Kenneth Reddick was recently elected to an unprecedented third term as President of the Riverside Fine Arts Association. Kenneth has guided the organization to higher levels in both concert attendance and income. The organization seeks to enrich the spirit and enhance the quality of life for our community through education and direct experience of artistic expression. Their concert season embraces a wide range of musical styles from Grammy-winning vocal groups to instrumental virtuoso, to jazz legends and guitar quartets. Tickets to their concerts include pre and post-concert receptions. Also, complimentary wine and cheese is offered while you have the opportunity to meet the performing artist and also view and purchase artwork from area visual artists.
Another component of Riverside Fine Arts Association is their community outreach that exemplifies RFAA’s commitment to music education and appreciation through a program called Project Listen. The organization provides free concerts, to schools, non-profit agencies and juvenile detention centers. Kenneth is shown above receiving a $2500 check, at a recent Rotary meeting, from Robert T Hyde, Jr., President, Rotary Club of West Jax. To learn more about Riverside Fine Arts and information and their upcoming concert series, visit their website at www.rfaa.org.