Collage ( That’s Entertainment!)
June 27, 2008 at 11:47 am
From Workshop Players: G.I JUKEBOX
That is almost 80% of the available tickets already sold! The
last time we produced this show it sold out and folks were begging
for tickets… Once word of mouth kicks in we should sell the
remaining tickets quickly. Don’t be left out this time. Call
Lucille now! Jukebox is an EXPERIENCE!
June 26 SOLD OUT
June 27 SOLD OUT
June 28 SOLD OUT
July 3 26 left
July 5 46 left
July 6 24 left
July 11 30 left
July 12 35 left
July 13 20 left
Call Lucille now to reserve your tickets 440-988-5613.
PATRIOTIC CONCERT- TRUE NORTH
TrueNorth Cultural Arts will present a Patriotic Concert on Saturday, June 28th, 7:30 p.m. outside overseeing the sunset on Lake Erie, at Miller Road Park, on Lake and Miller Roads in Avon Lake. The Concert will feature the TrueNorth Chorale and Symphony under the direction of Richard A. Fortney and James E. Traxler. The concert is free and open to the public, a love offering will be taken. The Patriotic Concert is being sponsored by TrueNorth and the City of Avon Lake, serving as the closing activity of TrueNorth’s Arts Fest’ which begins at 12:00 noon that day.
The Patriotic Concert musical selections bring together favorite songs, hymns, and anthems that reach into the soul and stir the hearts of people. The lyrics are the words that stay with us, the music that leaves us humming, the thoughts that lift us, and the inspiration that we seek, truly celebrating the spirit of America in a truly remarkable way! The concert will include the Presentation of Colors, Folding of the Flag and the retiring of the Colors. There will be a time of recognizing our veterans, active Military and their families; there will be a time of remembrance. Songs such as America the Beautiful, When the Saints Go Marching In, and Battle Hymn of the Republic will be featured, as well as Sousa’s Stars and Stripes Forever. TrueNorth has performed its Patriotic Concert for 7 seasons. In 2001, over $3,000.00 fwas raised for the New York Police Officers and Fire Fighters. In 2002, TrueNorth led the city of Cleveland in a Concert of Prayer, on the 1-year remembrance of 9-11, sponsored by the Cleveland Federal Executive Board.
TrueNorth Cultural Arts is a multi-disciplinary arts organization committed to building and strengthening individuals and the community through the performing arts, the visual arts, and the humanities. TrueNorth’s vision is two-fold: To educate, equip, and empower individuals so they can embrace and succeed in the creative arts, and to envision and encourage a community where creative arts and art appreciation flourish.
Further information can be found at TrueNorth’s web- site, http://www.TNCArts.org, or by calling TrueNorth Cultural Arts at (440) 933-7771.
AND THE TRUE NORTH CULTURAL ARTS FEST
City of Avon Lake to Sponsor
TrueNorth Cultural Arts Fest on June 28
Family Festival Offers Celebration of Music, Theater, Visual Arts and DanceAmid Lakefront Setting of Miller Road Park
Nature and the arts will come together in a celebration for all ages on Saturday, June 28, at Miller Road Park in Avon Lake, from 12 noon to 7:30 p.m. Sponsored by the City of Avon Lake, the TrueNorth Cultural Arts Fest will feature more than 30 artists demonstrating their crafts and selling their hand-crafted creations, live performances by many local recording artists, tours of the Civil War Era Peter Miller House, and performance artists recreating vignettes of everyday life through a Civil War living history re-enactment . The day’s events will be capped off with the annual TrueNorth Chorale and Symphony patriotic concert performed against the backdrop of a Lake Erie sunset.
“The City of Avon Lake is honored to sponsor this wonderful family cultural event,” said Mayor Karl K.C. Zuber. “Avon Lake is blessed with an abundance of natural beauty, parks and green areas, and a thriving fine arts community. This event allows us to showcase our many natural and artistic resources with a day packed full of entertainment for all ages. Best of all, admission is free, and Avon Lake is located less than a one-tank trip away from anywhere in Northeast Ohio.”
TrueNorth, the Lorain County-based non-profit organization hosting the event, is devoted to fostering involvement in and appreciation of the fine arts. According Rick Fortney, Executive Director, the organization seeks to empower individuals to succeed in the fine arts, and to encourage appreciation in communities like Avon Lake, where the creative arts flourish.
“We’ve brought together some of the best artistic talent in Lorain County and Northeast Ohio for ArtsFest,” he said. “Our visual arts area will include exhibits and demonstrations of ceramics, jewelry-making, watercolors, acrylics, fiber art and photography.
“Musical entertainment throughout the day ranges from our own TrueNorth Patriotic Symphony and Chorale to local musicians and vocalists performing pop/acoustic, Barbershop, jazz/fusion and several other styles. When you add the picturesque park setting, meandering walkways and spectacular views of Lake Erie, it should be a real fest for the senses.”
Kids’ Entertainment and Games, Food Specialties, Area Businesses Showcased
A special “Arts in Action” kids’ make-and-take craft area, food specialties from several of Avon Lake’s most popular restaurants and a children’s play area complete with everything from an inflatable “Moon Bounce” room to putt-putt to carnival games are also planned. Several Avon Lake-area business and non-profit sponsors will be on hand to provide information on their services.
More information on the TrueNorth Cultural Arts Fest and directions to Miller Road Park in Avon Lake are available on the TrueNorth Website: http://www.TNCArts.org. Parking for the event will be available at both the shopping plaza and the Reliant Energy parking lots located across the street.
SEE YOU ALSO AT THE LORAIN INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL
AND FROM LORAIN COUNTY DOT COM ( check out their listings)
Lakeview Park- The Wild Carrot Band
Traditional American music from Folk, Blues to Jazz. Bring a blanket and enjoy the sunset at Lakeview Park while listening to the Sunset Concert Series. Concerts are on Friday nights from 7:30 to 9pm at the East Amphitheatre. (No concert on July 4th). Refreshments available for a small fee. Lakeview Park is located at 1800 West Erie Ave, Lorain, Ohio. Call 1-800-LCM-PARK or (440) 245-1193 for more information.
Venue: Lakeview Park / Beach
1800 West Erie Ave.
Lorain, OH 44052
Sponsor: Lorain County Metro Parks
6/27 No Fish Fry on the 4th of July at the American Slovak Club
6/26 International Festival Classic Car Show
6/26 Free Concerts on Friday and Saturday at Quaker Steak & Lube
6/25 Columbia Homecoming Festival
6/25 Travel Back in Time with Tip
6/23 Wild & Wet Summer Getaway to Dublin, Ohio
6/22 True North Patriotic Concert
6/21 Still Time to Register for Oberlin Heritage Center’s Children’s Summer Camps
Local Entertainment Calendar Add an Event on Lorain
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6/27 Lorain International Association Festival and Bazaar Black River Landing & Transportation Center
6/27 Downtown Oberlin to Dedicate an Ohio Historical Marker – POSTPONED New Union Center for the Arts
6/27 Workshop Players Reprises Workshop Players Reprises “G.I. Jukebox” Workshop Players Theatre-in-the-Round
6/27 Oberlin Chamber Summer Concert Series Tappan Square Clark Bandstand
6/27 Sunset Concert Series Lakeview Park / Beach
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