HENRY COUNTY SCHOOLS PERFORMING ARTS CENTER - FAIRVIEW
(1) Our second performing arts center is currently being constucted next door to Fairview Elementary School, on Fairview Road in northeastern Henry County.
(2) The new facility will seat 1000, with 650 seats on the main floor and 350 seat in the balcony.
(3) The Fairview location will be a second PAC, joining the existing PAC in McDonough.
The PAC is heavily booked about a year in advance. Organziations within Henry County Schools have first scheduling opportunity each spring for the following school year. Remaining dates are available to non-school clients on a first-come basis, beginning June 1st of each year. To aid in event planning and marketing, we will consider non-school requests for use in July, August and September on a case-by-case basis prior to June 1.
Details regarding school and non-school use of the PAC and an on-line reservation request form can be found on our web pages. (Click the links below)
Organizations within Henry County Schools are not charged for use of the PAC for school or district-sponsored events.
The Henry County Board of Eduation has established hourly rates for commerical and non-profit use of the PAC.
Load-in, rehearsal, load-out - $90/hour
Performance - $150/hour
Load-in, rehearsal, load-out - $75/hour
Performance - $100/hour
501(c) registered non-profit status is required to qualify for non-profit rates.
As required by Georgia law, all rental clients must provide a COI as proof of general liability insurnace in the amount of $1,000,000.00, with Henry County Board of Education named as an additional insured.
Information about use of the PAC can be found by clicking this link.
Chances are pretty good that we did find your keys/phone/glasses/clothing/jewelry/unbrella/toy/credit card/driver's license/wallet/purse/camera/charger/cable/battery/notebook/book bag/makeup/homework/sheet music/musical instrument/CD/thumb drive and so on. It's remarkable what people lose and even more remarkable that so many never inquire about their lost property.
We maintain lost and found items for a period of weeks to months; how long really depends on how much we collect over time and when we run out of room to keep it. So, your best chance for recovery is to inquire as soon as you miss your item. We'll do our best looking for it, if it's not already turned up. Yes, you are welcome to come look for it yourself, but please check with us for a suitable time, as we do often have daytime and evening events in progress.
We always try to reunite you with your wallet, driver's license, credit cards, phone, etc., if we can find identification and some way to get in touch. If we find a credit/debit card and no way of contacting you, we turn the card in to the associated local bank or store. It's not always possible to track you down, but we've all lost these items, too, so we know what a hassel it is to cancel accounts and get new cards, DL, phone and so forth. We don't want your stuff and are happy for you to have it back.
What happens to your left/lost stuff when we decide to find it a new home? We make a list of reusable items in good condition and take them to a local charity, typically Goodwill. Personal items such as cups, soiled clothing, singles of a pair or set (earrings, shoes, socks, etc.) are typically thrown away.
Now the bad news. As certain as you are that you left/lost it at the PAC, maybe you didn't. It happens all the time, so please check other possible locations for your missing item(s). Did someone turn it in to us? Maybe. But sometimes lost and found items are turned in to the event sponsor instead of a PAC employee, so be sure to check with them, too. Sadly, if it's something of value to someone else, they may have decided to keep it for themselves.
So, it doesn't hurt to ask if we found it, but don't get mad if we don't have your right shoe that you left here six months ago. Caught here in a rainstorm? We always have a batch of umbrellas on hand... just ask!
The PAC seats 710. In addition, space is set aside for approximately 10 wheelchairs; eight positions are in the center cross aisle and two in the upper left seating section. The upper section is wheelchair accessible via a wheelchair lift. See PAC staff for assistance.
Due to fire regulations, we do not place chairs in aisles for additional seating.
We post titles and a show synopsis when supplied to us by the director of the play. Until that time, we list the show title as TBA (To Be Announced). In the meantime, you might be able to contact the school to get the most up-to-date information regarding their production plans.