GENEROO Organization Inc.
Welcome to GENEROO, Middlecreek Council on the Arts website! We welcome all visitors and would like to share with you our past and future events and projects. Take your time as you check out our web site. Learn more about our non-profit organization and please contact us if you have any questions.
The GENEROO board welcomes questions regarding events and workshops. Please contact us at email@example.com or 570-658-5300 and someone will get back to you as soon as possible!
GENEROO's Mission Statement:
The GENEROO Organization supports and benefits all segments of the community through cultural/arts, educational, public service and awareness programs for the betterment of all individuals, in a continually changing world.
GENEROO Organization's Goals:
To produce and coordinate cultural and educational events, including : theatre, dance visual arts, music, literature, film, folk arts/crafts, history and other media. To provide workshops, lectures and special events to cultivate awareness, understanding and respect for the arts .To involve individuals of all ages in cultural and artistic events by providing opportunities for exploration and appreciation.
Programs are supported in part by:
M&T Bank Foundation
The Woodcock Foundation for the
Appreciation of the Arts, Inc.
Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency, through the Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts (PPA), its regional arts funding partnership. PPA is administered in this region by Community Partnerships RC&D.
GENEROO will be hosting their 2018 summer theater camp. The camp's production will be Disney's Peter Pan Jr. and is for elementary, middle school, & high school ages.
Where: Susquehanna University's Degenstein Auditorium
When: July 9-14th, 2018
Time: Daily from 9AM-5PM, except Friday (all day) and Saturday evening only for the night's production.
Price: $60 for all campers. Due to the camp expenses and less funding, the Generoo board decided to raise the cost of camp this year. Remember we do take the kids on a field trip to see a theatre production. This summer we are taking the campers to see SWING at the Dutch Apple Theatre on August 11 for a matinee. More information will be provided at camp.
Auditions: June 9, 2PM @ Seibert Hall, Susquehanna University
See below for the link to take you to the registration form.