Moonlight and Ivory

An elegant evening of music, art, and fundraising.

Save the Date:  TENTATIVE  – February 5, 2022
Dade City Women’s Club
Matinee – 2 p.m.
Evening Art Show 7 p.m., Performances 7:30 p.m.
Tickets; $15 for Matinee, $25 for Evening

Due to COVID-19 and its impact on our community, Moonlight and Ivory  will not be held in 2021.  We are currently evaluating the situation for 2022 with a tentative date of February 5, 2022.   The Heritage Arts Center Association Board of Directors will continue to monitor all local, state and CDC guidelines to make our final decision for 2022.  Please revisit this page for undated information regarding Moonlight and Ivory 2022.

Moonlight and Ivory is one of HACA’s signature events that helps raise funds for our many other programs, including the Spotlight on Talent scholarships.

Each February, musicians and artists from Dade City, Zephyrhills, Wesley Chapel, and surrounding areas offer a variety of music which is always impressive and includes vocal and instrumental renditions of show tunes, classics, contemporary, jazz, bluegrass, sacred, and original pieces by adult performers of all ages.

Many of the performers are or have been professional and some are up-and-coming, but all are accomplished musicians.  Part of the event is a wonderful art show with contributions by local artists in a wide variety of media. Both shows are made complete by delectable gourmet refreshments and desserts served at intermission.

As a result of the community support of this event, we are able to offer an annual $1,000 Pasco Heritage Scholarship for performing arts to be awarded to a graduating high school senior from Pasco County.   We also offer each year a $1,000 Nereim Fine Arts Award for a Pasco County graduating senior talented in the visual arts.

Thank you to all  who attended our show this year.  We had a very successful event and raised needed funds to support our other programs, including the Spotlight on Talent scholarships.  We are grateful to our performers, sponsors and patrons.  We hope to see you next year.  DBD