KHT is working on a musical! Well, musical-ish show. Auditions are open for Miscast! Directed by Stacia Purdie Rice. What is Miscast you ask? It’s scenes we all know and love from musicals but... miscast. Think gender bent or some other variation on classics.
How do you audition? Great Question! You can email a video submission to Stacia or schedule an audition time (but you’ll need to provide your own accompaniment).
Auditions and video due date are both April 3rd. Questions and video submissions go to email@example.com
The Keizer Heritage Foundation seeks 100 Keizer residents to make a one-time $1,000 contribution to raise $100,000 be used for repairs and maintenance ONLY. We are confident that this one-time fundraiser will sustain the “Old Keizer School” through the next 20 years. To acknowledge your commitment to Keizer’s heritage, your name will be added to a permanent plaque placed inside the school designating you as a member of the “Keizer 100 Club” and we will all come together to celebrate our accomplishment NEXT summer on the patio of the building.
Contact us here to sign up!
While the Library is temporarily closed to the public, patrons can take advantage of our Curbside Service. Find materials to check out via our website catalog, then phone or email us with your list and make an appointment to pickup your order - curbside. We also have a Bag O’ Books for the kids, with pre-selected picture books and beginning readers. Curbside pickup by appointment is available Monday’s 1-3pm and Tuesday’s 4-6pm
(503) 390-2370 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Return Library Materials
For your convenience, an outdoor kiosk has been installed specifically to return library materials. Located on the east side of the driveway between the library and city hall, the bright blue drop box is easy to see. Library books and DVDs can be returned there anytime, and will be checked in promptly by library volunteers.
KAA THURSDAY ONLINE CLASSES
Mixed-media Expressive Portraits with Angela Wrahtz
CLASS DESCRIPTION --If you have an art background, this is an opportunity to experiment and play and take it to the next level. If you have no background, that’s okay, because everyone will be guided step-by-step through a project that will give you the opportunity to mix and mash it up. We will take inspiration from famous artists and then draw on top of watercolor. We will paint on top of sketches. We’ll use colored pencils and crayons and charcoal and oil pastel and whatever we feel like (or happen to have in our art box) to create modern and dynamic portraits. We are not going for “likeness” so much as expression although portrait fundamental will be brought into the equation. No need to have drawing skills. You will learn how to capture images with fidelity as well as understand proportions of the face. This class will be an ongoing journey on the subject of interesting faces. Eventually we will add collage to sketches and paintings. We will experiment and play. Again, no previous experience required, but if you have a bunch of art supplies at home and are looking for a new way to use them, this class is for you. You may bring your own photographs to work with. Minimum 5 students needed for class to go. MEETING TIME--This class meets in the mornings on the second and fourth Thursdays of the month from 10am to Noon. It is planned to continue on monthly in the same time slot.
SESSION DATES & PROJECTS:
March 11 “Female / Front View” (Part 1)
March 25 “Female / Front View” (Part 2)
COST: $30 per session, two sessions per class project. Pay with any major credit/debit card or with PayPal.
KAA ONLINE CLASSES
Introduction to Watercolor, Instructor Stacie Clark
March 13 | March 20 | March 27 | April 3
A series of beginning skill building classes ideal for the beginning student or a returning student needing a refresh. Each will be broken down step by step and built upon the next class. Supply lists and handouts will be sent through email. If you already have materials bring those to each class.
In 1988 a group of concerned Keizer citizens united to save the “Old Keizer School.” In a highly successful effort, they raised $250,000 that was matched by the City of Keizer and the school was saved! Today the “Old Keizer School” houses four non-profit volunteer-operated organizations that are unique in Keizer and directly benefit the Keizer Community.
We are always looking for volunteers to help us make our vision a reality. We'll help you find a way to volunteer that best suits you.
We wouldn't be here without the support of the Keizer Community.
There are so many ways to support our mission. Contact us to find out more about volunteer opportunities.
980 Chemawa Road Northeast, Keizer, Oregon 97303, United States
While the Keizer Cultural Center is temporarily closed we are continuing our mission with virtual activities. Please visit our organization websites for more information