HIGLEY CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS IN GILBERT, ARIZONA
The Higley Center Is Bringing Back Live Shows But Keeping a Streaming Presence For Those Not Ready.
To all our Higley Center Patrons from Higley Center Manager, Bob Zucker:
Today marks the beginning of my 14th year at the Higley Center and I can't think of a better day to announce our rebirth as a live performance venue. It has been over six months since the pandemic ended live performance events and we have missed them but most of all we have missed you, our patrons, our friends.
Tonight at the start of our weekly live stream program EThree, I will let you know what we have planned for the rest of 2020 and going forward to the end of 2021. Please tune in to the announcement by going to our live stream web page: www.higleycenter.org/hctv.htm at 7:00pm. You can also watch on the Higley Center Facebook page or on our YouTube Channel.
After the announcement you are welcome to watch the rest of our Thursday night live steam program. Tonight we talk all about Gilbert and what makes it one of the towns people want to live in. See details below.
Tonight we will also announce an amazing partnership we have been working on for segments that will air over the next six months on Thursday nights. All I can say right now is the live stream announcement will literally be out of this world.
Hope you will all tune in tonight at 7:00pm.
EThree with host Bob Zucker this week featuring Gilbert Mayor Scott Anderson and Councilmember Kathy Tilque
Scott Anderson was elected to the Town Council in 2016 and is currently serving as Mayor. He has been involved in the planning and development of Gilbert as a staff member since moving here in 1988 The founding father of the Gilbert Riparian Preserve, it was his idea to transform a waste water treatment site from simple water recharge into a national award winning project that has become one of the most popular visitor destinations in the state.
Kathy Tilque served as the President/CEO of the Gilbert Chamber of Commerce for 24-years, retiring on June 30, 2020, after celebrating 32-years in the Chamber industry. She is a graduate of Class I and a founding member of the Gilbert Leadership program.
Thursday, October 1, 2020 at 7:00pm