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On March 4, marking a pinnacle achievement in CCT’s history, guests will be invited to experience a unique “station to station” format at the event where they will move throughout the building enjoying food, drinks and sneak peeks of the type of programming the public will be engaged in – from aerial circus arts and campfire songs to animation and multi-cultural dance to maker’s space and STEAM instruction.
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Enjoy a cocktail in one of several staged lounges, participate in an epic auction and be one of the first community members to experience the profound symbolism and substance of a former police station becoming a true community arts epicenter.

 

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Summer Camp – Enrollment extended through FridayJune 20, 2017

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Families & Critics Love Pinocchio!May 3, 2017

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