Camas Liberty Theatre is Preparing for their Opening Weekend!
They have partnered with Downtown Camas Association to bring the Camas community an event for all ages. On March 19 from 4-10 pm the Liberty is hosting a benefit concert for Camas public Schools and their music programs. There will be live music, food, drinks and a raffle all for only $5 per ticket.
The live performances will showcase The Go Project, Social Gravy, Jon Hecox, Bob Calhoun, James Kerridge, Julia’s Misfortune, Storm Runner and also a special show from Camas Public School students.
The raffle will include electronics from Logitech, a Bike from Camas Bike & Sport as well as a basket put together from downtown merchants. Many of the downtown businesses will be staying open late to accommodate the event and offer special items for ticket holders.
“CEF is always looking for new ways to support the school district and engage with the community. We are thrilled to have students participate alongside professionals in the re-opening of the Liberty Theatre in a way that directly benefits music programs. In addition to raising funds and visibility for music programs, two CHS students are working on this event as part of their Senior Projects. It’s a great event on many levels and we’re delighted to be part of this historic evening.” Ron Gompertz, President of the Camas Educational Foundation.
For those over 21 Nuestra mesa will be offering food and beverages in the lounge and the Liberty Theatre snack bar will be open for all ages.
The event is part of Liberty Theatres opening weekend event and all proceeds will go Camas Education Foundation and the Downtown Camas Association.
Tickets are also on sale at some downtown businesses and will be available at the door.
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