Open Mic Nite @ May Pavilion
Sep 21 @ 7:30 pm

After a successful introduction in 2017, Open Mic Nite in the May Pavilion is back, and we are seeking more MarionMade! talent. This event is open to performers of all ages and a variety of acts from musicians, dancers, and singers to magicians, comedians, and poets. So what are you waiting for? Step onto the stage and into the spotlight for the Palace’s Open Mic Nite. Sign up in advance at the Palace Box Office.

And with all that great entertainment on stage, we’ll need an audience! So, plan to join us for some hometown entertainment by previously undiscovered performers or those who’ve already made a name for themselves.

United Way Designer Purse Bingo
Sep 22 @ 6:00 pm – 6:00 pm

The United Way of Morrow County invites you to join us for a night of fun!
$35.00/person includes:
1 book of bingo cards (10 games – additional cards available for $5.00 each), food, a bottle of wine to share with your table of 8, a take home item, opportunities to win fabulous door prizes and designer purses, meet fun people and have a blast!
Grab some girls and good luck!
Interested in donating a designer purse ($300 retail value) or renting a table to promote your business ($100)?  Contact Jodi Hayes, Director, for more details!

Sunday Buffet @ All Occasions Catering & Banquet Facility
Sep 23 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

Sunday Buffet every Sunday at All Occasions Catering & Banquet Facility. Enjoy many delicious items off the buffet, including a variety of meats, pastas, vegetables, salad bar, desserts, and more! Groups are welcome, but please make a reservation.

Ambrosia & Orleans @ Marion Palace Theatre
Sep 28 @ 8:00 pm

It’s a night of classic rock from the 70s and 80s featuring two great bands.

Best known as the 70s pop-rock band that brought us iconic hits like “Still the One,” “Dance With Me,” and “Love Takes Time,” Orleans is now entering its 46th year of live performances. With a body of work that includes 16 albums, the band remains “in demand” domestically and internationally. And it’s no wonder. The same great talent that made them famous continues to take the stage show after show. Co-founder Lance Hoppen (brother of the late co-founder Larry Hoppen) and long-standing members Lane Hoppen, Fly Amero, and Charlie Morgan, recently welcomed back co-founder John Hall, who had been on sabbatical as a US Congressman. Together these musicians carry on their sound with dignity and integrity enforcing the legacy they began more than 40 years ago.

Founded in South Bay Los Angeles in 1970, four young musicians came together to create a new and moving style of music. And with that, Ambrosia was born. Originally labeled as America’s answer to the progressive invasion from English acts YES and King Crimson, Ambrosia’s invigorating and unique blend of music quickly garnered attention. Their music turned the heads and caught the ears of many iconic bands, which led to touring opportunities with groups like Fleetwood Mac, Heart, and the Doobie Brothers. Since their success in the 1970s, Ambrosia has earned five Grammy Nominations, as well as multiple Top 40 singles. Known for their hits “Biggest Part of Me,” “How I Feel,” and “You’re the Only Woman,” Ambrosia is sure to bring that same 1970’s groove to the Marion Palace Theatre in 2018!

Celebrity Chef Omelette Breakfast at Seniors on Center
Sep 29 @ 8:00 am – 10:30 am

Please join us for a morning of made to order Celebrity Chef Omelette Breakfast.  Brought to you by Williamsport Grange #1815, featured at Chamber Member Seniors on Center, and to benefit the Morrow Little Theatre.
This is a freewill donation event.  Come for a show stopping omelette and help Morrow Little Theatre raise the curtain!