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PEAHOF memberships bring benefits

Becoming a member of the Pittsburg Entertainment & Arts Hall of Fame can be a win-win proposition for you.

Members receive free tickets to the PEAHOF 2015 Induction Ceremony scheduled for October. Members will also be able to purchase tickets to the April 25 Abalone Benefit Dinner celebrating the 100th anniversary of Lanzafame Furniture for $50. Price for nonmembers is $55. Members receive discounts at other PEAHOF events, including the Second Sunday Jam Sessions which are scheduled to resume this spring.

One-year individual memberships are available for $30. One-year family memberships are available for $50. Lifetime members are available for $100 for individuals and $150 for families. Memberships can be purchased on-line. 

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Lifetime Memberships:

Family - $150

 Individual - $100
Annual Memberships:

 Family - $50

 Individual - $30

Become a PEAHOF member today

If you’re not a dues-paying member of the Pittsburg Entertainment & Arts Hall of Fame, please sign up now by clicking here.

Yearly membership dues are $30 for individuals and $50 for families. Lifetime memberships are $100 for individuals and $150 for families. Memberships include voting rights and free tickets to the annual Induction Ceremony as well as discounts on selected events and merchandise.

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The Vision 

The Pittsburg Entertainment and Arts Hall of Fame will be located in the lobby of the historic Creative Arts Building on the Pittsburg High School campus.

Included in Hall of Fame experience is a 90-foot frieze depicting Pittsburg’s cultural history created by internationally known artist and Pittsburg native Dr. Ronald McDowell. 

An interactive display will provide you with an up-close-and-personal look at members of the Hall of Fame.

Mission Statement

The Pittsburg Entertainment and Arts Hall of Fame seeks to recognize local musicians, performers, artists and writers, commemorating their achievements and impact upon the cultural life of Pittsburg in hopes of  educating and inspiring the youth of Pittsburg to use and expand their creative abilities to enrich the community.

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The arts in Pittsburg will benefit when the City of Pittsburg, Pittsburg Chamber of Commerce and Pittsburg Entertainment & Arts Hall of Fame celebrate the 100th anniversary of Pittsburg’s oldest family-owned business, Lanzafame Furniture.

Pittsburg Community Theatre and the Pittsburg Community Band will also be beneficiaries of the event along with the Pittsburg Entertainment & Arts Hall of Fame.

Tickets are $55 or $50 for PEAHOF members for the April 25 dinner at the Pittsburg Elks Club, 200 Marina Blvd. Tables of 10 are available for $500. Dinner tickets also include tickets to the upcoming 2015 PEAHOF Induction Ceremony.

Camillo Lanzafame opened Lanzafame Furniture on Black Diamond Street in 1915, later moving to Railroad Avenue before building a new store in 1947 at its current location, 711 Railroad Ave. Camillo’s son, Delfo, later ran the store, which is now operated by his son, Chris.

The Lanzafame family has long been involved in the arts in Pittsburg. Camillo played briefly in the Pittsburg Municipal Band under the direction of PEAHOF inductee Emilio Civita. Both Delfo and Chris also played in the band.

Delfo was as widely known for his musical prowess as his furniture store. A versatile musician, he played in a number of local dance bands and was known for his collaborations on clarinet with accordionist Jim Riso. In addition, he was a violinist for the Vallejo Symphony Orchestra.

Chris is a long-time member of the Pittsburg Community Band and Los Medanos College Orchestra. He has played for a number of PCT musicals, several times with sons, Chris, Jeffrey and Robert. The family was awarded the coveted PCT Gypsy Coat in 2003 for its contributions to the musical ‘Deadwood Dick.’ Chris was the drum major for the University of California marching band, leading the band on a cross-country tour prior to its appearance in the U.S. Bicentennial Parade in Washington DC as the state of California’s official representative.

In addition to the City of Pittsburg and Pittsburg Chamber of Commerce, area businesses are joining in support of the special celebration.

Discovery Homes, which is supplying the abalone for the dinner, is the event’s platinum sponsor. Other dinner sponsors include Island Pacific, Ramar Foods, Food Source and Save Mart (18th Street, Antioch). Both the Pittsburg Community Band and Pittsburg Community Theatre will provide entertainment, with PCT presenting musical numbers from its production ‘Into the Woods,’ which runs Feb. 27-March 8 at the California Theatre in downtown Pittsburg

Tickets for the dinner are available at the Pittsburg Chamber of Commerce, Lanzafame Furniture, Railroad Book Depot and Pittsburg Historical Society Museum. Tickets may also be purchased online at the PEAHOF website, www.pittsburgentertainmentandarts.org.

Individuals and businesses wishing to become sponsors or provide raffle prizes can contact PEAHOF at pittartshall@gmail.com or call (925) 642-7321.

PCT going ‘Into The Woods’




PCT Photo/Vicki Victoria

CHRISTINA BOOTHMAN (bottom) plays Cinderella in PCT’s production of ‘Into The Woods.’ Her evil stepsisters, Florinda and Lucinda, are real-life sisters Betsy Kohler, (left) and Barbara Kennick (right). Vicki Victoria (top) plays the evil stepmother.

 It isn’t just movie patrons who are going

‘Into The Woods’ this year. 

You can also do so at the California Theatre (351 Railroad Ave.) with 24 cast members as well as musicians when Pittsburg Community Theatre presents the award-winning Stephen Sondheim musical for two weekends (Feb. 27-March 1 and March 6-8). 

With the success of ‘South Pacific’ last year, the nonprofit community theatre group that has brought live theatre to Pittsburg audiences for 42 years decided to present another “big” musical, albeit a very complex one not widely known or familiar to most audiences. 

“We thought with the success of ‘South Pacific,’ a mainstream production, we could introduce more contemporary musicals to Pittsburg,” said director Dianna Schepers. “We’ll go more mainstream next year with ‘Once Upon A Matress.’” 

Knowing that ‘Into The Woods’ would be released as a major motion picture also played into the decision to produce the play.   More....

PHS Band will play for uniforms

The Pittsburg High School Marching Show Band, ‘The Pride of Pittsburg,’ and the band’s musical ensembles are looking for gigs.

The band, which represented Pittsburg at the 2009 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York, and the London (yes, England) 2014 New Year’s Day Parade, is working to raise money to purchase new uniforms.

The band grew by 24 percent for the 2014-15 school year, and indications are it will grow the same amount next year. New uniforms must be purchased so that all members of the band can perform in uniform.

What better way to support the band and enjoy some great music than to invite the band to your event?

For information or to schedule the band, contact Tony Martinez at (925) 250-8455. Donations can be made to the PHS Band Boosters, P.O. Box 1201, Pittsburg, CA 94565.






Individuals, service clubs help PEAHOF

Local service clubs and individuals are helping the Pittsburg Entertainment & Arts Hall of Fame bring music to Pittsburg junior high students through the PEAHOF Arts Mentoring Program.

The Pittsburg Rotary Club and Pittsburg Women’s Community League have made contributions for the purchase of instruments for use in the program.

John Guerrero, a founding PEAHOF Board member and leader of Natural Blend, one of Pittsburg’s oldest bands, and Allan Grissette, drummer for the Devil Mountain Jazz Band, have both donated instruments for the program.

 Members of the California Watercolor Association have volunteered to work with students, providing art mentoring in the watercolor medium.

Not all donations are monetary ones.

You may wish to donate a musical instrument or art supplies for the PEAHOF Arts Mentoring Program at Pittsburg junior high schools. Or you may wish to share your artistic talent and time as a mentor. You may also consider donating a special piece of artwork to PEAHOF. Contact us at pittartshall@gmail.com.









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