Marlborough Arts Center 2nd Summer Concert Series Event

On Saturday, July 25, 2020, at 2:00PM, The Marlborough Arts Center (231 North Main Street, Marlborough, ct.) will be holding another concert series event to help break up the summer doldrums.  The rain date will be Sunday, July 26, 2020 at the same time.   The featured group is THE KEY OF H, a local group that has performed at the Marlborough Arts Center in the past and have been appearing locally at various locations, including Sadler’s Ordinary. 

The Henderschedt family makes up THE KEY OF H group, with Jim Henderschedt and his four children, Emma, Owen, Rosie and Lucy the individual members.  This family has been making music all of their lives.  Jim plays guitar and sings. Owen plays the piano, Emma, Lucy and Rosie sing in harmony. It is expected that the audience will hear a mix of musical genres guaranteed to please the tastes of the audience.

The concert will be held on the front lawn of the Arts Center, starting at 2:00PM.  People should bring chairs or blankets to sit on and any refreshments they would like to have during the concert.  While the concert is free, donations are gratefully accepted.  Additionally, masks and social distancing of 6 feet are required

The Key of H

Marlborough Arts Center summer happenings

It is the beginning of summer and the heat/humidity is rising.  With the advent of the COVID-19 virus, activities that involve large groups are at a minimum.  This frees up Arts Center members to do some work around the center.  The building exterior has just been painted, giving it a fresh new look and there are some new elegant sculptures as well as some funky art work newly placed around the yard.  People should stop by and take a look at the new additions.  Take a walk through the Art Park too.  It is shaded and has some interesting things to see!

Seat of Our Pants performance at the Marlborough Arts Center!

Local group, Seat of Our Pants, performed in the front yard of the Marlborough Arts Center (231 North Main Street) the afternoon of June 13, 2010.  It was a pro bono performance, with attendees making free-will donations.  Attendance was very good and people were respectfully practicing social distancing and wearing masks.  The weather was spectacular and Seat of Our Pants was spectacular as well.  It was a fantastic day for an outdoor concert.