Looking at the hours of operation, one might suggest being open more than just 24 hours in a week?
At an emergency board meeting Monday, all seven members of the center’s board who were in attendance agreed on some new approaches to keep the 47-year-old center viable and the community engaged with its economic health.
“We sat down and made some real action plans. The board was just 100 percent on board and confident to march into the future.”
Specifically, Brown said, plans were laid out to display the center’s art in other venues and to have more musical and performance programs. Improvements to the center’s entrance and a new logo are also in the works.