Elizabethtown, KY – The Elizabethtown Performing Arts Center (EPAC) invites you to join them for a celebration of local professional and student artists on Saturday, January 20th, as they celebrate 20 years of being the Elizabethtown Performing Arts Center. For more than 60 years, the stage has been home to local artists and 20 years ago the Elizabethtown Independent School system, with the support of the community, made a commitment to their students and local artists by renovating the former TK Stone Auditorium and dedicating it as the Elizabethtown Performing Arts Center. The day will begin with a visual art activity for all ages in the TK Stone lobby at 11:00 a.m.. The completed community art piece will be hung in the EPAC when finished. The public is also invited to view Elizabethtown district students’ art work in the EPAC lobby throughout the day. Starting at noon, Elizabethtown students and local performing artists will take the stage for a celebration of the arts. Local dancers, singers, musicians and actors will take to the stage for this FREE public performance in the EPAC. Performances will include selections from The Dance Centre of Elizabethtown, the Heartland Fillies, Kevin Shank, Laurel Branch, Heart of Kentucky Men’s Chorus 9-2-5 ensemble and members of the Heartland Songwriter’s Association of Kentucky just to name a few. Students from each of the Elizabethtown schools will be featured as well. Bring the family and enjoy these fantastic performers and celebrate the diverse arts community in our area! No tickets are required! That evening, at 6:00 p.m., The Eric and Joe Surprise Show will take the stage with a new – one night only – performance to benefit the EPAC. In partnership with local non-profit Give 270, the show’s proceeds will benefit the EPAC as they continue to make improvements. The EPAC empowers local students and artists to learn and display their talents through the performing arts. For ticket information or to purchase tickets, visit theericandjoeshow.com or at the EPAC (attached to T.K. Stone Middle School at 323 Morningside Drive). For more information about Give 270, visit give270.org.