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Aims Community College presented a free concert under the stars on October 6 to celebrate its 50th Anniversary with the community

GREELEY, CO – October 10, 2017 – Aims Community College presented a free community concert, “Aardvarks in the Dark present a Concert Under the Stars,” featuring Sean Curtis and the Divide and opening act, Emma Marie, on Friday, October 6.

Emma Marie, a 13-year old singer-songwriter from Loveland, Colorado kicked off the night with music played at New West Fest and Little Big Shots in the U.K. Then Sean Curtis & the Divide, previously seen at the Greeley Independence Day Stampede and Cheyenne Frontier Days entertained the crowd with Rocky Mountain Country. Sean Curtis was born in Fort Morgan, Colorado and moved to Wyoming.

“It was a wonderful evening to celebrate with our community and say thank you for their support these past 50 years,” said Aims President Dr. Leah L. Bornstein. “I’m thrilled that we were able to showcase local artists as well as create a shared experience with the community.”

The College will continue its celebration of its 50th anniversary with events through the end of the year. Aims will seal a time capsule on October 25 at the new Applied Technology and Trades Center on the Greeley campus at 11:30 a.m., to be opened in 50 years. This event called, “Arty Underground: the Legacy Continues,” will be a Día de lose Muertos themed event that will be a festive connection of the past, present and future. What will be in this new time capsule? For more information and stories about other upcoming events and Aims’ 50th anniversary celebration, visit www.aims.edu/aims50. Use #Aims50.

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About Aims Community College’s Music Program
Aims Community College offers an associate of arts degree with a music emphasis, but you don’t need to declare a music major to take private lessons or sign up for classes. All of our instructors have extensive experience in both teaching and performing, and we welcome all styles of music. Plus, you can transfer the credits you earn to any college in the state and most institutions across the country. Learn more at www.aims.edu/academics/music.

About Aims Community College’s Audio Production Program
Aims Community College offers an associate of applied science degree in audio production as well as several certificates. Students learn in the state-of-the-art audio production and recording studio with the latest sound and video editing software and hardware. Students also have the opportunity to work and learn in the Aims Student Radio station located on the Greeley campus and labs that are completely run by students. Learn more at www.aims.edu/academics/comm-media.