You, Making History

Looking for an opportunity to meet fascinating people, loosen up and play, and jump into a historically significant timeline all at once? 

Consider this:

The Sand Lake Center for the Arts started out as a church, in 1808. More than a century later, it began serving as the Sand Lake Town Hall. Thirty years after that the building - with its stunning bell tower and stained glass windows – was renovated for use by performing and visual artists.

And this October, the Mop & Bucket Company will there - bringing an always interesting mix of people together to learn the playful basics of improv theatre.

If you’ve never tried improv, it’s a chance to make your own bit of personal history by breaking out of your regular routine. And if you have done it before, you know just how much fun it can be.