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The Leeds Center for the Arts, located in the heart of downtown Winchester, started out as a movie theater in 1925. In the late 1980s, it was transformed into a regional performance and resource center for the visual and performing arts. Since 1990, the Leeds has provided the community with a variety of programs, from dance recitals and choral programs to community forums and social events.

In the spring of 2005, the center staged The History of Winchester in Song and Story, a revue in which local celebrities and citizens highlighted the Clark County area’s vibrant living history. The show was produced and directed by Bob and Betty Cowen.


Program 723

Husband-and-wife folk artists Ronald and Jessie Cooper from Fleming County, the Leeds Center for the Arts in Winchester, and music by Louisville singer/songwriter Janis Pruitt. (#723)

Program 737

Husband-and-wife folk artists Ronald and Jessie Cooper from Fleming County, the Leeds Center for the Arts in Winchester, and music by Louisville singer/songwriter Janis Pruitt. (#737)

Program 816

The Leeds Center for the Arts in Winchester, visual artists Victor Sweatt and Ron Thomas, and music from BALADNA and Big Diggity. (#816)





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