My One and Only

The Concert is SOLD OUT

February 18, 2020

The husband and wife Americano duo, My One and Only, will perform at the Lee Dam Center for Fine Art Tuesday, February 18, at 7 p.m.  Admission is $5; tickets may be purchased at the door. Those 18 and under are admitted free.  

With their polar-opposite musical backgrounds, Kassie and Benjamin meld old-school country, singer-songwriter, and alternative folk-rock into a sound that can only be described as “Southern-Soul and Curious-Grit.”  As to sound, the duo is driven by a racing-striped acoustic guitar (with some family history) and a suitcase kick-drum, but the bold vocal harmonies seal the deal. At times, Kassie and Benjamin’s voices seamlessly intertwine to create delicate thoughtful moments, while other times cultivating a roar of angst. 

Presented the “Discovery Award” by acclaimed music critic Robert K. Oermann (Nashville’s Music Row Magazine), My One And Only declares performance as their love-share to the world.

Swinging Fore the Arts

MCAC's Golf Tournament and ParTee

May 29, 2020

MCAC's signature golf tournament, Swinging Fore the Arts is Saturday, May 30, at the Marysville Country Club.

The deadline is May 18 to enter the four-person scramble golf tournament and ParTee. The cost is $100 a person and includes green fees, lunch and dinner. (Dinner is Friday night, May 29, at the Lee Dam Center for Fine Art.)

 

The tournament is an 18-hole scramble and will have artistic activity at several holes. Check-in to play is 8 a.m. There will be a 9 a.m. shotgun start. There will be flag prizes. Mulligans will be sold.

 

To register or for information call or text Wayne Kruse at 785-713-9866 or email krusewayne@gmail.com.

 

The event is a fundraiser for the Marshall County Arts Cooperative.

The Beach Boys Live at Alcove Spring

America's Favorite Band Coming to Marshall County

August 01, 2020

The Beach Boys will bring their California lifestyle to Marshall County this summer.  Billed as America’s favorite band, they will perform a two act concert Saturday, August 1, at Alcove Spring Historic Park, six miles south of Marysville, Kan. and six miles north of Blue Rapids, Kan.  Gates to the park open at 3 p.m. with music starting at 6 p.m.

 

Tickets are on sale and may be purchased at mcactickets.com.  Tickets are $95 for pit experience, $75 for mid-park, and $55 for general admission.  Children three and under are admitted free.

Volunteers Needed for The Beach Boys Concert

Contact MCAC to Volunteer

August 01, 2020

About 200 people are needed to make The Beach Boys concert run smoothly.  Volunteering at this special event may require walking or standing.  The event venue is outdoors so temperature and weather are unpredictable.  All volunteers are required to attend volunteer training either Saturday, July 18, at 9 a.m. or Wednesday, July 22, at 7 p.m. at Alcove Spring.

To volunteer, fill out the volunteer form at mcactickets.com -- the volunteer link is in the upper right-hand corner.  Once your submission has been received, someone will contact you to discuss your application.

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