Capri Theater – Three October Calendar Items

September 23, 2015                                                                                        Contact: James Scott

For immediate release.                                                                        612-643-2024 /jscott@pcyc-mpls.org

Three Calendar Items

#1:  Freedom of Xpression Open Mic @ the Capri

Bring your gifts of music, spoken word, dance, poetry or whatever your expression may be to the Capri’s open mic stage.

Monday, October 5(and continuing on the first Monday of every month)

6 – 8 p.m.Doors open at 5:30 for registration and on-stage rehearsal.

Free @ the Capri, 2027 West Broadway, North Minneapolis.

More information:  James Scott, Director of the Capri Theater, jscott@pcyc-mpls.org, 612-643-2024.

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#2:  Free Tickets Available Beginning Monday, October 5

for 10/29 SPCO Chamber Music Concert @ the Capri

SPCO @ the Capri

The Art of the Transcription

7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 29

Capri Theater, 2027 West Broadway, North Minneapolis 

Free open-seating tickets for this concert are available beginning Monday, October 5 on a first-come,               first-served basis by registering at www.thecapritheater.org.

Tickets may also be purchased for $15 each or $33 for the 3-concert Capri season (guaranteed, general seating admission) at www.thespco.org or call the SPCO box office at 651-291-1144.

More information:  James Scott, Director of the Capri Theater, jscott@pcyc-mpls.org, 612-643-2024.

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#3: Camp Capri/Third Saturdays

Arts camp for students in Grade 5 – 8

The Art of Pumpkin Carving + more

Saturday, October 17

10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Free

Capri Theater, 2027 West Broadway in North Minneapolis.

Registration, more information:www.thecapritheater.org.

Contacts:  Camp Capri Company Manager KianaBatteau, kbatteau@pcyc-mpls.org,

or the Director of the Capri Theater, James Scott, jscott@pcyc-mpls.org, 612-643-2024.

This activity was made possible by the voters of Minnesota though a grant from the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.  Camp Capri is also funded by The Carolyn Foundati