Location has been changed from The Yorktowne Hotel to The Bond at Royal Square. Please join The Cultural Alliance as they spotlight organizations and artists who have made amazing transformations, and hear how pillars of support are helping them reach new heights. The Cultural Alliance Annual Meeting will begin at 5:30 with drinks and light hors d’oeuvres among art installations and musical performances. The presentation portion of the evening will begin promptly at 6:15pm. Monday, December 12, 5:30-7:00pm The Bond 134 E. King St, York, PA 17401 The event is pay-what-you-wish, with all contributions going toward our 2022 annual campaign…. read more »
Attorney Mieke Driscoll is the AHA Solicitor. Attorneys Frank Countess and John Flinchbaugh have been involved for years on various committees at AHA. CGA is a sponsor of this event.
Shakespeare on the rocks are the classic plays written by William Shakespeare with a slight twist and performed by drunk actors. Get ready to laugh and cry at the same time with these interactive works. Performances by the Weary Arts Group. Location: Royal Square Courtyard, 116 E King St Attorney Devon Myers Kolomick is a member of the Parliament Arts Board.
In support of all York County arts attractions, the Cultural Alliance’s ‘Raise the Curtain’ campaign will highlight all of the upcoming concerts, festivals, and arts experiences we have been missing while ensuring audiences maintain their personal level of comfort and safety. Find an event that inspires you anytime at www.york365.com or scroll down for a list of free, featured events happening from February 14-19th, 2022 as the Cultural Alliance kicks off their 2022 Campaign. — Monday, February 14th 6:00pm Celebrate Black History Month with a virtual presentation by Union Lutheran Church and Weary Arts Group — Tuesday, February 15th 7:00… read more »
Enjoy the Parliament’s highly popular arts extravaganza this First Friday from 5-9pm and get swept up in the creative energy of York! Discover innovative exhibitions, performances, and perhaps a few surprises as you walk through the Royal Square District. The Parliament will see anywhere from 500 to 1,500 patrons throughout the extended hours on First Friday. Attorney Devon Kolomick Myers serves on the Parliament Arts Organization Board.