2018
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Gazebo - Main Stage

  9:00 am -  9:30 am

  9:30 am - 10:00 am

 10:00 am - 10:30 am

 10:30 am - 11:00 am

 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

 12:00 pm -  1:00 pm

  1:00 pm -  1:30 pm

  1:30 pm -  2:00 pm

  2:00 pm -  3:00 pm

  3:15 pm -  3:30 pm

  3:30 pm -  4:00 pm

Please attend Keynote in Ballroom

Tai Chi for Health

Lift / Dance / Fitness

Oliver White, Solo Acoustic Show

Little Goddess Trybe

Austin College Consort

“Trashion Fashion 5”

Tai Chi for Health

Lift / Dance / Fitness

Our vision at LIFT Dance | Fitness | Arts is be a safe, wholesome fun place for families and people of all ages to learn and develop skills in dance, fitness, and the arts.  We have something for the whole family - dance and tumbling classes for children ages 2-13; and group fitness for ages 13 & up offering unlimited Zumba, Pilates, Yoga, Barre Fitness, and Aerial Yoga class.  Our state-of-the art facility combined with caring and experienced instructors makes a winning combination for our customers!


Tai Chi is a very old Chinese martial art form. It dates back to the 12th century. It can be thought of as a slow moving meditation.  Tai Chi is performed slowly, softly, and gracefully with smooth and even transitions in between each movement.  You get the same benefits of an aerobic workout without the jarring on the joints, which is great for arthritis.  You will learn how to release your stress for better health, improve your balance to help prevent falls, strengthen your muscle and bone mass, relax your mind and body, breathe properly, improve your circulation, flexibility and posture.  Tai Chi is also known to lower your blood pressure and helps with depression.  In recent studies on Tai Chi it has been proven that Parkinson’s and Fibromyalgia patients have made big improvements.  Although you would not think so, every movement is for self-defense.  You’re never too old to start. Come have One Free Class!


Instructor: Debra Sullivan 5th Degree Black belt with 35 γears experience in the Martial Arts.


Sherman Parks & Rec - Dance Fit

Dillingham Intermediate Choir

Denison Family Karate

Sherman Parks & Recreation - Dance Fit

Breaking the mode of your typical dance fitness class, Sarah Pierce is incorporating 6 plus years of Group X Instructing, Zumba, U-Jam, Yoga Stretch, Bootcamp, R.I.P.P.E.D, TRX, and more, to create a fusion of techniques from these different styles. Mondays and Tuesdays will focus on Dance, and H.I.I.T. fitness with a high calorie burn. Thursdays will focus on  , core focused, and barre poses to strengthen the core.  Classes are Monday through Thursday from 6:30 – 8 pm at Glennie O Ham Community Center.



Dillingham Intermediate Choir

The Dillingham choir is the 6th grade beginning performance class that focuses on expression through vocal music. The children learn about their voices, healthy singing techniques, sight reading and vocal harmony through a varied repertoire of songs from around the world. We have 125 members this year and have performed several times in the community. Our final concert in May will be at a judged contest and we are proud to be able to participate in the Earth Day Celebration, presenting our contest pieces “Yo Vivo Cantando” by Jerry Estes and “One World” by Albrecht and Althouse. Pam Hamer, Director



Oliver White, Solo Acoustic Show

Little Goddess Trybe

Denison Family Karate

Acoustic Music Performance by local Musician...Oliver blends elements of blues, rock, folk and funk. The result is Americana music for everyone. Steeped in Texas tradition while being firmly rooted in the banks of the Red River, Oliver's musical style is unique and genuine. Most of Oliver's original material is based on actual events and real people. Some of them are about events that are better left in stories than reality. Stories about people's real problems and hardships, masked by a pleasant tune to keep your head bobbing. Songs of pain. Songs of betrayal. Songs of love. Real songs.

American Style Belly Dance use a vocabulary of movements, steps and cues that allows them to create a spontaneous improvisational performance that appears choreographed


Martial Arts demonstration

Mr. Sam Perez, owner and instructor at Denison Family Karate has taught martial arts since 1984. He is an 8th Degree Grand Master black belt in Tae Kwon Do and a Black belt in Kubudo (weaponry). His instructor, Grand Master Keith Yates, is a nationally recognized leader in Tae Kwon Do as well as founder and leader in American Karate and Tae Kwon Do Association.  Mr. Perez offers beginner classes for children between the ages of 5 and 14.  The school is located at 2300 W. Morton Street in Denison. (The Morton Plaza between Dollar General and Aaron’s).

Jan’s Musical Memories

Austin College Consort

The Austin College Consort is part of the Choral Department at Austin College. Founded in 1995 by Dr. Wayne Crannell who is currently Director of Choral & Vocal Music at Austin College, it is a 10 voice a cappella group singing vocal jazz and pop music. The members are all undergraduates from all areas of the college. Several are voice majors, but most sing in the various groups alongside their academic pursuits which include education, pre-med and pre-law, and majors from across the campus.


“Trashion Fashion 5”

Fashion Show of clothing designs made from recycled / re-purposed materials into fashion statements for today


Jan’s Musical Memories

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Jan has been part of the Earth Day Texoma Festival entertainment since its beginning in 2008.  In 2013, she stepped in to announce performances on the stage and in 2014 became the Entertainment Coordinator for the Festival, working year round to bring a wide range of performances to the day.  A life-long Texan singing since childhood, Jan performed with the Dallas Symphony Chorus in the ‘80s and created Jan’s Musical Memories in 2005 bringing entertainment to senior living facilities, special events and private parties throughout the Metroplex.  Since moving to Texoma in 2007, Jan performed in Sherman Community Players production of “The Music Man”, the Rehabilitation Center’s Search for the Stars, The Villagers Chorale concert seasons, Red River Mardi Gras and at the lounge in Fulbelli’s Restaurant in Sherman.  Using recorded CD’s her songs reflect music for all generations.