Art & Culture
The Pavilion Goes Virtual for Free Arts Outreach Programs
THE WOODLANDS, TX – Though The Pavilion’s Main Stage is currently dark, the nonprofit organization is strongly committed to continuing to provide cultural enrichment for both young audiences and the public at large by increasing exposure to the arts. The Pavilion has recently launched several of its free educational outreach programs virtually for families to enjoy from the safety of their homes.
This season’s free Mini Maestros kids club is being offered through a digital experience via Google Classroom. Registered Maestros and their families will receive a monthly email newsletter with a link to a variety of arts-related content focused on a fun theme. Maestros will have interactive opportunities to earn virtual stickers for their “badge” plus other fun incentives including raffle prizes, tickets to a 2021 performing arts event and a free Mini Maestros t-shirt. To sign up for the 2020 Mini Maestros Virtual Badge Program visit www.woodlandscenter.org/mini-maestros.
The Pavilion is also excited to launch the Virtual Scout Day Program this season as a way for Scouts BSA to achieve their Music Merit Badge. The program will be offered via Google Classroom where Scouts can meet badge requirements through fun and interactive activities. Blue cards will be provided digitally to the Scout only after the merit badge counselor has verified that the individual Scout has completed all listed requirements for the Music Merit Badge. Registration is required and is available online at www.woodlandscenter.org/scoutday.
Opened in 1990, The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion is part of The Center for the Performing Arts at The Woodlands, a nonprofit 501 (c)(3) organization that provides diverse, high-quality performing arts events for the entertainment and enrichment of a broad regional audience. Through numerous educational and community outreach programs, The Pavilion is a catalyst for attracting new audiences to the performing arts and building strong ties between the arts and educational institutions. For more information, visit www.woodlandscenter.org.