Arts announcements ~~ A service of your Arts Council ~~ Notices (1)
|The Lucerne Alpine Senior Center is hosting its monthly Open Mic Lucerne on Saturday, Sept. 20.
Performers are on stage with house band FOGG, starting the evening at 6 p.m. with classic, heavy metal rock and roll with original numbers and covers of your favorites. FOGG and other entertainers will wrap up the evening by 11 p.m.
There is no charge for attending or performing.
Don’t miss this chance to showcase your talent. Music, comedy, mime, readings and any other activity that is family-oriented is appreciated.
Being in the audience also is great fun. Assistance is available with amplification. Room also is available for dancing and relaxing.
A spaghetti feed will be offered with traditional and vegetarian full meals available for $5 per person.
Open Mic Lucerne will cap an exciting day with the First Community Kids Carnival of food booths, craft stalls and more than a dozen game booths for kids of all ages.
The fun will start at 9 a.m. with breakfast available and games and booths will open at 10 a.m. with the fun continuing until 6 p.m. Bring the whole family to this child friendly event.
On Sept. 20 there also will be a 50-percent sale at the Lucerne Alpine Senior Center Thrift Store. Come shop through the collectibles, books, kitchenware, clothes and furniture.
Bands and individuals are already signing up for the Saturday show. The past events have seen full venues, so sign up early. Call 707-245-4612 or 707-274-8779 for your reserved time or come and sign-up beginning at 5 p.m. Saturday night.
All proceeds from Open Mic Lucerne, the dinner, the carnival, and the thrift store benefit the Lucerne Alpine Senior Center, a not-for-profit serving Northshore senior populations with on-site lunches, Meals on Wheels, personal advocacy and other services.
The center is located at 3985 Country Club Drive.
For more information about booth rentals for the Community Kids Carnival or Open Mic Lucerne, call the Lucerne Alpine Senior Center at 707-274-8779.
Art is a journey for me reflecting inner emotions and visuals that captivate my imagination.
It wasn't until 2002, that I started painting in earnest. I work in a number of mediums and frequently mix mediums and techniques to achieve a painting that has the right feel.
Recently, I've been exploring two new abstract techniques that I learned under the tutelage of John Ells. One series is titled “Celestial” and the second “Faces.” I hope they are as thought provoking for you as they are to me.
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