Wayne Evening With The Arts

Wayne Hills High School and the Tri-M Music Honor Society Presents:
Wayne Evening with the Arts
Tuesday MARCH 10TH

7:00-9:00pm at Wayne Hills High School
$5 Suggested Donation

  1. It will be a night to showcase the talented students in the Wayne school district.
  2. Various performances such as small instrumental ensembles, jazz bands, choirs, and winter guard performances and demonstrations.
  3. The unique setup, with performances spanning through multiple areas of the school and rotating on fifteen minute intervals will provide constant entertainment and a diverse representation of the arts programs in Wayne.
  4. The evening will be a charity event to support Mr. Holland’s Opus foundation, a nonprofit organization that collects and donates new and used instruments to schools around the nation that lack a music department.

Call WHHS Band Office (973) 317-2060 with questions

Tue, March 10
7:00 pm — 9:00 pm
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Wayne Hills High School and the Tri-M Music Honor Society Presents:
Wayne Evening with the Arts
Tuesday MARCH 10TH

7:00-9:00pm at Wayne Hills High School
$5 Suggested Donation

It will be a night to showcase the talented students in the Wayne school district.
Various performances such as small instrumental ensembles, jazz bands, choirs, and winter guard performances and ...

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