Flying Kites!

By Jeff JHO Hoyland

Job Lane House opened the barn for families to fly kites on Saturday April 15. Children were able to both purchase and decorate kites before they flew them.

St. Paul’s Tonight: Absolutely ‘Not’ the ’80s ~ April 29 and 30

Submitted by St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church is delighted to present ST. PAUL’S TONIGHT: ABSOLUTELY NOT THE ‘80S, a musical revue for all ages, on April 29 and 30 at the John Glenn Middle School auditorium.

It’s the sixth incarnation of ST. PAUL’S TONIGHT, and this time the cast faces a dilemma: what happens when the director is out of ideas? Cast members offer several possibilities, with a strong emphasis on the songs and stylings of that most radical of decades, the 1980s. Will the show be totally tubular? Or will the director put the kibosh on their dreams of Valley Girl glory?

JGMS’s The Lion King, Jr. – A Definite Hakuna Makata Experience

By Linda White

Regardless of your age, you probably know the story of Disney’s The Lion King, Jr. and have seen at least one version of it on the big screen, the small screen at home, on Broadway or at a local, live theater performance. All the magic and Hakuna Matata you have come to expect from The Lion King are present in the JGMS production of The Lion King Jr. that opened its run on Wednesday, April 5 with a sensory-friendly matinee, followed by evening performance on Thursday through Saturday.

Bedford’s Third Annual Multicultural Festival to Take Place on Sunday Afternoon, May 21

Submitted by Bedford Embraces Diversity

Bedford Embraces Diversity has announced that the third annual Bedford Multicultural Festival will take place on Sunday afternoon, May 21.

Unlike the first two festivals, which were hosted by the high school, plans call for this one to take place entirely outside, on the field space and parking areas near and around Town Center.

Children of Eden, the Must-See BHS Spring Musical, Thursday through Saturday at 7 pm

By Linda White

The opening performance of Children of Eden on Wednesday, March 15 was not just a case of “another opening, another show.”

Wednesday afternoon’s opening was a wonderful ensemble effort with great music, singing, dancing, and powerful performances. There was not a dry eye in the house at the end of Act One, and Act Two was equally moving. If you had any doubt about attending this production, cast it aside and please get your tickets now. Performances are scheduled for Thursday, March 16, Friday, March 17, and Saturday, March 18 at 7 pm in the BHS auditorium.

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