Next weekend is the Annual Echo Food Drive Benefit Concert featuring Sheldon Pickering and Friends at The Totah Theatre. Shows will be at 7:00pm Friday and Saturday. Admission is $5 (not a donation). Bring a non-perishable food item for Echo Food Bank. For information visit http://www.thetotah.com
The Totah is a great place for artists to display and perform their works as well as make some money.
Local art walks bring in hundreds of people wanting to view art by local artists.
Playing a concert or reading your poetry/stories is a good way to show your talents but you can also use it as an opportunity to sell your wares. CDs, books, T-shirts, stickers and more are just a sample of items you can offer fans.
Don’t have a CD to sell? Contact the manager of The Totah and set up a recording date with GOTeM Records. We have produced recordings for dozens of local bands, storytellers, and poetry readers. Demo CDs start out at $200 bucks. Printing and pressing can be as low as $1.00 per CD. Many of our demo CDs turn out better than high cost high production studio CDs.
Check out www.thetotah.com for more information.
We’ll see you at THE TOTAH!
Dates are still available to book your 2010 event at The Totah.
Meetings – Movies – Parties – Reunions – Recitals – Concerts – You name it.
Service well exceeds the price. Call for your rate today.
Saturday November 7th at 7pm. $5 at the door.
Music of Vivaldi, Dohnanyi, Wieniawski, Breval, Griffes, and Rossini
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7
Totah Theatre – 315 W. Main St., Farmington $5
LIVE music by
DEAD composers in a
GREAT theatre played by
Concerts are one-hour and all ages are welcome!!!
Cathy Pope, Sharon Brink, Mary Ellen Ceroni, Diana Hobbs,
Teresa Lundgren, Tennille Taylor, James Bader,
Brynn Cullander, Natalia Kruse,
Cory McBride, Demaree Brown, & Robyn Woodard
Local Plein Aire Oil painter Phillip West will be teaching a Beginning Oil Painting class at
Artifacts Gallery, 302 E. Main Street, :Learn the basics and some of the things accomplished painters know. The primary goal will be to learn how to paint and feel at ease while creating art on canvas. Also learn the basics of mixing and utilizing color, basic design, values, depiction of light and shadow, achieving atmosphere, etc. Most students will be able to take home 1 or 2 finished paintings at the end of the workshop.
Date: October 5-9th, 2009
Time: 1:00-5:00 PM daily
Place: Artifacts Gallery and Studios
302 E. Main St.
For more information about the workshop or if you have any questions please contact Bev or Tara at the Gallery, 505-327-2907. A supply list will be available upon registration for the class.
302 E. Main St.
Farmington, NM (corner of Wall and Main Streets)
If you are looking for a place to hold your event and a DJ to play at you event you can get both in one at The Totah. Book The Totah for you birthday party, reunion, meeting or whatever and a DJ is available at no extra charge. The Totah owns Grooves on the Move Mobile DJ and Sound Services and will make those services available to you if you request.
Call Greg today to book your event: (505)327-4145
The Dead Composers Society series has been a great success. We look forward to future programs and continued support from the community.
August 29th will be the last summer concert. There will be a break until October so members of the Dead Composers Society can participate in the San Juan Symphony. Make sure and attend the symphony show. Check out the San Juan Symphony on the web for scheduling and pricing.