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Pinedale Online > News > July 2009 > PFAC announces 2009-2010 season
PFAC announces 2009-2010 season
Puppets, fairy-tales, bluegrass and more
by Pinedale Fine Arts Council
July 21, 2009

The Pinedale Fine Arts Council has just posted the majority of its 2009-2010 season on their website

As part of its 5-show season ticket events the organization will be presenting State Street Ballet Co. of Santa Barbara, CA. (performing Cinderella), legendary western/comedy group Riders in the Sky, Canadian puppet theatre company Theatre Sans Fil (performing the Hobbit), Alaska bluegrass ensemble Bearfoot and Jackson comedian Bob Berky.

In addition to the season ticket events, PFAC will also be presenting a slew of smaller shows including the Cashore Marionettes and renowned Scottish fiddler Alsdair Fraser.

As per usual, PFAC will also be presenting a number of school residencies within both the Pinedale and Big piney school districts. Artist residencies this coming school year will include poet Matt Daly, storyteller Diane Ferlatte, ceramist Steve Schrepferman, and Dancers Workshop. Links to all performers are on our website.

Please note that there is a time change for PFAC season ticket events. The performances will begin at 7 p.m instead of 7:30 p.m.

Keep an eye open for the annual PFAC season mailer coming to post office boxes in the next couple weeks. Included in the mailer will be donation info and a 6"X9" poster of upcoming events perfect for hanging on the refrigerator. This year you will also be able to purchase tickets make donations online so please visit for more information.

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