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The Velvelettes...

The Velvelettes, known as the “Legendary Ladies of Motown”, will be gracing the stage of the Riviera Theatre in downtown Three Rivers on Saturday, September 27th, at 7pm! Stand-up comedian Chike Robinson will be opening for The Velvelettes- this show is not to be missed! Get your tickets soon, only $20 in advance ($25 at the door). For more information, contact the Carnegie Center for the Arts (269)273-8882, or the Riviera Theatre (269)278-8068 and online at www.trriviera.com This original Motown group, comprised of 2 sisters and 2 cousins- also happens to...
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The Adams Family Concert...

The Carnegie Center is happy to present The Adams Family in concert! Sponsored by Barnes Law Office, P.C., this fun musical event will take place on Friday, September 19, 2014 at 7pm. Seating is very limited, so purchase your tickets at the Carnegie Center today, only $15 each! Enjoy a cafe style dinner and drinks while taking a nostalgic journey as The Adams Family mines the treasure trove of the 1950′s-60′s music with exceptionally tight vocal, guitar, and rhythm arrangements. This quartet is a West Michigan favorite with a crowd-pleasing repertoire that...
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4th Annual Labor Day Bridge Walk...

The 4th Annual Labor Day Bridge Walk, sponsored by the Three Rivers Woman’s Club, will be taking place again this year! Join the city from 9am-12pm on Monday, September 1st, 2014, and enjoy a scenic walk over the bridges of Three Rivers. Bring family and friends, and learn about the unique city we call Home! Registration will take place the day of (Mon., Sept. 1) in Scidmore...
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August & September Exhibits...

Come join the Carnegie in welcoming and supporting our next group of artists! From August 24th until September 30th, 2014, the Carnegie Center for the Arts will be host to “Photography and Beyond”, which includes Carol Koterski Dugan, Kim Glessner, Becky Minnick Hackenberg, Lynda Molter, and Cheryl Peck; Karen Richard exhibiting “Retrospective and Current Pastel Paintings by Karen Richard”; Suzanne B. Siegel’s show,  “Waterfront Views and Vacation Destinations”; and “As I See It”, a collection (using several mediums)...
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Aid the Carnegie!...

If you’re looking for ways to support the arts, our community,  and the Three Rivers area as a whole, please join us and become a member of the Carnegie Center for the Arts. Your generosity is always highly appreciated by us, and turned over into the Carnegie to provide all the necessities to keep this building running and host art exhibitions, classes, and art programs. Any amount (with membership status starting at $35) will help us maintain the Carnegie and will grant you membership, with which you will receive benefits such as discounts on gallery purchases,...
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Become a Friend of the Carnegie...

Are you a friend of the Carnegie Center for the Arts? Would you like to be? Now is a great time to join the Carnegie Center as we celebrate our 34th year as an art center!  The Carnegie Center has been and remains an exciting and educational place for all to experience the arts. We have varied levels of giving and benefits which include discounts on gallery purchases, class tuition, invitations to events and newsletters. Be part of our tradition, become a friend today! Thank you! Donna Grubbs, Executive...
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Carnegie Mission Statement “The Carnegie Center for the Arts is a private nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting personal growth, self-expression, and appreciation of the visual, literary, and performing arts among the people of southwestern Michigan, through exhibits, performances, and participatory experiences.” Board of Directors Ben Smith, President Sharon Bippus, Vice President Michael Northrop, Secretary Char Chase, Treasurer James Allen Gary Armstrong Ray Bendure Marcia Blackman Larry Clark Vic Eichler Lola Gross Fred Grunert Julie Howe Peggy...