Center for Art & Entertainment offers space to nonprofits; Will showcase local artists

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Granted money from the city of Hendersonville, the Community Foundation of Henderson County and the Arts Council of Henderson County to “open safely,” The Center for Art & Entertainment at 125 S. Main St. is opening April 23 with the theater downsized and socially distanced as a result of COVID-19 challenges.

According to Managing Director Jeanie Linders, “We are very excited, but it’s not going to be ‘theater as usual’ for awhile as we work to assure the health and safety of our audience and staff members.”

Aware that funding challenges have affected arts and service nonprofits throughout Henderson County, CAE is making the use of the theater space available to groups that need a “safe” space to hold an event to raise funds or visibility to their supporters or audience members at no charge through its Community Committed Program.

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