Taking A Stand: Orchestra at Riverpark Center - Tri-State News, Weather & Sports

Taking A Stand: Orchestra at Riverpark Center

By Vice President/General Manager Nick Ulmer

This weekend, you'll have a chance to see something in Owensboro that we don't often get to see in the Tri-State, a performance by the National Symphony Orchestra.

The performance will be Sunday at 3 p.m. in the Cannon Hall at Riverpark Center.

This was made possible from a partnership between the Owensboro Symphony Orchestra and the Riverpark Center.

And it was also made possible by a community committed to the arts.

The Riverpark Center's partnerships with arts organizations has already made a difference in Owensboro and Daviess County.

Support for local arts organizations can help build a foundation for strong business growth by attracting desirable, knowledge-based employees.

We hope you take the time to support these groups in your community.

To respond to this editorial, send an e-mail or call 812-253-0107. 

You can send a letter to me at: Nick Ulmer, WFIE-TV, and P.O. Box 1414, Evansville, IN 47701.

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