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The Numerica Performing Arts Center has a full calendar of holiday events this December. Along with the community’s holiday productions, the Numerica PAC presents annual family favorites: HOLIDAY MOVIES ON THE BIG SCREEN on December 17-19 and OLD TIME RADIO SHOW: IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE on December 21.

Holiday Movies on the Big Screen

Van Doren Sales presents three holiday movies on the big screen the week leading up to Christmas. Showing on December 17 at 6:30pm is the holiday classic MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET (1947); On the big screen December 18 at 1:30pm and 6:30pm will be a family favorite, HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS (2000); December 19 at 6:30pm will be the Christmas comedy, SCROOGED (1988). Tickets are only $3. This media sponsor for these affordable movie nights is 103.9 KW3.

Old Time Radio Show

Local performers bring IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE, adapted by Joe Landry, to the stage in 1940s-style radio hour as it is broadcast live on KOHO 101. From the live sponsor spots, to the use of period microphones, to the sounds effects crew right there with the actors, the result is a nostalgic evening of entertainment from yesteryear, directed by Melissa Carlson.

After George Bailey wishes he had never been born, an angel is sent to earth to make George’s wish come true. George starts to realize how many lives he has changed and impacted, and how they would be different if he was never there.

The public is invited to be part of the live studio audience at the Numerica PAC on December 21 at 7:30pm (must be 5 years of age or older to attend); Tickets are $17-$21. KOHO 101 will also rebroadcast the show on Christmas Eve at 7:30pm on 101.1 FM and online at This holiday production is sponsored by KOHO 101, Hodgson’s Home Care adult family home, Numerica Credit Union, and Tom & Mary Ann McNair.


For tickets and a complete list of December events at the Numerica PAC, call 509-663-ARTS, go to, or visit the Box Office at the Stanley Civic Center.

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