Toddler Friday at Harris Arts Center. 2nd Friday of the Month from 10: 30 a. m. - noon. Join us for story time, music and hands- on art. Program is designed for children up to age 5. Nonmembers pay $ 7 for first child, $ 5 for each additional. Members pay $5 for each child. Class WILL NOT meet the month of July. Week of July 22
Calhoun’s Got Talent - July 28 & August 4 at 7 p. m. at the Harris Arts Center. Fifteen contestants compete for top prizes of $ 1,000. Tickets are $ 20 per show, or $ 35 for a two- show package. Week of July 29
Calhoun’s Got Talent - July 28 & August 4 at 7 p. m. at the Harris Arts Center. Fifteen contestants compete for top prizes of $ 1,000. Tickets are $ 20 per show, or $ 35 for a two- show package. Week of Aug. 12
Resurrection: A Journey Tribute- Aug. 17 at The GEM Theatre. The GEM Theatre is thrilled to present Resurrection: A Journey Tribute. This fantastic show faithfully recreates the experience of a Journey concert from the band’s most prolific period, employing some of Nashville’s top musicians, many of whom have performed, written or recorded with both Journey and Steve Perry. Every show features one brillant hit single after another, offering the perfect blend of songs to enthrall all levels of Journey fans. The show is a triumphant consummation of talent combining incredible musicianship, the vocal precision ( and appearance) of the legendary Steve Perry, and a stage presence that has garnered the band nationwide acclaim, including perfromances at AT&T Park, home of the San Francisco Giants, and US Cellular Field, home of the Chicago White Sox. Tickets go on sale on Tuesday, April 10 at 4 pm. You can purchase these at our Box Office on Tuesday or Thursday from 4-6 pm or online at calhoungemtheatre. org.
Glen Templeton at The GEM Theatre on Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018 at 7: 30 p. m. Glen has developed a large fan following since he was handpicked in 2008 by Conway Twitty’s daughters to portray Twitty in a touring musical tribute to their father. “With more than 20,000 hopefuls auditioning for the part, they found a powerful voice capable of conveying many of the same qualities Conway had.” Early in his career, Glen developed a reputation as one of the best singer- songwriters playing shotgun bars and honky tonks in Nashville. That talent has propelled him to bigger stages such as The Grand Ole Opry and The Ryman. Now you can hear him in at the GEM in Georgia. Tickets go on sale on Tuesday, April 10 at 4 pm. You can purchase at our Box Office on Tuesday or Thursday from 4-6 pm or online at calhoungemtheatre. org.