Arts Updates and Events

Upcoming Events

July 2nd:  Variety Show at the Faulkton Legion Hall at 7:00pm featuring local talent for all to enjoy.  Admission is $5.00 for adults, $3.00 for 12 and under, preschool and younger free.

July 4th:  Afternoon Tea Program at the Pickler Mansion at 4:00pm.  Free will offering.

August 2nd-20th:  Artist in Residence, Jacob Bosmoe will be at the Faulkton School creating a mural for the new school in the Commons Area and will be assisted by students.  Part of the artist fee is coming from a fundraiser by the FCCLA with the balance being funded by the Faulkton Area Arts Council.

August 16th:  "Country Legends" - a Musical Event and Fundraiser for the Faulk County Community Transit Authority will be presented at 7:00pm at the Faulkton Legion Hall.  Tickets are $15.00 each general admission and available at the Faulkton Drug and also via Venmo. Request and pay for tickets @Linda-Bartholomew-2. Supply your name as tickets will be held for you at the door.  For more information go to: https://www.facebook.com/FaulktonAreaEconomicDevelopment


murder mystery dinner theaterMurder Mystery Dinner Theatre

After a hiatus of 3 years, the Murder Mystery Theatre is back for several evenings of entertainment in April.  An early spring fundraising event for the Faulkton Area Arts Council started back in 2005 when the arts council celebrated its 30th anniversary.  It was an evening with a silent auction, a comedy show, dining and dancing and was big hit with everyone.  It was nicknamed by some as the “adult prom.”  In 2007 a similar event was held and proved again to be a very successful evening.  With something similar not happening in the intervening years, Carrie Deiter brought the idea of a Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre to the arts council and in March of 2011 a new tradition was started and became a biennial event until 2020 when everything came to a halt in our world for a couple years.  The show must go on, however, and the arts council is happy to bring the Murder Mystery Theatre back to the public this April.

Watch the video here.