This Friday: Art and Music of the Evening
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Friday, August 28th at 5:30PM
Experience an amazing evening filled with artwork by local artists and the music of international tenor, Maurice LoMonaco.
The evening will begin at 5:30pm at the Journeyman Distillery with a presentation of watercolors by Dave Knoebber, watercolors and acrylics by Lee Bauman, seascapes by Susan Henshaw and pottery by Jon Hook. As they are introduced by Donna Blue Lachman, each artist will describe the inspiration that led to the work displayed. Complementary Chamapign cocktails will be served during the art exhibit.
At 6:30pm, we’ll head over to the Acorn Theater for a meet and greet reception. Hot and cold appetizers will be served with beverages available for purchase as you view the artwork and meet with the artists and international tenor, Maurice LoMonoco. Art work will be available for purchase with a portion of the proceeds to benefit Harbor Arts. And there will be an “off the easel” auction of several pieces of art...winners select their artwork of choice! The auction will also include some of Mr. Monaco’s CD’s and additional artwork by Dorothy Tristin.
At 7:30pm, move into the theater, relax and enjoy the “Music of the Evening” with international tenor, Maurice LoMonaco who will sing a selection of Broadway musicals and international classics.
All this for $40 per person and proceeds benefit Harbor Arts!
Tickets are available at AcornTheater.com and if you order before midnight on Thursday you save $5.
Music in the Park: DELILAH DEWYLDE AND THE LOST BOYS - AUGUST 29, 2015
DELILAH DEWYLDE AND THE LOST BOYS - AUGUST 29, 2015 at 6:30 OM
At the dawn of the Atomic Age, a succession of no-good punks and ill-mannered teenagers took the best of American roots music — hard-partying honky tonk country, searing gutbucket blues and lonesome hillbilly twang — and distilled it into potent moonshine known as rockabilly. This combustible formula, passed down through the generations, forms the heart of the revved-up stylings of Delilah DeWylde and the Lost Boys.
Celebrating the Creative Spirit
Harbor Arts exists as a non-profit organization committed to organizing and disseminating information on social, cultural and political issues of interest to the community. Harbor Arts works in conjunction with performers, artists, writers and musicians sharing a vision of enriching lives through various media and expression. Located in Harbor Country, Michigan, the artis meet the quiet, beautiful lake and countryside. Check out the links below to find out about all of the exciting things to do.
Harbor Arts celebrates the creative spirit!
What to do when you visit:
Music and Theater at The Acorn
This 200 seat live theater hosts a 1925 Barton Theater pipe organ, bistro tables and an art gallery. Located behind the post office in Three Oaks Michigan.read more
Music in the Park
Come listen to music in beautiful Dewey Cannon Park. Saturdays at 6:30P.M. from Flag Day through Labor Day.read more
Cinema at the Vickers
Experience our intimate theatre and art gallery and enjoy a unique movie-going experience of independent, documentaries, foreign and foreign language films that we hope will open your minds, enrich your lives and entertain your spirit.read more
The next event in the Authors at the Acorn Sunday Salon series will be What Did They Do To My Book?, featuring authors whose books have been made in films or TV miniseries. Join us to meet two award-winning New York Times bestselling, Oprah's Book Club authors for our August 16th event.read more