Circleville, Ohio — The non-profit group Pickaway Arts and Life Center (PAL) proudly promotes the Arts, Education, and Community. On Sunday, November 24th, the PAL Center with the help of building owners, Dan and Tracey Davis at 107 N. Court Street are offering fresh refreshments, hot drinks, bake sales goods and fun kids crafts from 2 to 5pm at this year’s Tuba Christmas concert.
Video of last years concert
“Our group is glad to offer creative classes, educational courses and fun events like this to help support our community” states Kristen May, PAL President. “We want to do even more on a regular basis. These fund-raisers truly help fund this mission.” Pickaway Arts and Life Center formed in 2018 and is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting Arts, History, Culture, Education and Community in Pickaway County and the regional area.
“We are so excited to put the former Simply Dancing space and lobby to good use as an event space” Says JP Pennell, PAL trustee, “It feels good to do good during the Holidays along with help from building owners and other local businesses.” Free kid’s music activities supplied by Molly Beth Dickson at Soundscape Music Therapy. Free Coding and robotic activities supplied by Isaac Parker at Haki Labs, plus free and purchased ceramics crafts offered by Maria Polacek of Inspirations: Ceramics, painting and More, Circleville Ohio.
All bake goods and beverages may be purchased by cash and will again benefit your community.
If you are interested in getting involved with the PAL Center and it’s activities, write at Pickawayarts@gmail.com, or telephone Pickaway Welcome Center at 740-474-3636.