5 til Places

We are excited to tell stories again at Temple Civic Theatre!

After being shuttered for well over a year, Temple Civic Theatre is proud to present 5 til Places: A Musical Revue.

In advance of opening our 2021-2022 Main Stage Season, we are opening our doors and filling our stage with singing and dancing!

Co-directed by Priscilla Quinal Santana and Trey Shonkwiler, 5 til Places boasts a cast of over thirty performers. The show features youth, veterans, and everyone in between. 5 til Places highlights music from the Golden Age of Broadway to modern Contemporary Theatre.

We invite the community to join us as we open once again and bring live theatre back to Central Texas!

Academie Musique Strings Camp

Hybrid live and virtual strings camp hosted by Academie Musique Strings Camp

  • Live Orchestra: 9-11am
  • Introducing Orchestral and Chamber Music Program 11-12pm. Two quartets will be formed from the top 8 players in Vivace (in-person).
  • Virtual All Region and All State Etudes Classes July 19-22, 1:30-3:30pm
  • Orchestra and Chamber Music Showcase Concert: July 23, 12:15pm

Aizuri Quartet Live at the CAC

Aizuri Quartet
Through its engaging and thought-provoking programs, branded by The New York Times as “genuinely exciting” and “imaginative,” the Aizuri Quartet has garnered critical acclaiming for bringing a “technical bravado and emotional power” to bold new commissions and masterpieces of the past.

See Aizuri Quartet perform at the CAC, January 22nd,2022.

An Evening of Stories and Songs with Chris Hillman

The Cultural Activities Center presents: An Evening of Stories and Songs with Chris Hillman. Featuring Herb Pederson and John Jorgenson.

For Tickets: https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?ticketing=cac01

Members of the CAC can purchase tickets for $40. Non-members can purchase tickets for $45.


Sponsored by Brockway, Gersbach, Franklin & Niemeier, P.C.

Bell County Comic Con 2021

Bell County Comic Con is a family-friendly event held at the Bell County Expo Center located in Belton, TX. This event takes place over the course of two days, August 7th- August 8th. This exciting convention focuses on bringing comics, pop culture, gaming, and movies together into one fantastic event.

There will be artists, exhibitors, cosplay contests, celebrity guests, and much more. Dress up in your favorite cosplay attire, costume, or superhero tees to truly get in on the action and enjoy this convention to the fullest.

Tickets for the event can be purchased on the event website at: https://purchase.growtix.com/e/Bell_County_Comic_Con_2021


CTOS Presents: Geneva Lewis

New Zealand-born violinist Geneva Lewis has forged a reputation as a musician of consummate artistry whose performances speak from and to the heart. She is the recipient of a 2021 Avery Fisher Career Grant and winner of the Grand Prize at the 2020 Concert Artists Guild Victor Elmaleh Competition.

Join us at the CAC for live music from this talented violinist!

Empire Wild Live at the CAC

Empire Wild is a genre-bending, crossover trio founded by Ken Kubota, Brandon Ilaw, and Mitch Lyon. The three musicians met at Julliard and formed Empire Wild as a vehicle for their love of musical exploration – fusing the sounds of pop, folk, Broadway, and more into their songwriting and composition.

Come see Empire Wild at the CAC on September 26th.

Family Fun Fest and Fireworks Show

This event marks the 23rd annual H-E-B Family Fun Fest and Fireworks Show. The celebration starts at 4 pm with food vendors and activities. The fireworks celebration takes place at 9:30 pm.  Enjoy time together with others who are equally as excited to celebrate the United States of America and all the things America has accomplished since winning its independence.