The Barn is bursting with activities now. Tickets for all events can be purchased online or at the door.
We just finished packing up all the ghosts and zombies from our second annual Haunted House which was a huge success despite half of the town being evaculated and Super Storm Sandy hitting us. Watch out for a video from the event which should be out soon.
Dances – All Dances are 7-10PM and admission is $10. Cafe is open for concessions and Boppers provided the entertainment. 8th Grade Dance – Nov. 16th 6th Grade Dance – Dec. 7th 7th Grade Dance Dec. 14th.
Holiday Drop & Shop – On November 23rd – Black Friday – From 12 – 4 PM and December 22nd from 2-6 PM- Children 5 and up can be dropped off at the Madison Arts Barn and parents can shop or prepare for the holidays. Children will have games, crafts, movies and more to keep them entertained. The cost is $5 per hour and siblings are half price. This event was organized by Erika Klaskin as a charity project for her Bat Mitzvah and all the proceeds will be donated to Dances with Wood and Circle of Care. Both organizations supports children with cancer and their families.
Winter Wipeout – December 1st we will have our second annual Winter Wipeout!! The event features a bungee run, inflatable obstacle course, cash cube with a $50 cash prize per session, Fear Factor games, Minute to Win it games and more. Admission is $15 per session and includes inflatables, one cash cube chance and 10 game tickets. Additional chances in the cash cube and game tickets available. First Session is 3 – 5 PM and is open to all ages. Children 10 and under must be accompanied by an adult and both require a ticket for admission. Second Session is 5:30 – 7:30 PM and is open to 5th & 6th grade students. Third Sessions is 8 – 10 PM and is open to students in 7th grade and up.
Benefit Concert Featuring Body Lingo with special guest Knee Deep – Come join us for an exciting concert featuring Body Lingo performing their hit single Yum Yum, available on iTunes. Madison’s own Knee Deep will be the opening act. Come support our local teens and Friends of Madison Youth. Admission is $10 – 7th grade and up welcome.
The fall is here and that means the dances are back at the Madison Arts Barn. This Friday, October 5th will be our first 6th grade dance of the school year. The following week, Friday October 12th will be a 7th grade dance and Friday, November 16th will be an 8th grade dance. All the dances are high energy and lots of fun. Boppers DJ’s provide professional entertainment and for those that like the party but don’t like to dance there is basketball, ping-pong and foosball tables. Our cafe will be open for drinks, snacks and glow in the dark and LED novelties. All the dances are from 7-10 PM and Admission is $10. Tickets can be purchased in advance to avoid lines at the door at http://madisonartsbarn.org/?page_id=178. Parent volunteers are always needed and if interested email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This Sunday, September 23rd from 4:30-6 PM at the Barn we will have an informational meeting for those interested in participating in our second annual Haunted House. Last year was amazing with over 50 students and adults lending a hand in one way or another to make the event spectacular. Starting Monday September 24th from 6:30 – 8:30 PM during our Creative Creations session and going every Monday until the event we will be working on publicity, designing sets and costumes for the Haunted House. Students in 5th grade through 12th are welcome as well as parents. Hope to see you there!
Don’t miss out on your chance to see the latest Murder Mystery at the Madison Arts Barn. This Sunday, September 9th at 6:30 PM come join us for dessert and a murder. Revenge on the High Seas is a Pirate Murder Mystery written and directed by Daniel Hand student, Blake Brucher. Come meet and interrogate dozens of pirates to help solve who killed Captain Grisly Meed. Tickets are $15 per person and there is very limited seating. Our last Murder Mystery was a sell out so get your tickets now at http://madisonartsbarn.org/?page_id=178