Community Bulletin: Sept. 24
Children’s theater auditions are Monday
Calling all kids: Quincy Valley Allied Arts is looking for school-age children to try out for its upcoming children’s theater performance.
Auditions for “Fun on 42nd Street” are 6 p.m. on Monday at the Quincy High School Performing Arts Center.
The audition is a group audition for children in the third through 12th grades. Parents must accompany their students during the audition process.
No advance preparation is necessary.
Two performances will be held the first weekend of November. For more information, call Sherri Kooy at 787-5620.
Seniors: Chicken enchiladas on Thursday menu
The Quincy Senior Center has medical equipment it loans out to community members. Items available include walkers, shower chairs, toilet seat risers and canes.
To check for availability of an item or to borrow equipment, call 787-3231. Items may be picked up at the center, 522 F St. S.E.
On Thursday menu tonight are chicken enchiladas, Spanish rice, refried beans, Mexican salad and chocolate pudding.
Bridge winners were Barb Kennedy and Carole Richardson. Dominoes winners were Mark Owens and Dan Neumann. Pinochle winners were Jo Kniep and Betty Seader.
Masquers looking for actors of all ages
Auditions for “Christmas in the Land of Oz,” a production of the Masquers Theater, will be next week.
All ages are welcome to the auditions, which will be 7 p.m. on Oct. 2 and 2 p.m. on Oct. 3 at the theater, 322 Main Ave. in Soap Lake.
In this play, the Wicked Witch of the West becomes the grinch of the holiday season when she tries to steal Christmas from Munchkinland. It takes all your Wizard of Oz favorites – Dorothy and Toto, the Scarecrow, Tin Man, the Lion and the Munchkins – to bring the yuletide holiday back. In the process, the Tin Man recovers his sense of humor, the lonely Lion finds a lady companion and Dorothy finds the spirit of Christmas to take back to Kansas to Auntie Em and Uncle Henry.
Performances will begin on Dec. 4 and run through Dec. 13. For more information, contact 246-2611 or email@example.com.