Remember the good 'ol days of sitting around the radio and listening to your favorite program?
The legendary Sons of the Pioneers are famous the world over for their unique cowboy harmony and musicianship which earned them the designation "National Treasure" by the Smithsonian Institute.Their timeless classics "Coo
The Brothers Four were pioneers in the "folk revival", and of the groups still performing today, they remain on of the best known and most popular.
The "Acrobats of China" bring an amazing new troupe of daring acrobats to perform a new show. Known for their colorful costuming and daring feats, as well as their breathtaking renditions of classic Chinese dance and human performance art, this c
True Western music brought to you by a true Western family. This family has been making music together since these three boys could fit their hands around a guitar neck. All now accomplished musicians, each member sings and plays multiple instru
Celebrate National friends of the library week at the Mysteries and More Sale October 26-27. Friday special is buy six hardbacks and get one free. Saturday special is $7.00 a bag - we provide the bag.
Begins at 5:00 P M, bring your own pumpkin. Prize for best pumpkin. Costume contest at 7:00 P M for all ages
American Bombshells, a modern day Andrew Sisters style trio, serve as Ambassadors of America's gratitude, traveling the globe with an All-American three-part harmony show that dazzles!
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in style with this Mexican and Latin themed concert! the CAC Community Choir and Bell Choir present their versions of much loved Latin music classics, and may even feature a guest artist or two!
Get up and dance to the music! Performing regularly since 2002, their Southwest Sound is a combination of Country music with a little old time rock and roll and a few popular standards. Don't feel like dancin'?
Get up and dance to the music! performing regularly since 2002, their Southwest Sound is a combination of County music with a little old time rock and roll and a few popular standards. Don't feel like dancin'?
Explore classic Concert Band music "Americana!" You'll tap your toes to a Suite of Old American Dances and a John Philip Sousa march, and revel in the spirit of American jazz, and more!
Underwater Dreams, written and directed by Mary Mazzio, and narrated by Michael Pena, is an epic story of how the sons of undocumented Mexican Immigrants learned how to build an underwater robot from Home Depot parts.
Jana Bommersbach presents, "Wild, Weird, Wicked Arizona"
Come and learn about "The Woman Who Shot Cowboys: Rodeo Photographer Louise L. Serpa, presented by Jan Cleere.
Join us at Lisa Schnebly Heidinger presents "Celebrities, Artists...and Good Places to Drink"
Come and enjoy a presentation by Royce and Debbie Manuel, "Protecting a Way of Life" Kinship Responsibilities.
Mr. Jim Turner will lead a presentation on Four Corners USA: The Arizona "Corner"
Speaker R. Casey Davis will present a program "Hi Jolly and Mystery of the US Army Camel Corps
Come our ant enjoy an evening of classical guitar music from around the world. From the enchanting sounds of Spain and Latin America to the timeless genius of J.S. Bach, as well as the whimsical works of modern Russian composers.
Let the bells ring! Experience the beautiful sounds of CAC's Handbell Choir. Each handbell is tuned to a single note, but when rung together they produce full, rich harmonies.
Let the bells ring! Experience the beautiful sounds of CAC's Handbell choir. Each handbell is tuned to a single note, but when rung together they produce full, rich harmonies.
Together for the Holiday
This modern rock concert showcases the skills our Entertainment Industry Technology students have learned here at CAC; both on stage and off! These students not only perform, but run the show from set-up, lights, sound and backstage support.
Take a trip this fall with the CAC Community Band as they celebrate musical traditions from every corner of the globe.