a life which has been described as “eighteen months of fame and generations of influence”.

This performance is part of the SONA Bank Concert Series.

Tickets: Tickets: Main Orchestra: $25; Rear Orchestra and Front Balcony: $20; Rear Balcony: $15; Box Seats: $35.
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