Founded in 1983, the theatre is a professional,
non-profit theatre committed to presenting
dramas, musicals, comedies, and reviews.
The Highland Park
Built in 1926, the 1,000-seat facility is
a second-run movie house with four
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In 1966, Dr. John W. Price, principal of
Highland Park High School, developed
the concept of a unique programs
that would expose students and the community to
the visual and performing arts.
Port Clinton Art
Founded in 1984, the festival is a two-day
juried art festival featuring fine
arts, sculpture, photography, glass, wood, ceramics, jewelry, etc., that
attracts more than 1,000 applicants.
Founded in 1960, the center is a non-profit
organization where professional artists teach more than 70 classes plus
weekend workshops, helping people of all ages develop skills and imagination.
Established in 1952, this school is a unique
musical organization, offering private lessons in piano, strings, winds
and brass, and classes in Kindermusik
Summer in the
Activities include entertainment by star
performers, parades, fireworks, street dances, plaza events, food fests,
childrens games, a sidewalk
sale, art shows, and more.
Begun in 1990, this fall series of seven
concerts features young performers
on the verge of international stardom.
Arts programs include: the Highland Park
Strings, the Highland Park Symphonic Winds, the Highland Park Pops Orchestra,
and the Highland Park Flyers.
Fine Arts Festival
This annual two-day outdoor festival is
a juried show of functional art objects and sculpture; hands-on demonstrations
of art techniques, music and food
highlight the event.
"Ravinia" has been attracting music lovers
and performers from all over the world since 1899- the open pavilion is
set on 36 wooded acres, seats 3,300 with the lawn accommodating more than
12,000, and showcases a variety of