Annual Jubilee show, performance is in April

Annual Jubilee show, performance is in April

Jubilee, the Homer Council on the Arts’ annual celebration of youth art and performance, starts in April with a First Friday opening from 5-7 p.m. April 3 of the Jubilee Youth Visual Arts Exhibit at HCOA and other locations. Art submissions from students in grades K-12 are due March 27 at HCOA. All submissions are welcome.

The Jubilee Youth Performing Arts Show is 7 p.m. April 24 at the Mariner Theatre. Tickets will be on sale soon at The Homer Bookstore and HCOA, and at HomerArt.org. Tickets are $5 youth, $10 HCOA members and $15 general admission. Proceeds support the Youth Summer Fine Arts Scholarship Fund. Deadlines for the show are as follows: April 13, audition applications due; April 15, auditions, and April 22 and 23, rehearsals. Times will be announced.

Applications for the Youth Summer Fine Arts Scholarships are due March 30. Interviews are April 6 and 7, dance adjudication is April 15, and scholarships will be announced at the performing arts show. For more information, call HCOA at 235-4288 or visit homerart.org.

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