TOPS IN ARTS 2012: North county cultural scene year in review

Published: Friday, December 28, 2012 at 05:27 PM.

“Another thing people forget: (for) people who are artists and performers, this is their business,” Schwartz said. “This is how they make their living.

“We’re hoping to bring those folks into the chamber community. It will be good professionally and it will be good for us.”

3. Chamber calendar opens to community organizations

The Crestview Area Chamber of Commerce’s Arts and Culture Committee expanded the chamber’s online calendar to be a “true community calendar,” committee chairwoman Rae Schwartz said.

Establishing a one-stop resource where everything happening in the north county region can be found has been one of Schwartz’s longtime goals.

“How many times have you missed an event because you couldn’t find the information in time, or never noticed it at all?” she said. “How often has your group planned an event only to discover that it conflicts with other events on the same day?”

Community organizations may place their events on the calendar free of charge at

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