At the October 12 meeting of the Madison County Arts Council, board members and guests were treated to a presentation by the Madisonville FFA Ag Issues team lead by Lynita Foster. The title of the presentation was “Half Full or Half Empty – The Bedias Creek Reservoir”.
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“All children grow up, except one.” Peter’s sudden arrival into the lives of Wendy, John and Michael is the beginning of a thrilling adventure. Together they embark on a fantastical flight to the Never Land, a magical place of vivid dangers and unsettling beauty. There they meet the Lost Boys, a horde of pirates, and the wickedest villain of all time.
This is J. M. Barrie’s rarely produced original fantasy – the inspiration for all other versions – and still, by far, the strangest and best. Recommended for general audiences, children over six.
The Madison County Arts Council is proud to be a sponsor of this one of a kind production by the Madisonville High School Theatre Department.
The Madisonville High School Theatre Department will be presenting us with “Peter Pan” this coming school year. We are going to be performing the ultimate act of flying, and for that we are doing numerous fundraisers to help raise money. The Madison County Arts Council has already made a donation, but we are still in need of funds. Along with the car washes and movie nights we have already hosted, we are holding two Theatre Camps next week; an acting camp and a Technical Theatre camp. Starting next Monday July 12 at 8:00 am, the cost is $50.00 per student. We will also be selling ads for the program to raise money.
These pictures were taken September 24, when Arts Council Members Kim Davis and Janet Mock helped Sandy Dodson with 1st and 2nd grade students from Madisonville Elementary School. The lesson for this class was “Color Mixing.”
Art in the Schools
Sponsored by Madison County Arts Council
September 24, 2008