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Youth Art Month at the Capitol

March is Youth Art Month at the Nebraska State Capitol. Beginning March 4 the Nebraska Music Education Association will hold a series of free noon time concerts in the 2nd floor rotunda.  The public is invited to enjoy Nebraska’s student musicians as they perform choral and band music.

Monday, March 4th
12:00 -12:30pm   Schuyler Middle School Band
12:30-1:00pm     Ravenna High School Choir

Tuesday, March 5th
12:00 -12:30pm   Gretna Quintet
12:30 -1:00pm     Pius X Sotto Voce

Wednesday, March 6th
12:00-12:30pm   Waverly Jazz Band
12:30-1:00pm     Crusader Choral

Thursday, March 7th
12:00-12:30pm   Scott Middle School Jazz Band
12:30-1:00pm     Scott Middle School Women’s Choir

The Nebraska Art Teachers Association will have a display of artwork from students across the state in the 1st floor rotunda from March 18 - 30, 2019. On Saturday March 30 the Youth Art Month Celebration will be held in the 2nd floor rotunda of the Capitol at 2:00 p.m.

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