The Helen Hocker Theater is holding a Greater Topeka Chamber's Business After Hours and ribbon cutting event today at 4:45 p.m. at 700 SW Zoo Parkway.
Topeka Civic Theatre & Academy (TCTA) recently partnered with Shawnee County Parks & Recreation to manage the theater, which has a long rich history of entertaining children and adults in Gage Park.
After Hours will include an announcement by Joanna Lassley, Associate Artistic /Education Director for HHT of the upcoming 2013-2014 season for the theater, which includes opportunities for both children and adults.
The ribbon cutting will be at 4:45pm with a Chamber Business After Hours to follow from 5-7pm.
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