Tuesday, September 5, 2017


Darke County Center for the Arts advises patrons on parking near St. Clair Memorial Hall for David Myles September 9th Artists Series show and upcoming events. Construction on West 4th Street, in from of St. Clair Memorial Hall, and the demolition of Greenville City Schools Junior High building will impact parking at St. Clair Memorial Hall. "Due to the current improvements taking place in the area we are encouraging patrons to take a bit more time when parking for upcoming events. Downtown Greenville has numerous public parking lots as well as on street parking to be utilized." stated Andrea Jordan, DCCA Executive Director.

The handicap entrance of St. Clair Memorial Hall will remain open. Public parking lots are located on West 4th & 5th Street across from the Greenville Public Library; on West 3rd Street behind Bach to Rock and on East 5th Street behind The Bistro Off Broadway and The Palace.

In addition, the following business and church parking lots may be used, all within 2 blocks of St. Clair Memorial Hall, The Greenville Public Library on West 5th Street; EUM Church on Devor Street; Greenville National Bank on Sycamore and West 4th Street; First United Methodist Church on Sycamore and West 3rd Street; and First Congregational Christian Church on Sycamore & West 5th Street.

"DCCA apologizes for the current parking inconvenience to our patrons and thanks the City of Greenville, Greenville City Schools and local businesses and churches for their assistance with parking for our upcoming events," concluded Jordan. "Please contact our office at (937) 547-0908 with questions and further assistance."

Tickets are currently available for DCCA's upcoming 2017-2018 Arts Count Season and can be purchased online at www.centerforarts.net and through the DCCA office on the 3rd floor of the Greenville Public Library. Darke County Center for the Arts presents and promotes performing and fine arts encouraging cultural enrichment. DCCA is also committed to the preservation of Henry St. Clair Memorial Hall as an important cultural center in the community.

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