COVID Protocols at the Templeton PAC
COVID-19 protocols for the TPAC have been updated to reflect the latest guidance from state and local leaders. This includes masking requirements, limited seating, no admittance for late-comers, more frequent cleaning and sanitizing, increased air circulation, and other items. For more details, follow the link below.
TPACF New Board Members
Welcome to new TPACF Board Members Scott Morrell, Jeff van den Eikhof, and Sholly von Stein. We are excited to have you join us and look forward to working with you! Many thanks to past board members Caren Callaway, Jim Fotinakes, Laura Clark, and June Greenawalt for your service and support. We appreciate all you have done for the TPAC Foundation. You will be missed!
About Templeton Performing Arts Center Foundation
The Templeton Performing Arts Center Foundation is a non-profit organization created to support the operation and upkeep of the Templeton Performing Arts Center (TPAC). The TPAC was built through a combined effort of the Templeton Unified School District (TUSD) and the community. The basic structure was finished in 2003; the community then raised funds to furnish the auditorium, and outfit it with sound and lighting systems.
The TPAC is a hub for cultural events serving the people of North County and provides an institution for career and vocational technical education for Templeton High School students. Each of the 330 seats in this small, intimate setting has an unobstructed view of the stage. Its design makes it ideal for presentations by musical, dance, and theatrical groups, and for assemblies, lectures, and forums.
You can help our board of parents, teachers, counselors, current and retired administrators, business owners, and citizens who want to help promote the performing arts and the use and care of this facility. The foundation is seeking individuals and organizations to help in the following ways:
Become a member of the foundation board (planning and working events, organizational issues, donation solicitation, etc.).
Become a donor (Click here).
Support the foundation as a consultant on specific items (sound systems, electrical, planning events, stage production, video, sound, etc.).
Donate items to be used at fundraising events (goods & services).
Participate and attend future fundraising functions.