Arts 4 You Curriculum Experiences for Students
The Community Cultural Committee d/b/a The Three C’s

celebrates their 29th season of bringing a variety of high

quality performing arts experiences, from Theatreworks USA

in New York, to local students during the school day. This

season is dedicated to the memory of founding member and co-

chairperson , Mary Patenaude.
On Tuesday October 23, 2012 grades 4 – 8 are invited

to Archimedes and the Power of Math. Veteran actor

Patrick Garner uses motivational hands-on activities to help

students discover math power.
“Lock up your lettuce! Protect your parsley! Rescue your

rutabaga!” Grades 2 – 4 will sing, laugh and tap their feet

on Tuesday, December 4, 2012, as they experience the

adventures of rabbitt Bunnicula in this new musical,

based on the best-selling books by James and Deborah Howe.
On Monday April 29, 2013 The Civil War is brought to life in

this powerful new musical about one of American history’s

defining moment. It will illuminate aspects of the battles, its

leaders and turning points. Students in grades 3 – 8 will learn

the suffering and loss in the war between the States, and it will

bring an unforgettable era in our history to students’ lives.


The final production is Martha Speaks. The musical is about an

ordinary dog ……..until she eats some alphabet soup. All the

letters go to Martha’s head and she becomes literally out

spoken. Based on the delightful series of books by Susan

Meddaugh, this is a “doggone funny new musical”. Pre-K – 4

will enjoy this show on Thursday, May 23, 2013.
All productions are at 10 a.m. and noon at Hyde Cultural Center

in Woodstock at a cost of only $3 per person. Information is

available at or at the Box Office 860-928-

2946. This volunteer non-profit organization is managed by

Lynn Bourque of Putnam Bank and Betty Hale, Trustee of The

Regional Community YMCA. Over 185,000 students have

participated in our programs.