“What’s Up Fridays?” in May

A new event every Friday night in the month of May 2017 at CPAC! May 5 “What’s Up Fridays” at the College Park Arts Center (2421 Edgewater Dr) presents Writers’ Night. Authors, screenwriters, playwrights, bloggers, poets, ‘zine creators welcome to gather, share and open “mic” for readings. 8pm-11pm. $6 donation at the door. Beer/wine/water available. May…

STAR WARS Exhibit

Video games, movies and soundtracks throughout! April 11, Tuesday, 7-9pm April 12, Wednesday, 7pm-9pm April 13, Thursday, 3pm-9:30pm April 14, Friday, 3pm-10pm April 15, Saturday, 10am-10pm April 16, Sunday, 11am – 5pm This is an amazing collection! Small donation asked May the force be with you

Let’s Break a World Record!

On Saturday April 1, 2017 Orlando will attempt to break a Guinness World Record! 1661 people needed to form the largest human image of a musical instrument – to break the record set in France in 2014. GREAT Fun Community event and also serves to support two local nonprofits – One Heart For Women &…

College Park Authors’ Night with Photography Exhibit

March 24, 2017 In conjunction with our new art exhibit CPAC presents an Authors’ Night with College Park published writers Timothy Kowalski (non-fiction), Jim Cressler, (fantasy), and Teresa Bruce (short stories). Here their stories about pathways to successful writing and publishing with Q&A to follow. Ticket donations only $6 pre-paid and only $8 at the…

CPAC Benefit: Big Band Gala

Join us Thursday, March 16, 2017 to benefit the College Park Arts Center and listen to our featured 17 piece big band – Smitty & The Crew. For corporate reservations, email info@cpnarts.org. For individual tickets, please go directly to eventbrite. Tickets are $75 per person. The evening will be from 7:30 – 10:30 p.m. Dubsdread…

Realizing a Dream

The visionaries behind the College Park Neighborhood Arts & Theatre Center by Jasmyne Reese on September 30, 2015 in Community Spotlight When two people come together who share a similar passion, there is no dream too big for them to accomplish. For Denise Badger and Bob Di Cerbo, that dream is the College Park Neighborhood…

College Park community theater looking for “brains and brawn”

From the Orlando Sentinal, Michael W. Freeman,College Park Forum Editor 10:54 a.m. EDT, July 1, 2014 What could be more entertaining, Robert DiCerbo noted, than a Best Man competition held in College Park. “Think of it as brains and brawn,” he said.Even better, DiCerbo said, is if it helps serve the purpose of getting a community…

OPEN AUDITIONS FOR: You Can’t Take It With You.

YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU AUDITION DATES: February 10 & 11, 7pm LOCATION:  Take A Bow Performing Arts Studio, 710 W. Princeton St. WHO: If you live, work, go to school, worship, etc. in the 32804 area,  this is for you! It’s for the community by the community –your Neighborhood Arts & Theatre connection!…