Experience the Arts at The Golden Husk

The Golden Husk is hosting two fantastic opportunities to enjoy the many expressions of the Arts right here in our home area.

Beginning this Friday night, July 28, at 7:00,  Camp Witness, a Christ-centered, non-denominational Bible Camp located in North-Central Nebraska will be returning to The Golden Husk stage in Ord. The camp’s theatre extension ministry,  Six Days, No Net Youth Theatre Productions, with be presenting two plays. 

The first, “The World has Yet to See” is a drama based on the true story of Jim Elliot, missionary to South America.  In 1956, he and four other missionary friends were speared to death while attempting to make contact with one of the most dangerous tribes living in the jungles of Ecuador.  Jim’s widow, Elisabeth Elliot, later spent two years living in the same village, ministering the forgiveness and love of God to the very tribe members who had killed her husband. She is probably best known for her daily radio program “Gateway to Joy,” produced in Lincoln, NE, as well as her best- selling book, “Through Gates of Splendor.”

The second play is entitled “Choices.”  It tells of a young woman who has made a choice that draws her to God.

Then, on Saturday afternoon, July 29, at 4:00 pm, you are invited to experience the phenomenal talents of professional ballet dancer, Brianna Lange at her Senior Benefit for the Ord Food Pantry.  Brianna Lange is the daughter of Duane and Kathy Lange of Ord.  She will be performing with Michigan Classical Ballet in Ann Arbor, MI for the 2017-2018 season as Company Trainee and furthering her dance studies at the Academy of Russian Classical Ballet.

Her show will also feature performances by many of her family members, treating us to vocal selections accompanied by guitar, piano solos, fiddling, and tap dancing.

Both Friday night and Saturday afternoon, all of these outstanding events are being offered to the public as free-will donation performances.

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