A dark and eerie night at GCV&M awaits...
Take an after-hours guided tour through the candlelit and spooky streets of the historic village on Oct. 17, 18, 19, 20 to find costumed characters spinning tales from iconic horror literature of the 19th century. (Reservations required.)
Marking the 100th anniversary of David Hochstein’s death, Hochstein faculty members perform selections from Hochstein’s own compositions and music by Schumann, Mozart, Brahms, Hochstein, Cui, Sevcik, Kreisler, and Bruch.
Need a Parent's Night Out? Does your child love LEGOs and Minecraft? Then ArtsROC Game Nite is the place for them every (well, almost every) Friday night from 5:30 - 8:00 pm. Cost is just $30/child and a pizza party is included!
This coolest-ever rock-and-roll romp captures the droll humor and whimsy of the famous picture book series. Insects rule in the diaries of unlikely best friends Worm, Spider and Fly. Spider is eager to shed his exoskeleton and grow up. Fly can walk on walls and yearns to be a bona fide superhero. But poor Worm doesn't have wings or legs so he can barely keep up with the others. Without legs, what is his life's purpose? His friends come up with some cool scientific answers, proving the world needs all different kinds of heroes. Promoting tolerance of others, eco-consciousness and even earth science, this witty new production is a joyful and hip musical exploration of the world outside. The Diary of a Worm opens November 10th and runs for two weekends only at the JCC. See below for information about how you can WIN tickets!
October 1-31, 2018: Apple tastings, food samples, door prizes, and FUN! Hop in the car for a beautiful drive through Wayne County's Apple Country, grab a passport at any location or at appletastingtour.com, get it stamped at each location and mail it in to be entered into drawings for great prizes!