Thursday, March 10, 2011

Benefit Concert for Camas Schools Music Programs

The Liberty Theatre in downtown Camas is opening its doors again and kicking things off as the host for a three-day movie and concert event to benefit the Camas Schools Music Program. The events are organized by the Camas Educational Foundation and the Downtown Camas Association.

Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, the events begin on Thursday, March 17, with a 6:00 PM showing of the 1959 Walt Disney Classic “Darby O’Gill and the Little People.” Tickets for the movie are $2.

On Friday, March, 18, come join in the fun with the sing-a-long version of “Grease”! Showtimes are at 5:30 and 8:00 PM for this event and tickets are still only $2!

Starting at 4:00 PM on Saturday, March 19, come see great talent from across the Camas School District as well as local musicians donating their time and musical talent. Performances showcased during this event will include the Liberty Middle School Choir, talent from Hayes Freedom High School, and two bands comprised of CHS students: Julia’s Misfortune and Storm Runner. Entertainment will also be provided by Jon Hecox, James Kerridge, The Go project, and Social Gravy. An All Day pass (4 – 10 PM) will cost $5 which includes specials at participating downtown business.

The following links will provide more information about the events, how to purchase tickets, or make a donation to give all kids an opportunity to learn music.

Camas Educational Foundation
Liberty Theatre

The Liberty Theatre is located at 315 NE 4th Ave., Camas, and can be reached at 360-859-9555.