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February 22 2003 Alumnus Rohan Loveland attended

first_imgFebruary 22, 2003Alumnus Rohan Loveland attended the May 2002 workshop. He returned for a brief visit with his parents Radon and Mary Loveland and his friend Stephen Ulrich. The discussion in the cafe centers around a project that the Loveland family wants to do during their visit. Scott Riley, head of utilities, Agriculture manager Adam Nordfors and chief of electricity at Arcosanti, Dr. Sparks, suggest to refurbish the old well pump in camp. The Loveland family donated funds to engage a pump-specialist and the time to address the problem and get it solved. We now have a working pump to expand the irrigation system for the gardens and the second field. “Thank You” to Rohan and his family for their time and generous donation. [from left] Scott Riley, Radon Loveland, Adam Nordfors, Stephen Ulrich, Rohan Loveland, Dr. Sparks and Mary Loveland. [Photo & Text: sa]last_img read more

Captivating Let the Dance Begin performance set

first_img Captivating ‘Let the Dance Begin’ performance set for the AlleyDerry and Strabane CouncilstrabaneTHE ALLEY THEATRE THE finale of a six-week community arts and wellbeing project ‘Let the Dance Begin’ will take place in the Alley Theatre, Strabane on Thursday, February 7, 2019.It promises to be a captivating performance which will see community groups and schools collide ‘On the Air’ for a celebration of dance, music, art and the spoken word.Supported by Derry City and Strabane District Council and in partnership with Arts Care, The Pushkin Trust and the Public Health Agency, ‘Let the Dance Begin’ is an inclusive arts, education and wellbeing project now in its sixth year. The project has seen Strabane buzzing with the participation of schools, community groups and businesses alike in a celebration of local creativity.The showcase of performance work created during the project is not to be missed and promises to be a vibrant, inclusive display of dance, drumming, poetry and much more!A pop-up gallery can also be found in the Alley Theatre on 31st January and 1st February hosting visual art and creative writing created during the project by local community groups and schools.Tickets for the ‘Let the Dance Begin’ performance at 7pm on Thursday 7th February are £3 available from the Alley Theatre Box Office on 02871 384444 or www.alley-theatre.com Captivating ‘Let the Dance Begin’ performance set for the Alley was last modified: January 21st, 2019 by John2John2 Tags: ShareTweetlast_img read more