On April 8, the PAC held auditions for Missoula Children’s Theatre’s ROBIN HOOD .  80 students attended the auditions representing 28 area schools.  59 students were cast representing 15 Hardin County Middle and Elementary Schools, Elizabethtown Independent School, Meade, Hart, Grayson and Breckenridge County Schools, Fort Knox, North Hardin Christian School, St. James Regional Catholic School and home schools.  After 4 days of rehearsals, 3 performances of ROBIN HOOD were held. 537 students and teachers attended the school time performance and 533 patrons attended the public performances. ROBIN HOOD was presented in Partnership with Swope Family of Dealerships, Jimmie Dee Kelley, Dan & Diane Hafer, &

On April 16, 55 West Hardin Middle School Choir members under the direction of Anna Benningfield presented a concert before an audience of more than 150.

On April 17, the PAC hosted a Community Town Hall with Fort Knox Commanding General before an audience of 80.

On April 18,  166 Bluegrass Middle School Band members under the direction of Joshua Mitchell  presented a concert before an audience of 400.

On April 19, Glen Rice of Buffalo Productions presented the musical concert series Glen Rice, Family & Friends before an audience of 225.

On April 23, the PAC hosted the Hardin County Schools Volunteer Appreciation Celebration/Dinner.  30 John Hardin High School Choir members presented the entertainment before an audience of 85.

On April 25, 146 West Hardin Middle School Band members  under the direction of Laura Floyd presented a concert before an audience of more than 450.

On April 26& 27,  the PAC hosted Youth Theatre of Hardin County auditions for their summer production of HELLO DOLLY. 45 area youth attended the auditions.

On April 29, 57 students with Central Hardin High School Band  under the direction of David Centers presented a PRISM concert before an audience of 175.

On April 30,  84 St James School 1st & 2nd Grade students under the direction of Jordan Smith presented their spring musical JONAH’S DRUTHERS  before an audience of over 400.