[Season Cancelled Through April]
(Theater), 30 March 2020
We would like to take a moment to update you on what Cache Valley Center for the Arts is doing in light of COVID-19. The health and safety of our team and the Cache Valley art community is our first priority.
We have canceled the remainder of our CacheArts Presents National Touring Season and resident shows through April and, as of today, our arts education classes have been canceled through May 10. These strategies ensure that we are following the recommendations for social distancing at this time, per the Bear River Health Department, to keep our team members and community safe and healthy. For updated information on classes and events go to CacheArts.org/coronavirus.
Despite these changes, we are 100% here for you and our arts organizations.
We will start featuring a local arts organization every Monday, Wednesday and Friday and what can be done to help them at this time. If you have an arts organization you would like featured please comment below or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have heard from our wonderful patrons over the years that our amazing arts community is an essential part of our valley. They are essential to help you overcome overwhelm, feel more in control, and find a sense of calm. We can use more of all of these during this time of uncertainty.
Our mission is, and always has been, to help the arts in Cache Valley thrive, and to help you connect with them.
While we will be gearing up for next season’s CacheArts Presents Season launch day in our communications to you via email and social media, we will also be here to guide you and provide inspiration during this unprecedented time.
We value that you are a part of our community. We are in this together. Please reach out to us if you would like to do so for any reason.
Cache Valley Center for the Arts