Taking orders for Breakfast Burritos NOW! These are homemade and frozen for your convenience. Contact [email protected] to place your order!
In the 1940's, the Great Depression was drawing to a close, bringing with it a hope for a brighter economic future. Yet there was also uncertainty on the world stage as a war loomed. To cope, people turned to their radios to stay informed as well as to escape for an hour or two each evening. Radio personalities and musicians helped Americans through the war and the years following.
This is a great video about the experience of singing 4-part a cappella harmony!
The Ensemble received a $500 Award from KAKEland Cares and DeVaughn James Injury Attorneys that will help underwrite our 40's Performance Series. We're taking 40's music and dancing to those who remember the 40's! Complete with costumes and emcee about these fantastic 'radio days', the ensemble will entertain individuals and audiences with the music of their youth!
Giving a 'shout-out' to Dr. Ryan Kohlmeier from Emporia, KS who just signed up as a sponsor for our Fabulous 40's series. Take a bow, Dr. Kohlmeier, and thanks for your support!
Our communities are home to many women who love to sing! Yet, there are only a few ways to put her passion for singing to use for an entire lifetime. That's why Sound of the Heartland Ensemble is needed. Your support is vital to keep this unique arts opportunity available in and near your community. A community that offers vibrant arts and entertainment is a sweet place to live!
First Baptist Church
200 W. 6th
Newton, KS 67114
Thursdays, 7pm to 10pm
Support the arts - our choir accepts donations!