J & S Performing
Arts Center
Venue Location:

Box Office: (707) 449-1200

Lunch Time Music
In Town Square

May 28th thru Auguest 27th  2014
Jim & Gloria Mayoral

707-975-4024

Mobile Wood Fired Pizza

Private Parties - Company Events
Festivals & Fundraisers
Spike Daddy Productions presents

Morals on Blast







Morals on Blast. A comedy and variety show with Proceeds
supporting Opportunity House,
Joe & Tami Battle Fund and the Vacaville Pony Baseball League.

*Price will increase on show night.

Everyone attending an event at VPAT, regardless of age, must
have a ticket to gain admission.


Friday, April 18, 2014  / 6:30PM  / Tickets: $10.00 -
$40.00
VACAVILLE PERFORMANCE ARTS THEATRE
Todd Productions presents:

Ron George
   In Concert !




Ron George has been in the entertainment business most of
his life. He spent twenty years performing for audiences in
Cabaret Show Rooms throughout the Reno, Tahoe and
Las Vegas circuit.

Local audiences know Ron for his many Productions such as
"Christmas In My Home Town" now in it's 9th year.  Also,
"Vegas To Vacaville,"  "Thank You For The Music", a tribute to
our local music teachers, and countless variety shows which
feature many of the talented young people from our community.

Talking with Ron about this new show titled
"Ron George In Concert" he explained the show is a
mixture of all his favorite songs, from artists such as
Michael Buble, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Elvis, Huey Lewis,
Santana and of course some of the great country rock songs
he grew up with, which gives Ron a chance to rock out on the
Guitar.

He will be joined on stage by the Main Stage Dancers and Guest
Artist: DebraLee Darling and her Brad Habit
Their musical genres include, vintage pop,
rockabilly, blues, Southern Rock, R&B and
classic rock. They mix it up with the Ukulele
and acoustic guitar.  

Ron and his family are tireless advocates for
the Music programs in our local schools,
producing countless benefit Shows to help
"Keep The Music Alive".  Every show is a family event and they all
work together,  building sets, designing programs, making raffle
prizes, preparing food for the performers, setting up the stage
and, the all time worst job tearing it all down at the end of every
show and packing it away. And if that's not enough they even
perform in the shows.
AHHHH Show Business!! They Love It.


Saturday, May 31, 2014  / 7:30 PM  / Tickets: $25.00
VACAVILLE PERFORMANCE ARTS THEATRE
Fern Henry:

L
ocal historian and author of the definitive biography of
Luzena Stanley Wilson, “My Checkered Life”, will be at the
Vacaville Museum, 213 Buck Ave, Friday,
April 25th, from 6 to
8 pm,
to talk briefly on her subject and to sign copies of her
book.  

This coincides with the current Museum exhibit, “In Her
Shoes; Women Who Walked West 1841-1865”, as Luzena
Wilson, a true Vacaville pioneer, is one of the women
prominently featured.  She is also the one honored when we
serve onion soup at the Museum during “Merriment on
Main”.  

Fern Henry has done an excellent job of using Luzena’s own
classic account of her overland journey and life in early
California, and then enhancing the story with her own skills
as a researcher to include many important details and
accounts from other travelers and settlers.   Her book, which
is available in the Museum gift shop, would also make a
wonderful Mother’s Day gift!  

For further information, call 707-447-4513.
Vacaville Museum
Presents:
           Sallie Fox Day
    At the Vacaville Museum



May 4th, 12:00 – 3:00 pm


The Vacaville Museum’s annual Sallie Fox Day will be
Sunday, May 4th, at the Vacaville Museum, 213 Buck Ave, 12-
3 pm.  

The event is free and geared toward children who want to
learn all about pioneer life and the extraordinary Sallie Fox,
who, at age 12, travelled to California with her family by
wagon train, endured being wounded in an Indian attack, and
is ultimately responsible for bringing the black walnut from
Arizona, that was eventually planted by her uncle Josiah
Allison, to become the original Nut Tree!  

The children will be able to see the authentic apron worn by
Sallie on her journey to California, which includes a hole
made by an Indian arrow.  It is part of the current exhibit
inside the Museum, “In Her Shoes; Women Who Walked West
1841-1865”.   In the courtyard, they will be able to pan for
gold, learn how to pack a covered wagon, try quill pen
writing, and make toys of the time, along with other fun
activities.


As an added treat, Dorothy Kupcha Leland, the author of
“Sallie Fox, The Story of a Pioneer Girl”, will be there to sign
her book, which is available in the Museum Gift Shop.  For
further information, call 707-447