Concert at Weyauwega-Fremont High School
The Duttons to perform on Oct. 13
Miron Construction will help the Weyauwega-Fremont School District celebrate its high school project with a concert in the new Performing Arts Center.
The company is sponsoring a performance by The Duttons at 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 13.
The concert is free and open to those who live in the school district.
The Duttons is a family comprised of three generations of musical performers.
They are international touring and recording artists who perform bluegrass to classical music, and everything in between.
Their show features a variety of instruments, including violin, guitar, bass, viola, banjo, mandolin, keyboard, harmonica and drums.
The Duttons have garnered awards and recognitions in national fiddling contests, classical violin competitions and as studio musicians.
Their flagship business, The Dutton Family Theater, is located in Branson, Missouri.
There are 400 tickets available to residents in the W-F School District.
Tickets can now be picked up at the high school office in allotments of four at no cost.
People must pick up the tickets in person.
Ticket requests will not be available by phone.
If tickets remain after Oct. 10, those who already picked up tickets will be able to get a few more for their groups, said District Administrator Scott Bleck.
Miron served as the construction manager for the project.
In addition to the new 400-seat Performing Arts Center, the project included the addtion of a multi-purpose gym, expanded weight room and fitness area, enlarged commons and four new classrooms for science, agriscience and Project Lead the Way programming.
A new forum area and other collaborative, flexible learning spaces were also created as part of the remodel, as well as the modernization of existing classrooms, and construction of secure entrances and offices.
Prior to the show, there will be an open house with tours of the new spaces. That will begin at 4 p.m.