Upcoming Events

May 2016

Gallery Coffeehouse: Meet the Artist: KAREN COLEMAN

Meet botanical artist Karen Coleman and learn more about her artistic process and vision. Coffee, in a real mug, included.
Tickets: $8/person Pay At Door
Sunday, May 22, 2016 @ 6:30 PM

June 2016

Paul Reisler & Three Good Reasons

Paul Reisler has written more songs than the Beatles, Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, and Stephen Foster combined—somewhere north of 3,500 compositions. Well-known for his band Trapezoid, he has also written songs with tens of thousands of children through his Kid Pan Alley project and has collaborated with Grammy winning songwriters as well. The Paul Reisler Trio will feature Marshall Keys on sax and vocalist Lea Morris. The Washington Post said, “his songs climb up the Blue Ridge and down to the bayou and back up the Himalayas.”
Tickets: $15 All seats

Max Major "Think Again"

Magic, Mentalism and Hypnosis Event. Three time recipient of Performance of the Year, Max Major will use a combination of magic, psychology, hypnosis and suggestion to demonstrate the untapped powers of the mind.
Tickets: $25 - $75

Last Ham Standing Comedy Improv Show

Don’t miss this hilarious show full of laughs for the entire family. A group of talented performers take suggestions from the audience to create wacky scenes and funny improv games. If you like Whose Line Is It Anyway? You’ll love Last Ham Standing…the other comedy meat!
Tickets: $12/Adults, $10/Seniors, $8/Kids

Western Loudoun Artists Studio Tour

The Western Loudoun Artists Studio Tour offers a weekend of art, shopping and relaxation. Visit the studios of over 60 talented artists as you wind through the scenic countryside and historic villages of western Loudoun County. Enjoy paintings, pottery, jewelry, photography, fiber, sculpture and more!

Franklin Park Arts Center will be hosting 9 artists during the tour weekend. Take this unique opportunity to talk personally with the artists, purchase artwork, view demonstrations and exhibits, or win a door prize!

Love, He Called It

"Love, He Called it" is an original play written by two emerging playwrights in Loudoun County, Christian Jost and Sean Phillips. The show is about young love, jealousy, and revenge. The main character, Ethan, develops a crush, which quickly becomes an obsession and progresses to a dangerous point. This modern take on the "stalker" thriller genre would be rated "R" for its language and adult theme/content and is not appropriate for children.
Tickets: $10/person Pay at door
Friday June 24, Saturday, June 25, 2016 @ 7:30 pm Sunday, June 26, 2016 @ 2:00 pm

Gallery Coffeehouse: Eli Pafumi

Eli Pafumi has been playing and writing since he was in grade school His love of old school blues, classic rock, and folk, paired with his continuous exploration of composers, new instruments and upcoming songwriters, has allowed Eli to become a musician with unique voice of his own. Winner of the Bring It! 2014 talent competition and the Loudoun YouthFest Battle of the Bands, Eli released his debut album Finding North in February of 2016 Coffee included,in a real mug!
Tickets: $8/person Pay at door
Sunday, June 26, 2016 @ 6:30PM

Main Street Theater Productions presents: Sleeping Beauty

Main Street’s Summer Camp production of the musical Sleeping Beauty KIDS (30 Minute Version for Young Performers) will delight audiences of all ages. It's Princess Aurora's sixteenth birthday, and three fairies - Flora, Fauna and Merryweather - must use their magic to save her from the spell of evil sorceress Maleficent! The fairies ensure that Aurora only falls into a deep sleep that can be ended with a kiss from her betrothed, Prince Phillip. To prevent Phillip from rescuing Aurora, Maleficent kidnaps and imprisons him. The good fairies are the last hope to free Phillip so that he can awaken Aurora.

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