Entries by Cherie Wheeler

UPDATE March 17, 2020 REGARDING THE COVID-19 VIRUS

March 17, 2020 Dear Patron, In caring about the health and well-being of our community and in response to the recent recommendations of local, state and global health authorities, along with mandates by county and state government, all Luther Burbank Center for the Arts performances and events scheduled through September 7th are either postponed or […]

UPDATE March 13, 2020 REGARDING THE COVID-19 VIRUS

Dear LBC Patrons: In response to the latest recommendations from Sonoma County officials and Governor Newsom, all performances in the 1600-seat Ruth Finley Person Theater through March are postponed.  Please note that smaller group meetings, the Farmer’s Market, and Roustabout performances are still scheduled to take place at this time. We are actively working to […]

A Message from LBC Regarding the COVID-19 Virus

Dear LBC Patrons: With the latest recommendations from Sonoma County officials and Governor Newsom to cancel or postpone large-scale events, the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts will be contacting all of the artists and arts groups scheduled to perform in the 1600-seat Ruth Finley Person Theater through the end of March.  We will be […]

Health and Safety Update March 2020

Dear Patron, While at this time the general public’s risk of exposure to the COVID-19 coronavirus in Sonoma County is extremely low, the County has declared a Local Emergency. As a result, the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts has established a number of precautionary procedures to help decrease this risk as we continue to […]

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Luther Burbank Center for the Arts Completes Bridge to the Future Renovation Project

The Luther Burbank Memorial Foundation, the non-profit organization that owns and operates Luther Burbank Center for the Arts (LBC), has completed its $11.4M multi-phase Bridge to the Future renovation project, resulting in major physical upgrades to the 44-year-old facility that improves the patron experience and increases its accessibility, safety, and security. “We are thrilled to […]

LBC announces $1 Million commitment from Joan and Mack Schwing, completing the Bridge to the Future renovation project

The Luther Burbank Memorial Foundation, the non-profit organization that owns and operates Luther Burbank Center for the Arts (LBC), today announced a $1 million commitment from Joan and Mack Schwing —long-time LBC supporters—for the multi-phase Bridge to the Future renovation project. Their gift completes the $11.5 million needed and is well-timed as the scope of […]

LBC names Mark R. DeSaulnier New Director of Marketing

Following an extensive search, Luther Burbank Center for the Arts (LBC) announced Mark R. DeSaulnier as its new Director of Marketing, effective June 1, 2019. Mr. DeSaulnier will be responsible for the overall stewardship, strategy, and management of the Luther Burbank Memorial Foundation’s brand identity as a community-based, non-profit performing arts center committed to enriching, […]

Renovation Progress at Your LBC

  Elevating Your LBC Experience March 2019 Upstairs Concessions – South South Elevator     North Elevator Downstairs Concessions – North   November 2018 Yes, the renovation work continues, but we assure you all the promised improvements will be completed soon. And a reminder that the construction you see outside is not repair from fire […]

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