Jeremy D. Cook CPA 

 Presents

Peril at Pumpernickel Pass

By

Tim Kelly

Eureka Rendezvous Weekend

Thursday April 25th - 7:00 PM

Friday April 26th - 7:00 PM

Saturday April 27th - 7:00 PM

Sunday April 28th - 3:00 PM

Lodge Craft Building (Community Hall - Hill above Town Pump)

Tickets: $8.00 at the door

(Thursday's Sneak Preview ticket price is $5.00)

For More Information:

Email us at: e.communityplayers@gmail.com

Or on Facebook: Eureka Community Players

Morgen Reynolds (910) 585-3330

Glacier Bank

&

Eureka Quilter's Foundation

 

Presents

 

 

 

By

Ted Swindley

Performance Dates - Quilt Show Weekend:

August 2 & 3 - 7:00 PM

August 3 & 4 - 3:00 PM

Tickets Available at the Door - $8.00

Lodge Craft Building (Community Hall - Hill above Town Pump)

Whitefish Credit Union

Presents

 

No Room at the Inn

 

 

 

 

By 

Morgen Reynolds

Lincoln County High School Auditorium

 

Friday December 6th - 7:00 PM

Saturday December 7th - 7:00 PM

Sunday December 8th Matinee - 3:00 PM

Community Church Choirs & Reception to Follow Sunday's Performance

Tickets Available at the Door $5 per Person/$15 per Family

For More Information:

Email us at: e.communityplayers@gmail.com

Or on Facebook: Eureka Community Players

Morgen Reynolds (910) 585-3330

With a very heavy heart, the Eureka Community Players have determined there will be no play during the Quilt Show weekend.  After much discussion, it became obvious that the Community Hall was too small under Phase II restrictions to put on a play.  Originally our plan was to do the play if Montana went into Phase III by June 29th.  Normally, we allow six weeks for rehearsal and that date would have allowed a condensed four week schedule.  Since that did not happen, we could not get the play performance ready even if Phase III happened prior to the Quilt Show weekend. Our goal is to keep actors and audience members safe and we could not find a way to do that while in Phase II.  Our hope is to have our event in the Fall and some kind of Christmas play. 

Community Players President John LaBonty said, “Everyone stay safe and well.  Thank you for your past support, we look forward to continuing live theatre as soon as this pandemic is over.”

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