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Occoquan begins Concerts at the Mill May 21

The Town of Occoquan's free concert series in River Mill Park kicks off Saturday, May 21, with returning artist Cheley Tackett entertaining listeners with her own brand of Americana music, according to Mayor Earnie Porta.

New event: Black Music Month celebration in June

The Prince William County Arts Council invites the community to attend Poetry and Music Out Loud and In The Park: A Black Music Month Celebration on Sunday, June 5 from 3 - 7 PM at the Jean C. Smith Amphitheater inside Locust Shade Park. The park is located at 4701 Locust Shade Dr., Triangle, VA 22172.

Angelina Seamster to be featured on cello at MSO’s final concert of season

Angelina Seamster, Colgan High School senior, will be the featured cello soloist performing Haydn’s Cello Concerto No. 1 in C Major. Miss Seamster participates in the Fine and Performing Arts program at Colgan High School, and has been performing with the MSO since she was in the 8th grade.

Nominations open for next PWC Poet Laureate

Prince William County Arts Council and the Poet Laureate Circle invite poets and poetry lovers to nominate the next Prince William County Poet Laureate. Nominations are due by June 15, 2022. Self-nominations are encouraged, others are accepted.

24 winners use art to communicate the value of water in PWCSA annual contest

Twenty-four local high school students received awards during the Prince William County Service Authority’s 2022 Water Art Invitational on Thursday, March 10.

Jewell Pratt Burns art scholarship to resume

The Prince William Art Society is resuming its Jewell Pratt Burns Art Scholarship following a two-year hiatus necessitated by the pandemic, a press release said.

Fauquier Community Theatre’s, SHOAH, continues Feb. 4-6

Fauquier Community Theatre continues its world premiere of SHOAH adapted for stage by Dr. Harry Kantrovich from Claude Lanzmann’s documentary about the Holocaust.

Jacquemin Family Foundation makes $1 million pledge to support Hylton Center

John Jacquemin and his wife, Tracie Jacquemin, have made a $1 million five-year pledge from the Jacquemin Family Foundation to support the Hylton Performing Arts Center’s building fund and the center’s permanent endowment in Prince William County.

Piedmont Regional Art Show to be held Oct. 22-24 in The Plains for 73rd year

The show is a fundraiser for the church and as a showcase for area artists to exhibit their work. There is a Friday night gala on Oct. 22 (admission $15 per person, free to artists and sponsors) from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. The show is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 23 and from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 24 to view the entries. Admission is free. Proof of a COVID vaccination or negative PCR test within 72 hours is required of those attending the show or gala.

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