Are singers, dancers and poets will perform in "A Night at the Apollo Friday, March 2, at 7:00 p.m. at Ashland Community and Technical College.
Based on Harlems amateur nights at the Apollo Theatre, the annual program gives amateur Tri-State performers a chance to share their talents in music, dance, and theatre.
The free program is a night of family entertainment for the audience and a talent contest for the performers. Prizes to be awarded are$200, $100 and $50 for adults and $75, $50 and $25 for youth up to age 12.
The program will be in the J.B. Sowards Theatre at ACTCs College Drive Campus.
A Night at the Apollo is a community Black History Month program supported by ACTC, Boyd amp; Greenup County Branch of NAACP, City of Ashland Human Rights Commission, Highlands Museum amp; Discovery Center, Dr. William H. Boykin, Jr., Dr. James H. Martin, Jr., Dr. Charles M. Rhodes, Tri-State Digestive Disease Associates, PSC with Dr. Cheryl L. Bascom and Dr. Michael D. Canty, Tri-State Radiology, PSC.
For more information, contact Leighann Heineman at the Highlands Museum amp; Discovery Center, 606-329-8888.