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Farmers Market

 

(photo courtesy of Ricky Saldivar)

Farmers Market Ambassadors Needed!

The Grand Prairie Farmers Market is open 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays from April through mid-December and features locally grown fruits and vegetables, baked goods, tamales, salsas, dips, relishes, eggs, honey, chips, plants, soaps, candles and more.

Our friendly and outgoing Farmers Market ambassadors are an important part of the market atmosphere! Duties include:

  • Stay at the information table and act as greeter/host
  • Talk to guests about the market and City events
  • Help with games/ events that are held at the Market

We're looking for dependable volunteers who can come on a weekly or bi-weekly basis, about three hours per week. Minimum age to volunteer is 16.

 

**If interested, please contact the Farmers Market Manager, Ray Kunze at rkunze@GPTX.org. A commitment to serve on an ongoing basis is required.**

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Uptown Theater/ PARD Administration

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2. The Boys of D63

The Boys of D63 started life 4 years ago as “December ’63” ~ A Tribute to the Original Jersey Boys.” Over the success of the past three years, the band and show has evolved into “The Boys Of D63 ~ Music That Defined A Generation.” 

This phenomenal show features four powerful vocalists whose voices, moves, and wit will have you captured before you have a chance to catch your breath. With everything from Billy Joel to Earth Wind and Fire and more, with just a little Frankie Valli thrown in for good measure, The Boys of D63 sell tickets and create life-long fans on every gig!

 

Volunteer Dress Code:

White/Black Top 

Black Bottom 

3. Sherma Andrews: Legendary Lady Singers

Sherma Andrews is a gifted singer, songwriter, recording artist, arranger and pianist and former faculty member at Boston’s prestigious Berklee College of Music who has performed at major worldwide festivals including Switzerland’s Montreux Jazz Festival, and has worked with major stars such as Britney Spears, Branford Marsalis, Enrique Iglesias, Donna Summer and many others.  While touring with Enrique Iglesias, Sherma replaced Whitney Houston to sing their duet hit, “Could I have this Kiss Forever?”

Sherma’s theatre shows, featuring her with a 5-piece band or recorded tracks, celebrate Legendary Lady Singers whose amazing lives and iconic hits are known and loved by audiences everywhere.   It’s the music of Whitney Houston, Diana Ross, Aretha Franklin, Tina Turner, Sade, Donna Summer, Natalie Cole, Etta James, Billie Holiday, Anita Baker, Beyonce and more.  Sherma can customize shows to feature a selection of lady legends - e.g., Ladies of Soul, or Ladies of Pop, or Ladies of Jazz. Or, she can do an entire performance to one artist such as her “Queen of Soul” show, which celebrates the greatest hits of the late great Aretha Franklin.

 

Volunteer Dress Code:

White/Black Top 

Black Bottom 

4. The Diamonds

In 1957 THE DIAMONDS released an instant million selling hit called “Little Darlin’.” The song continues to sell worldwide and has been dubbed “the National Anthem of Rock and Roll.” To date it has sold approximately 20 million copies.

Through the years since the release of “Little Darlin,” THE DIAMONDS have learned one important lesson – the durability of this classic rock and roll music is as much about the future as it is about the past. As a result, THE DIAMONDS continue to expand their audience to this day, performing in a variety of venues and settings worldwide. These performances include – with Symphony Orchestras, in Performing Arts Theatres and major concert halls, on cruise ships, in casinos, at county and state fairs, on tours of England, Ireland, Brazil, Chile, Korea, and Japan, for benefit concerts, corporate conventions and at nightclubs. “We’ve been pleased to find a growing audience among all age groups. They love songs they can understand, remember and actually sing the words to… today, tomorrow, or even 20 years from now.”

 

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5. Riders in the Sky

For more than thirty years Riders In The Sky have been keepers of the flame passed on by the Sons of the Pioneers, Gene Autry and Roy Rogers, reviving and revitalizing the genre. And while remaining true to the integrity of Western music, they have themselves become modern-day icons by branding the genre with their own legendary wacky humor and way-out Western wit, and all along encouraging buckaroos and buckarettes to live life "The Cowboy Way!"

Riders In The Sky are exceptional not just in the sense that their music is of superlative standards (they are the ONLY exclusively Western artist to have won a Grammy, and Riders have won two), but by the fact that their accomplishments are an exception to the rule as well.

 

Volunteer Dress Code:

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6. Tenors of Comedy

THE TENORS OF COMEDY IS A FRESH NEW TAKE ON THE THREE TENORS MODEL.
THESE GENTLEMEN SING ALL STYLES OF MUSIC FROM MODERN POP TO OPERA, AND EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN. TRAINED AT SUCH PRESTIGIOUS INSTITUTES AS THE JULLIARD SCHOOL, AND HAVING PERFORMED IN HOUSES WORLDWIDE (THE METROPOLITAN OPERA, CARNEGIE HALL, TOKYO OPERA HOUSE, THEATER NEUE FLORA), THEY ARE THE DEFINITION OF SEASONED PERFORMERS. THROW IN STAND UP COMEDY AND IMPROV, AND YOU HAVE THE COMPLETE ENTERTAINMENT PACKAGE.
THE TENORS OF COMEDY WILL HAVE YOU ROLLING IN THE AISLE WITH LAUGHTER AND UP ON YOUR FEET WITH EXCITEMENT!
 

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