Cornerstone will honor Ann Boland as its Humanitarian of the Year at this year’s edition of Dancing with Local Stars.
Muddy River Vibe
The Samantha Otte Youth Opportunity Fund honors the life and legacy of Samantha Otte by helping others. Samantha passed away in March 2000 at age 10 after a liver transplant necessitated by cystic fibrosis. Since the fund was established in late 2000, more than $480,000 has been distributed through grants to support kids in Samantha’s memory.
QUINCY — Preston Trinh, violin, and Ashlan Tullock, xylophone, are the winners of the Quincy Symphony Orchestra Association’s 67th annual Martha McCrory Young Artists Competition. The competition, open to 10th through 12th graders, was held Dec. 18 at First Union Congregational Church in Quincy. The winning musicians will receive a cash prize and perform as […]
QUINCY — The John Wood Community College Heath Center Art Gallery is the host of a show of artwork by John Steinkamp through Feb. 18. Steinkamp is a self-taught oil painter who has worked with advertising agencies, television stations, non-profit organizations and entrepreneurs. In recent years, he has steadily increased his scope to include fine […]
Scott Smith and Lydia Miller
QUINCY — Auditions for “Mame” will be held Feb. 7-8 at the Quincy Community Theatre, and performances are April 1-3 and April 7-10. Actors, singers, and dancers are needed to create an eclectic cast of characters. Roles for men and women ages 18 and older, as well as two young boys, include Auntie Mame, a flamboyant […]
Quincy University’s Gray Gallery, located in Brenner Library, will host the art exhibition Color Digital Photography with Thematic Carve Frames, featuring works by John Gebhardt, from Quincy and Rudy Gebhardt from Argyle, Wis.
Axe of Caring (Acts of Caring) is Quincy Axe Company’s new giving and outreach program to help support local nonprofits, social service agencies, and religious groups by raising funds and promoting their respective missions.
QUINCY — You know them, you love them, and now you’ll see them live, on stage at Quincy Community Theatre this February! The gang’s all here as Charles Schulz’s beloved Peanuts characters come to life in “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown,” a joyful, Tony Award-winning musical that will be live on stage at Quincy […]
HANNIBAL, Mo. — The Art For The Health Of It exhibit at the Hannibal Arts Council’s satellite gallery within the Hannibal Clinic features works by Cherie McLeod through the end of January 2022. McLeod, a native Midwesterner, lives in Quincy, Ill. In the past, McLeod dabbled in metal yard art and rug braiding. In 2001, she began […]