It is time to make your plans to celebrate the holiday season with “A Hometown Christmas” on December 13th. This show features a wealth of talent from our local schools, churches, and community. Last year’s inaugural show received rave reviews from the sell-out crowd!
This year’s line-up will include: Shara Sounds, Natalie Galster, the Wautoma High School Brass Quartet, Bob Mattice and the Rainmakers, the WHS Show Choir, Hope Lutheran Bell Choir, Parkside 7th Grade Choir, Winterfest queen Bridgette Brodzeller, Wautoma High School Vocal Jazz, Chris Cutts, , the rockin’ sounds of Just Cruisin’, and of course – Santa Claus! The audience will also have an opportunity to join in sing-a-longs with your host Marv Nielsen.
The curtain for “A Hometown Christmas” goes up at 7:00 pm, Saturday, December 13th thanks to show sponsors Wautoma Kiwanis, Stevens Accounting, Anchor Bank, and Waushara Dental Associates.
Your PAC is a busy place this time of year. We encourage you to attend the fine school concerts scheduled at your PAC in December including: Wautoma High School Bands on Dec. 9, Wautoma High School Choir Holiday Concert Dec. 15, and Parkside Choirs Holiday Concert Dec. 18.
Work is also underway to update the holiday decorations at the PAC thanks to the generosity of local patrons. Come and enjoy the new look! We hope you encourage others to attend great live entertainment at your PAC by including tickets for any show this season or a PAC gift certificate from our box office as part of your holiday shopping.
Tickets for “A Hometown Christmas” are available at the McComb/Bruchs Performing Arts Center located at 514 S. Cambridge St., Wautoma. The box office reopens December 1st, and is open Monday through Friday, 10:00 am until 2:00 pm and from 3:00 pm until show time the day of the show. Tickets may be ordered by phone at (920) 787-2189, or toll-free at (888) 987-2189, Visa, MasterCard and Discover are accepted. Group and student discounts are available. Check out our website atwww.mccombbruchspac.com for more information.