Sing-Along & Movie
For All Ages
Come out for a fun-filled morning watching Frozen and singing along to the songs.
Participants will leave class with 10 ready to heat & serve meals, each serving 4-6 people.
|Adults with Disabilities: Fun with Apples
Tuesday, September 15
Make an apple pie from scratch and create a fun fall decoration while it bakes.
Call to register - 763-689-6189
For Adults - Couples & Singles are welcome
Learn a variety of dances: the (midwest style) polka,
the Tush Push, the waltz, the cowboy Cha-Cha - and more.
Parent/Child Beginning Tennis
For Ages 6-10 with Adult Participation
Learn basic tennis strokes, skills, roles and scoring - then you and your child will be ready to rally and play games together!
Fight Back Project
For women of all ages, including high school & college students.
Join Angela as she discusses her attack (in 2012), her recovery, the criminal process and information about self-protection.
Music from the 50's, 60's & 70's
A variety show for
Saturday, October 10, 2015
The Avalons (formerly Sh-Boom of Ohio) are experts at involving everyone in the show.Â Through their music, comedy and crazy antics, you will be swept away through the 50's, 60's and early 70's.Â
Daddy Squeeze - Acordian Music
Saturday, October 24, 2015
Dan Newton, known asÂ Daddy Squeeze, brings his accordion, his global gumbo ofÂ ethnocleticmusic and original anecdotes about his experiences making a living playing the accordion.
Ethnocletic music,Â defined: Dan draws influences for songs and tunes from sources as French Musette, Gypsy Swing, Cajun, Jug band, Tex-Mex and Cumbia. He calls this global gumbo â€śethnoclecticâ€ť music.
Saturday, December 12, 2015
A holiday show filled with New Orleans charm, Memphis soul swagger and tender gospel passages. Davinaâ€™s voice and stage presence defy category in a different way.
Saturday, January 16, 2016
Chris Kachian and Jason Vanselow will perform music by Bach, Beethoven, Mozart and Duke Ellington.
Our On Stage With series offers a variety of styles of music. Small audiences join the performers on the Hardy Center stage, creating a close, informal concert where members can interact with the performers. |
Bear Snores On
A Stages Theatre Company's production
Saturday, February 20, 2016; 10am & 1pm
See what happens when Bear wakes up and finds his cave full of uninvited guestsâ€”all of them having a party without him!
Mark Twain; Life on the Mississippi
One-man show by Don Shelby
Saturday, April 23, 2016
Don Shelby returns to Cambridge with his uncanny portrayal of Mark Twain, including quotes, stories and a visit from Huckleberry Finn.
The Performing Arts Committee is busy working on two more On Stage With shows for our 2015-2016 Hardy Center Season. When shows have been "booked" we'll add information here.