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LPAC Gala tickets available and teaching credentials offered in Lancaster

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An informational meeting for prospective students in the California State University, Bakersfield teaching program will be held Friday, May 16, 2014 at the Antelope Valley campus.

Three different times are available: 4 p.m. Secondary Education in room 119; 5 p.m. Elementary Education in room 120; and 6 p.m. Special Education in room 119.

The California State University, Bakersfield-AV offers teacher credential programs in the areas of Multiple Subjects, Single Subject and Special Education. These programs are accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education and are No Child Left Behind compliant. Teacher credential programs can be completed in one year and all classes are offered in the Antelope Valley. Financial Aid is available for those who qualify.

For more information call Jenny St. George at (661) 952-5080. Parking is free and no registration is required.

The Lancaster Performing Arts Center (LPAC) Foundation will host Jukebox Saturday Night, its Fourth Annual Gala and Grand Auction Saturday, June 7, 2014 at 6 p.m. The Gala, sponsored by Gene Wheeler Farms, Inc., will take place at the Lancaster Performing Arts Center. Proceeds will go toward the Foundation’s mission of providing art programming and education to the Antelope Valley.

Featuring a ‘fabulous fifties’ theme, the event will have guests feasting on tasty fifties-fare, enjoying top-shelf cocktails and jiving to classic tunes as performed by the 1950’s Musical Revue, The Wonderelles. The Grand Auction will feature more than 30 vacation, dining and entertainment packages, including trips to Paris, New York, Hawaii and Atlantis, a BLVD Dining & Entertainment package, Staples Center Sports VIP package, L.A. Dodgers Dugout Club VIP package, Gino’s Italian Restaurant package, Streets of Lancaster Grand Prix Racing Experience, Kentucky Derby package and much more.

The LPAC Foundation provides support for educational programming, school outreach, bus funding, LPAC ticket scholarships and LPAC’s Arts for Youth program. With recent budget cuts taking a significant toll on school art programs, support of art-devoted organizations, such as LPAC, is needed more than ever. As such, the LPAC Foundation invites the community to attend Jukebox Saturday Night in support of its commitment to expanding arts education in the Antelope Valley for years to come.

Tickets for Jukebox Saturday Night are $100 per person and may be purchased at the LPAC Box office, (661)723-5950 or online. For more information on the Gala and Grand Auction packages, please visit their website or contact Julie Secory at (661) 723-6082 or jsecory@cityoflancasterca.org.

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