The Hunts are coming to Orange City Saturday, Feb. 25 – for a 7:30 p.m. show at the MOC-Floyd Valley auditorium. They’re a family of nine whose performances cover a wide spectrum of musical genres, ranging from Celtic to country to rock and include a diverse repertoire of original compositions. Champion fiddling is mixed with […]
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Give tickets/ gift certificates for Arts Council happenings! Tom Hunter (jazz, blues, gospel: Jan. 20). The Hunt Family (fiddles, piano, guitar, vocals, step-dancing: Feb. 25). Opera Iowa (The Magic Flute: Feb. 28). Great gifts for friends, parents, grandparents, children. Purchase by Dec. 21 to get 10 percent off ticket prices. Call or email for details. […]
Onstage Orange City mini questionnaire… fall 2011 Thanks to everyone who helped make Onstage Orange City 2011 a success! Would you give your input? Thanks!!! Email to OCArts@orangecityiowa.com Deadline: November 23, 2011 1. What were the positives about Onstage Orange City 2011? 2. What could be improved? 3. Do you have suggestions of groups for […]
Begin at the entrance to the Orange City Public Library, and walk around the art exhibit… reading the new children’s book, The Juggler, while viewing the whimsical original artwork. The author, Jeanette Hopkins of Sioux City, and the artist, Stormy Mochal of Dubuque, were on hand for a reception Friday… but the exhibit will be […]
Orange City – The Glee Handbell Choir from Meiji Gakuin Higashimurayama High School in Tokyo performed in Orange City July 26, sponsored by the Orange City Arts Council and Northwestern College. The ensemble, under the direction of Mr. Takanobu Onoda and Mr. Kazuyoshi Inagaki, performed at Landsmeer Ridge Retirement Community and Northwestern’s Christ Chapel, and […]
ORANGE CITY – The Glee Handbell Choir from Tokyo, one of Japan’s leading handbell choirs, will perform in Orange City Tuesday, July 26. The performance has been moved from DeWitt Theatre to a larger facility, the Northwestern College Christ Chapel, and will begin at 7:30 p.m. The ensemble will perform classical and […]
Summer Suites – music, art and sweets in two backyard gardens & an art gallery – will be held Monday, July 25 beginning at 6:30 p.m. in Orange City. Featured in the “progressive concert” will be the Not-Yet-Famous Bassoon Band and vocalist Rob Meerdink singing pop classics – in the gardens of Sue & Gregg […]
ORANGE CITY – The Orange City Arts Council named three new board members this week: Becky Kleinwolterink, Teresa Miller, and Mark Volkers, all of Orange City. Kleinwolterink is the former owner of Gallery 110 and a member of the Onstage Orange City committee. Miller is a CPA with Van Bruggen & Vande Vegte, P.C. Volkers […]
ORANGE CITY – Jon Haverdink took first place at Orange City’s Got Talent!, the local talent show sponsored by the Orange City Arts Council. The show was held on a rainy June 9 in the Orange City town hall, in conjunction with the city’s community appreciation meal and the mayor’s announcement of Orange City’s new […]
“Flora of our Place: Interpretations” A Call for Entries Monday, July 25, 2011 Northwestern College Korver Visual Arts Center Orange City, IA Submission Deadline: June 30, 2011 Sponsors: Orange City Arts Council & Northwestern Art Department THE EXHIBITION Regional artists (from within a 300-mile radius of Orange City, IA) are invited to submit work to […]
The mission of Orange City Arts is to enrich our community by showcasing artists, facilitating arts education and supporting local creative talent.