Katy, TX News (February 15, 2017) – Katy The Noyes Fine Arts Foundation (NFAF) will host the first annual Tee-Off for the Arts golf tournament on Monday, April 24th, 2017 at 9am at the exclusive Club at Falcon Point in Katy. All proceeds from this tournament are dedicated to The Katy Grand Theatre Project, an NFAF effort to build a $3.4 million dollar performing arts center in Katy. The Katy Grand Theatre is to be a flagship fine arts venue for symphony, concerts, and year round musical theatre productions for the Katy community. Player Registration and Tournament Sponsorship opportunities are now available through the website at www.nfaf.org.
NFAF has already secured $3.1 million in funding for the KGT Project. The Tee-Off for the Arts golf tournament is one of many fundraising efforts to raise the remaining $300,000 needed to complete the funding requirements necessary to build Katy’s first 300 seat, 13,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art performance center. The venue is set to be built near Avenue D in Katy. The contractual deadline to raise these funds is July 2017.
NFAF currently offers programs enriching the Katy and surrounding communities, including the Katy Youth Symphony, the Katy Youth Choir, and the Books Alive! touring theatrical literacy through the arts program. Details about these existing programs can be found on the website at www.nfaf.org. Once built, the Katy Grand Theatre will be home to these programs, now outsourcing space, along with a community based, professional quality theatre troupe and a theatrical training program for students. Additionally, the venue will serve private and public organizations that may rent the performance center at affordable rates – which is not currently available in Katy.
Support the community and this much needed venue by participating in the NFAF Tee-Off for the Arts golf tournament. Player Registration and Tournament Sponsorship opportunities are now available through the website at www.nfaf.org.