Today, March 15, the Public Health Council of the Upper Valley (PHC) invited six organizations to speak about social isolation in our community. Lebanon Opera House (LOH) took part in this very important conversation.

Kristen Coats, LOH’s Community Engagement Associate, talked about the work LOH is doing to welcome people of all walks of life, albeit economic, physical, neurodiverse, and historically marginalized populations.

LOH is working to enfold new and existing patrons through our barrier free events and our LOH on Location performances, such as our Pride Picnic & Silent Disco and our annual Nexus Music & Arts Festival.

Community is the reason LOH exists. We wield the transformative power of the arts to inspire and unite our community.