HarrisCenter for the Arts Three Stages

Harris Center
for the Arts


Three Stages

  • Sign up for Spring

    Sign up for Spring

    Find your success - enroll now! Spring classes start Jan. 17. Click on the photo to get started.
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  • Textbook Scholarships

    Textbook Scholarships

    Scholarship drawing for $250 towards your textbooks- deadline to enter is Jan. 7
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  • Class schedule now online

    Class schedule now online

    The Spring class schedule is online now! Click on the photo for more info.
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  • Winter Break

    Winter Break

    The college will be closed for Winter Break Dec. 24-Jan. 1.
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  • Auditions for Spring Play

    Auditions for Spring Play

    Falcon’s Eye Theatre auditions for its spring production of "Cloud Nine" Mon., Feb. 2
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  • Community Observatory Invites You

    Community Observatory Invites You

    See the stars at the Community Observatory behind the El Dorado Center!
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Planned Giving

You can become a member of our Harris Center Society by making a charitable gift to the Harris Center, a gift that requires consideration and planning in light of your overall estate plan. Such gifts usually include legal documents and often require the assistance of a qualified professional advisor to complete. Because of the size and potential impact of such gifts, consultation with your professional advisors is encouraged before making your gift. For your convenience, this literature describes a few exciting and generous examples of planned gifts that can be made to the Harris Center.

Planned gifts are usually deferred, meaning they are arranged now and fulfilled later. For example, a person could include a provision in his or her will to make a bequest to a charitable organization. That arrangement would be a “planned” gift. This may be the first time you have heard the terms, “planned giving” or “deferred giving” or charitable gift planning.” As you explore this brochure and complete research on your own, your familiarity with these terms and concepts will grow quickly. In fact, you just may find yourself wanting to know more and, we hope, making a planned gift to The Harris Center for the Arts.

To discuss this opportunity, please contact Sally Howard at 916-608-6643

Thank you for your interest in planned giving and continued support of the Harris Center for the Arts.