The show must go on…
On Monday, March 16th New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo announced expanded measures to help slow the spread of COVID-19 (Corona Virus) in our area. In doing so, he reduced crowd capacity to 50 and enforced the closing of many public businesses for a recommended eight weeks. As a result, we felt it our responsibility to close our ice rink doors and cancel or reschedule many events and shows.
Since 1976 Mid-Hudson Civic Center, Inc. has provided a place of recreation, amusement, exercise, laughs, team work and millions of memories for young and old. We have been there for you through community disasters, funerals, your graduations, date nights, children’s first shows, when your daughter won her first tournament or your son his first gold medal.
We were there as thousands of people came from all over the tri-state area to laugh with George Carlin, Eddie Murphy, Kevin Hart, Howie Mandel, Jim Gaffigan and most recently Sebastian Maniscalco or enjoy an exciting night of music with Bruce Springsteen, KISS, Alice Cooper, Kenny Rogers, Diana Ross, Johnny Cash, NKOTB, BB King and so many more!
We have been there for it all, and now we need you!
Share Your Story. Save The Arts.
While Mid-Hudson Civic Center Inc. remains dark we ask you to light up our stage with your memories. Share below your stories, positive experiences, favorite concerts, hockey game memories, attended events and more!
We will re-share your memories on our social channels and website in the coming days and light up our digital stage with you, our visitors through the years.
If you are able, we ask you, humbly, to please help us bear the costs of our substantial loss during these difficult times.
Read More: Hudson Valley’s multi-million dollar arts community suffering, too during Coronavirus. Poughkeepsie Journal
Please fill out and submit the form below with your story, memory or note.
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