Arts Center Improvements

The most popular entertainment venue in the area is better than ever after completion of interior upgrades.  

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Entertainers – The Next Generation

In 2012  we were able to meet “Malibu” – then the next generation of Tamaqua-based entertainers. As reported at the time, Malibu, comprising musicians Shane Mulligan, 17; Damian Munoz, 16; and Ivan Munoz, 17; was making frequent appearances at the Tamaqua Community Arts Center. In this vignette, guitarists Damian and Ivan shared a little bit […]

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Coordination of Arts Center Activities

Leona Rega discusses how she focuses on supporting the energies of scores of hard-working volunteers in order to coordinate the varied activities and events that take place at the Community Arts Center in Tamaqua.

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Kathleen Quinn-Farber: The Crafter

Kathleen Quinn-Farber discusses her lifelong love for crafts and her desire to share her talent with children. In this vignette she shares her passion for creating things,  “I’ve had a dream all my life to work with kids with crafts or arts.”

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Kathy Rimm: The Entertainer

Kathy Rimm discusses the history of her involvement with the Community Arts Center as an entertainer in her own right and also a teacher of guitar.  She notes, “With this arts center people don’t have to go out of the area to either perform or just simply create any type of art whatsoever.”

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Community Arts Center Genesis

Jack Kulp, well-known area musician and entertainer,  discusses some of the first steps taken to create and organize the Community Arts Center.

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Community Arts Center on TV 13

First events at the Tamaqua Community Arts Center as covered by Hazleton’s TV 13 News Team in July 2012.

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