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325 N. Main St., P.O. Box 247, Lakeport, CA 95453
Phone 707 263-6658
Fax 707 263-7165
Hours 11-3 Tues. - Sat.
December 3

Writing Workshop With Mary McMillan, former Poet Laureate of Lake Co; Main Street Gallery, Lakeport, 6:30 ~ 8:30, free.
December 4
5:30 PM
Main Street Gallery,
325 N. Main Street,

Performances are the first two weekends in December: 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 5; Friday, Dec.11; and Saturday, Dec. 12; and 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 6, and Sunday, Dec. 13.

A fun time for all filled with singing, dancing and a light hearted mystery.

Find Tickets here

The Middletown Community United Methodist Church is located at 15155 Armstrong Street, off Washington Street, one block east of Highway 29,; 707-987-3379.

Middletown Methodist Church was in the Middle of the Valley fire, as well as the fire that that raged through Middletown in 1918. It survived then and now, and continues to support the Southlake County Community & beyond through your support of its programs to feed and clothe those in need. Support of the pageant will extend the Churches ability to assist those impacted by the fire and anyone else who need our support. The Spirit of Christmas will resound through the pageant....and your support!

Tickets available at

December 3, 5, 6,
12, 13,
18, 19, 20

Fridays and Saturdays at 7PM, Sundays at 2PM

Advance tickets ($12 & $15) availaable online at,
Pieces Boutique, 155 N. Main Street, Lakeport,
The Game Hub, 9800 Hwy. 53, Lower Lake.

Tickets at the door: $15 and $18.

For more information, call 533-3406 or 995-3565

Tuesday, December 8, 2015

2nd Tuesday
Classic Cinema

War hero (Dennis Morgan) wins a Christmas dinner to be prepared by a popular magazine's housekeeping expert (Barbara Stanwyck) in her lovely rural home in Connecticut.  Problem is she doesn't live in Connecticut and she can't cook.  Pure screwball comedy and a heartwarming holiday favorite.

Sponsored by John H. Tomkins Tax Consultants

Donations graciously accepted at the box office.
(Tickets are not available online.)

Doors open at 12:30. Movie begins at 1:00 pm.

Evening Show
Doors open at 5:30 pm. Movie begins at 6:00 pm

Friday, December 11, 2015

Native Talent Showcase

Come on out and enjoy the Talent Show!  This is a Kid-friendly, alcohol Free event.

Showtime - 6:00pm
Doors Open - 5:30pm


FREE to the Public!

No tickets needed

Dance floor will not  be open.

December 18, 2015

3rd Friday Live with the
Funky Dozen

It's the Soper Reese Christmas Party!

Major sponsor Strong Financial Network

Also sponsored by the Law Office of Mary Heare Amodio and the Law Office of Judy Conard

Also sponsored by KXBX 98.3 and KNTI 99.5

Our last Third Friday Live of 2015 features high energy hits from the 1970s, '80s, and 90s with a fun and funky beat that will keep you on the dance floor all night long.  Rock out to 12 amazing musicians including awesome vocals from Shelly and Rosie.

Doors Open -- 6:30
Showtime -- 7:00 pm

Open Seating --  $15.00

The Dance Floor WILL be OPEN!!

Christmas Concert Rehearsal

LCSA presents the Lake County Symphony Orchestra's Christmas Celebration Concert Dress Rehearsal

11:00 am.

Open Seating

$5.00 - Adults

  Free - Children 18 & under

Thursday, December 31, 2015

Lake County Symphony Concert Series--Christmas Celebration

The Lake County Symphony Association presents the Orchestra's Christmas Concert

3:00 pm

$25 for general assigned seats
$30 for Premium assigned seats, Section BB
$5 discount for LCSA members

Thursday, December 31, 2015

New Year's Eve Party 
The LC Diamonds!

Dance the night away to Vintage Rock n' Roll.

Your ticket includes savory appetizers, party favors, and a glass of champagne or sparkling cider to ring in the new year.

Catered by Bellissimo! Wine Country Catering.

Doors open at 8:00 pm 

-- $40 per seat in the Loge

-- $50 per seat at a Table (Red) OR

-- $250 for a table of  4 (Blue)

Dance Floor WILL be OPEN!


Sunday, January 10, 2016

Contemporary Chamber Series

First of a four part series produced by
Beth Aiken and Jeff Ives.

January's program features Mezzo-Soprano Heather McFadden and Tenor Nick Reid, performing songs by Johannes Brahms,  Frank Bridge, and Ralph Vaughan Williams for oboe and tenor, as well as a Johann Sebastian Bach Cantata for solo voices.


$20. - Reserved Table Seat

$15. - Reserved Loge Seat

Free - Age 18 and under

A Season Ticket Package is available up to and including the 1st performance. The package will give you a $10.00 Discount.

Package Table seat - $70.00

Package Loge seat - $50.00

To purchase the Package, please go to "Subscription Package Link." Or call 263-0577 and we will contact you.

Main Street Gallery offers the art enthusiast a chance to own an original piece of art.  

To have a "one of a kind" piece of art in your home is something to be enjoyed for years. 

The Main Street Gallery offers a Lay-A Way plan that will make owning a piece of art affordable.

Come in... Pick out your original art... Put it on Lay-A-Way... It's Yours...  

Sometimes the best gift is from you to you.  Now you can....

Main Street Gallery

Main Street Gallery is working on a new look.  Two walls have been painted and the new hardware installed for the art exhibits.  Richard Seisser has made a study of how the finest galleries in the United States exhibit their art and has used those guidelines to update our own gallery. Thanks to the contribution from an unnamed benefactor the balance of the walls will be completed in the first part of November and will provide our artists with the best in art display abilities.

Don't Forget the First Friday Fling

at the
Main Street Gallery in Lakeport.
See the new art, meet the new artists,
enjoy refreshments and entertainment,
always free, and savor the quality wines available for
a small charge.

More information here...

The Lake County Grand Jury invites Lake County young people aged six to 18 to submit their original artwork for inclusion in the Grand Jury report for 2015-2016.

The Grand Jury publishes a written report every summer. The Grand Jury report reviews all aspects of Lake County government operations. This years Grand Jury would like to feature artwork from local youth in the report. This is an opportunity to showcase the creativity of our local young people.

The artwork should express one or more of the following themes:

The natural beauty of Lake County;

Unique Lake County culture;

Rebirth and Renewal.

Please share this with all the talented young people you know.
Guidelines for submitting work are found here...

Page for Sherry Harris' email arts newsletter 11/15/2015 here...

If you have the time between 1-2pm please be sure to listen to "Big Art" radio show to get information about what's happening with art in our county.
This show is on the last Tuesday of each month so take advantage of this opportunity for yourself, your business or your organization. Even if your event already happened you can call in and give it a good review or talk about what you want to do in the future to make it even better.
More information including telephone numbers is found on this page...

Harbor Village Artist Complex is using one of its galleries for artists who have lost their art supplies to the fire.

ARTISTS... if you have any art supplies that you are not using and know you will not be using. How about donating them?

We are located at 6197 E. Hwy 20 in Lucerne Thursday - Sunday 11:00 - 4:00

If you are unable to drive to Lucerne ... I can set up a time to meet you and pick up the art supplies.
We will use the gallery at Harbor Village to store these items for artists that have lost theirs in the fire.

ARTISTS... if you need art supplies due to your loss in the fire.  We will have the gallery open for you
There will be no charge for the art supplies.

Thursday - Sunday 11:00 - 4:00
Also by appointment if those days are not good for you.
Please contact: Linda Kelly or call 367-9038

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