The Sugar Land Auditorium Centennial Celebration on Saturday, October 27th

The Sugar Land Auditorium.

The Sugar Land Cultural Arts Foundation (SLCAF) proudly announces the Sugar Land Auditorium Centennial Celebration to be held on Saturday, October 27th from 10 am to 2 pm. This family-friendly event will celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the historic Sugar Land Auditorium, which is the last remaining public building from the original company-owned town of Sugar Land.

This monumental celebration will take place on the grounds of the historic Sugar Land Auditorium, located at 226 Lakeview Dr. and will be filled with free performances and fun activities for the entire family. The festivities begin with a proclamation from Sugar Land Mayor  Joe Zimmerman followed by a variety of musical acts, talks, demonstrations and interactive activities that will educate attendees about the history of the Auditorium, the City of Sugar Land and 1918 America.

The Texian Time Machine will be onsite coordinating an assortment of exciting children’s activities, including a scavenger hunt, paper airplane making station, photo booth with vintage clothing and props and time-period-inspired games.

The Knights of Columbus from St. Theresa’s Catholic Church will be gril-ling hamburgers, hotdogs and other eats for all to enjoy during the event. The SLCAF will host a special Ice Cream Social from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm spotlighting local celebrity scoopers that kids and adults alike will not want to miss. Other special areas include story time, featuring a special celebration of the 100th birthday of Raggedy Ann, as well as musical performances featuring popular music from the WWI era including Ragtime and Dixieland. Performers will be available to chat with the guests after their performances.

Inspiration Stage will delight guests with scenes from their productions of Newsies and Chitty
Chitty Bang Bang
.After the performances, the actors, along with Suffragettes and Soldiers, will be roaming the grounds in period attire furthering the feel that guests have been transported back in time.  Be sure to stop by and take a photo with one of these fantastic performers. Last but not least, do not miss the special screening of the critically acclaimed documentary  Saving
at 1 pm inside the Sugar Land Auditorium. The screening will be followed by a talk with the film’s star and director.

Mark your calendar and bring the entire family out to celebrate 100 years of Sugar Land history!

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