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Celebrating 25 Years Of coordinating support for the arts & humanities in the communities of Central Idaho.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

FALL CHILDREN'S THEATER AUDITIONS SEPTEMBER 11-13

Auditions for “The Lion King” are scheduled to be held September 11, 12, and 13 from 3:30pm - 5:30pm at Payette Lakes Middle School. Students ages 8 to 15 should choose one day to attend and bring a nonreturnable
photo of themselves. Parents will need to
sign kids in. Each audition session is limited to 20-25 students. Production dates will be mid-November, prior to Thanksgiving holiday.

AUDITION FORM

THE ART & HEALING POWER OF THE TIBETAN SINGING BOWL

Free presentation by international artist Lifang Huang. Join us Wednesday, September 20th at the McCall Public Library.

barn concert: oct. 21st


Mark your calendars and plan to join us at the barn in Roseberry on October 21st for a benefit for the MAHC, Long Valley Preservation Society, and the Folklore Society. This famly-friendly event is $20 per person. Music starts at 7:00pm with Ava Honey as the caller.

GET INVOLVED

Membership in the McCall Arts & Humanities Council directly supports local youth art programs and accessible educational opportunities for everyone, all while saving 15% on all MAHC-offered classes and VIP access to members-only lectures and events! There are several ways to get involved with MAHC:

 become a member

 DONATE

 VOLUNTEER


Mccall Arts & Humanities Council Inc

THANK YOU!

A BIG thank you to everyone who participated in our summer events and classes! Art School, Creative Campus and Kaleidoscope were all a huge success. Thank you to everyone for making these programs possible!

STAY CONNECTED

THE MCCALL ARTS AND HUMANITIES COUNCIL MISSION

The mission of the McCall Arts and Humanities Council is to nurture a community rich in culture, creativity, and imagination by providing people of all ages access to educational and inspirational programs.

Since 1989, the McCall Arts & Humanities Council has existed to help people “flex their imaginations.” Like a physical muscle, a strong imagination must be stretched and conditioned to be most effective. The arts and humanities matter because they engage our imaginations, allowing us to interpret the past, envision the future, and form a foundation for critical thought and pioneering ideas. By flexing our imaginations, we ultimately exercise our own humanity.

The McCall Arts and Humanities Council is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Donations to the MAHC are tax-deductible.

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