Winter Date Night Series with the Clark Center

Winter Date Night Series with the Clark Center

The Clark Center in Arroyo Grande is hosting a weekly series of professional online performances during the Late Fall of 2020. These will be hosted through Facebook Preview and posted simultaneously on YouTube.

A new show premiers every Saturday at 6pm. Look for them on the Clark Center YouTube Channel and Facebook page:
https://www.youtube.com/user/clarkcenterperfarts
https://www.facebook.com/ClarkCenter/

Clark Center will host donation link unique to most performances and donations will be shared 50% to performer/organization and 50% to support the Clark Center.

Other events will be “ticketed”; people who wish to watch will pay in advance and be sent a link to the show just prior to it occurring.


This virtual series will help local professional performers and groups earn money, connect with fans, reach & grow their audiences and fanbase through Clark Center patrons.


Schedule (subject to change)

November 7
Diana Diaz – Popular Songs of WW1

(Half the donation goes to Diana Diaz; half goes to the Clark Center)


November 14
Steve & Ash Duets

(Half the donation goes to Steve & Ash; half goes to the Clark Center)


November 20, 21, 22 @6pm

Standemic Comedy Competition
(32 National Stand-up comedians compete for cash prize
Hosted by John Lehr (Geico Caveman) and Barry Neal (national stand-up comedian and author)
11 live shows for one low price of $30!

Note: this is a “ticketed” event, charged to your credit card.  The Clark Center receives a portion of your charge.


November 28
Gentri – The Gentlemen Trio

(All Donations go to the Clark Center)

Sponsored by Mary Rowan Ishikawa of Allstate Suncoast Agency


December 5
The Bronx Wanderers Christmas

(Half the donation goes to The Bronx Wanders; half goes to the Clark Center)


December 12
Dirty Cello – Holiday Blues & Bluegrass Concert

(Half the donation goes to Dirty Cello; half goes to the Clark Center)


December 19
An Irish Christmas – Replay of PBS Broadcast of the Show

(Half the donation goes to Kerry Irish Productions; half goes to the Clark Center)