Stories tagged with: Secrest Auditorium

February 28, 2012 - 6:10pm
3 years 13 weeks ago

It's one of the biggest youth-focused events in Zanesville each year...

New Hope Church will host "The Restoration - Displayed" this Friday and Saturday (March 2 and 3) at Secrest Auditorium. New Hope Youth Pastor Adam King said that even though a church is hosting the event, everyone is welcomed to attend.

"It's obviously designed to be an outreach. We want it to be an outreach. It's not for church kids, it's for everybody. We want kids that are facing issues, you...

February 16, 2012 - 5:37pm
3 years 14 weeks ago

The WHIZ Media Group is teaming up with Secrest Auditorium and Ticket Crush Concerts to bring a taste of world culture to children in the area.

The world-renown Peking Acrobats come to Secrest on Monday.

As a special promotion, any adult working with an organization that serves youth is eligible to admit six kids free with the purchase of an adult ticket.

Secrest Auditorium Manager Anne Combs said working with local leaders helps bring diversity to the youth of Zanesville...

February 16, 2012 - 12:59pm
3 years 14 weeks ago

It was announced this week that Secrest Auditorium will get a face lift to their facility.

$75,000 was awarded to the auditorium from the Ohio Cultural Facilities Commission. The whole process took over six months to complete.

"It was a long detailed process and we're happy to get through it," said Executive Director of Zanesville Community Development Stacy Clapper. "We're just excited to take the next steps and those next steps include working with our architect...

February 13, 2012 - 11:29pm
3 years 15 weeks ago

On Monday Zanesville City Council accepted a federal grant to help pay for a new ladder truck for the fire department.

The department announced in Janaury that it was awarded a Federal Emergency Management Agency Homeland Security Assistance to Firefighters Grant for $675,000.  The grant will be used to replace a 25-year-old ladder truck.

Council also passed a new rental fee schedule for Secrest Auditorium, which includes a $300 per day increase for organizations that turn a...

February 4, 2012 - 9:45pm
3 years 16 weeks ago

After talking to Zanesville High School students about the dangers of bullying, teen music sensation, New Hollow, took to the stage for a concert at Secrest Auditorium.

WHIZ caught up with the Ohio-based band backstage before the teens' first concert in Zanesville. Band Members Mick Clouse, Evan West and Chad Blashford were excited to perform in front of hundreds of adoring fans.

"If you come to the concert tonight you will have a lot of fun with us," said west.

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January 26, 2012 - 11:41am
3 years 17 weeks ago

A band popular with the teen crowds is coming to Zanesville next weekend.

New Hollow features the trio of Mick, Evan and Chad. The teens from New Albany, Ohio have three singles on Billboard's 2011 Hot 100 Singles Chart, all without any radio play.

"It's teen pop. It's geared toward the age groups of 8-18," said Manager of Ticketcrush Concerts Kyle McPeck. "More specifically 14-18 years of age. A lot of their audience is girls. They have the look and the feel...

January 11, 2012 - 5:53pm
3 years 19 weeks ago

The New Manager Of Secrest Auditorium In Zanesville Is Now On The Job.

As of January First, Anne Combs replaced John Kunkel as Manager. Combs is not new to Secrest, she served as Marketing Director since 2008 and already has plans in place.

"My first goal is to partner with area promoters and area agencies to see that this building is utilized to its fullest capacity," said Combs."We have a wonderful asset in our community, but we need to make sure it's used as...

December 17, 2011 - 9:46pm
3 years 23 weeks ago

Two country music legends brought their show to Zanesville tonight.

Pam Tillis, and Laurie Morgan teamed up for their "Gritz and Glamour tour" at Secrest Auditorium.
Tillis is known for her hit song, "Maybe it was Memphis" and Morgan for her hit, "Watch Me."
Michael Luby, is the producer of tonight's concert.
He says that fans got to see not only a concert for for the holidays, but an unplugged looked at the two country stars.

"I...

December 3, 2011 - 9:20pm
3 years 25 weeks ago

Nothing seems to bring in the holiday spirit faster than music, Saturday it could be heard county-wide.

Muskingum Valley Educational Service Center brought together six area high school choirs for their annual holiday concert. Nearly 400 students from John Glenn, Maysville, Philo, Tri-Valley, West Muskingum and Zanesville High School performed at Secrest Auditorium in Zanesville. Superintendent Dr. Richard Murray said the experience is more than just a way to bring in the holidays...

November 29, 2011 - 11:27am
3 years 26 weeks ago

The sounds of the holiday season will fill Secrest Auditorium next Wednesday.

The Zanesville Bible Methodist Church is hosting the Collingsworth Family. Not only will the family of  six sing, expect to hear them play violins, trumpets and the piano as well. Pastor William Blair said the family represents a wholesome approach to the holiday season.

"We have a lot of things bad in this world, uncertainties and so on," said Pastor Blair from the Zanesville Bible...

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