We know this is on the forefront of everyone’s minds right now. We wanted to take a minute to let everyone know what we (the LLC) are doing to monitor the situation. As of right now, we are closely watching sources with reliable data about the numbers of reported cases. We are also working with other events to share resources and information regarding this pandemic. We of course plan to follow the recommendations of Cass county, the state of Texas, and any national guidelines or recommendations from CDC/WHO. At this time, we are simply monitoring, as we know that information and numbers are rapidly changing on a daily basis. We will continue to plan for our event to happen, but we have agreed that for the safety and well being of everyone involved, we will reevaluate as we approach our ticket sale windows.
In the meantime, if you feel you may have been exposed to COVID-19, we ask that you seek immediate medical attention and do not attend any events, NTXB sponsored or otherwise. We urge you all to consider what’s best for you and your families/people you come into contact with as we all try to navigate these uncertain waters. We also encourage our communities to follow CDC and WHO guidelines to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. You can find more information at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html
As always, if you have questions or concerns, feel free to email us here.
Stay calm and wash your hands!
If you weren't able to attend this month's Town Hall, the LLC made several announcements regarding our current and future goals, and what that means for y'all.
Yesterday, we had our first official sit down with our attorney to begin the process of converting our corporation to a non-profit organization. This process requires a lot of work on our part, and an increase in overhead costs; however, the benefits far outweigh the cons.
For starters, once non-profit, we can fundraise for specific goals, departments or projects. It will free up funds from taxes for more art, and remove the necessity for the current restrictive art grant cap.
With the increase in costs all over, NTXB has voted to both increase the ticket cap and ticket prices.
General Admission Ticket: $100
Art Ticket: $140
Child Ticket: $50 (this will stay the same price).
The Volunteering Incentive tickets will be available for those who qualify from June 1st through June 27th.
The General Admission sale will begin on June 28th at noon.
Click here for the LLC presentation from Town Hall.
Any questions can be directed to the NTXB email.
What does BEHOLD! mean?
Get ideas on how to make it your own by watching the theme slideshow presented at Townhall here!
2017-2019 Web Lead, Viv, is an Amazon potato who lives under a bridge, occasionally popping out to throw cabbages at edge lords.
2019 Information Manager, The WOHL, is known for his distracting attention to detail and a stunning laser-quipped third eye.