Parks and Recreation Events
Yuma Art Center presents a dinner theatre production of “The Games Afoot ” by Ken Ludwig.
Directed by Theatre Fellow Ann Wilkinson
Are you ready to feel the burn?!
CAMP INFERNO is an adventure immersion program allowing participants to experience a day in the life of elite women in fire and life-safety services. The goal of the program is to afford the opportunity for “real world” experience where young ladies are encouraged to challenge themselves on numerous physical and mental fire-fighter tasks in a controlled setting. Your child’s safety is always our number one priority and we will be taking all necessary precautions to ensure a safe and responsible camp day. We look forward to seeing you at CAMP INFERNO this February!READ MORE
The Orbison Years show in our beautiful Yuma Art Center Historic Yuma Theatre!
The Orbison Years – Featuring Mark Barnett as Roy Orbison! An unbelievable transformation complete with the looks, voice, and feel of the magnificent Roy Orbison. The awesome Orbison style and vocal range is truly captured by Mark Barnett as he performs the classic hits like Only The Lonely, Crying, Pretty Woman, In Dreams, Running Scared, Blue Angel, You Got It, Blue Bayou, and many, many others.
Michael Hargis show in our beautiful Yuma Art Center Historic Yuma Theatre!
Michael is truly a Yuma treasure. Touring and entertaining thousands around the world, and performing with stars like Chubby Checker, The Drifters, and The Oak Ridge Boys, he will have you singing along to all the Oldies, Love Ballads, and Country Classics you grew up with.READ MORE
As the official chorus of the United States Navy, and one of five performing units of the United States Navy Band, the Sea Chanters promote the Navy's proud heritage of the sea. The repertoire of this twenty-voice chorus, accompanied by piano, bass and drums, encompasses all types of choral music, including sea chanteys, patriotic selections, folk songs, sacred hymns, and the diverse sounds of opera and Broadway. These singing ambassadors have appeared throughout the United States on concert tours, and perform frequently at the White House, the Vice President's house, and for dignitaries at Washington embassies.READ MORE