On March 1, 100 students in the East Hardin Middle School 6th Grade Band under the direction of Matt Baucum presented a concert before an audience of 350.
On March 5, 120 students in the North Hardin High Band under the direction of Brian Froedge presented a pre-assessment concert before an audience of nearly 300.
On March 9 & 10, 43 student members of Central Hardin High School Drama Club under the direction of Sarah Dakin and Jared Eaton presented the musical FOOTLOOSE before a student audience of 541 and a public audience of 505.
On March 10, 40 area youth attended the last of three Youth Theatre of Hardin County Winter Workshops in preparation for summer production of SEUSSICAL.
On March 11, 55 members of the Heartland Winds under the direction of David Coffing presented a free concert before an audience of 225.
On March 12, the East Hardin Middle School 7th & 8th Grade band concert under the direction of Matt Baucum had to be cancelled due to inclement weather.
On March 13, 53 student members of West Hardin Middle School Band under the direction of Laura Floyd presented a pre-assessment concert and clinic before an audience of 105.
On March 14, 150 student members of Central Hardin High School Band under the direction of David Centers presented a pre-assessment concert before an audience of 410.
On March 15, the PAC hosted a “Celebration of All Things Shakespeare” and Book Fair featuring live music, dance and poetry at Barnes & Noble Booksellers.
On March 16, THE PAC PRESENTED Kentucky Shakespeare’s A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM before a student audience of 609 and public audience of 270.
On March 20-23, 40 students of Allegro Dance Theatre presented 7 performances of PETER PAN, JR before student audiences totaling 3,000 and a public audience of 600.
On March 24, the Central Kentucky Community Foundation and “Heels Together” presented an Inspire Women Conference featuring the humor of Heather Land before an audience of 415.
On March 26-28, nearly 7,500 band students representing 37 bands from 13 neighboring counties and school districts performed in the Kentucky Music Educators Concert Band Assessment Festival before combined audiences totaling 500.
On March 29, Central Hardin choir director Brandon Centers hosted a gospel choir performance for more than 200 choir members from Central Hardin, John Hardin and Nelson County schools.
On March 30, Kentucky Innovation Network and Boss Lady Coaching hosted a film screening of She Started It, a film about five women pursuing their entrepreneurial startup dreams and a panel discussion with 6 area business women and Lt. Governor Jenean Hampton before an audience of 578 6th and 7th grade girls from Hardin County and Elizabethtown Independent Middle Schools.