Wednesday, July 8, 2020


Darke County Center for the Arts announces that the local non-profit arts organization will not be presenting its annual summer events BBQ & Blues and Missoula Children’s Theatre. “Normally DCCA would be gearing up for a new season and excitedly announcing our plans for coming events,” stated Andrea Jordan, DCCA Executive Director. “As we all know too well, nothing is normal right now and though live performance is currently taking an intermission, DCCA is still planning and eagerly anticipating our 2020-2021 VISION Season,” Jordan shared.

In addition, ticket holders for shows that DCCA was forced to cancel have until June 30 to contact DCCA to request a refund or consider the amount of the ticket a donation to continuing DCCA’s mission of presenting and promoting the arts in Darke County. Should you choose to donate your tickets and would like a tax letter, acknowledging your valued contribution contact DCCA or simply send us an email with your name, address and the tickets you are donating to

“The DCCA Board of Directors and Staff thanks our patrons, sponsors, and the community for their commitment to our organization and the arts in Darke County, when we are able to get a clearer picture, we will be announcing the 2020-2021 VISION Season and DCCA annual membership campaign. We are all looking forward to when this intermission comes to an end, and the thrill that live performance brings will feel more special than ever before,” concluded Jordan.

The DCCA Office in the Greenville Public Library is currently closed but can be reached at (937) 547-0908, or visit for more information.

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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