Date:   2/1/2004

2004 Calendar of Events - So far!

Feb. 14 - Carlos del Junco
Leading pioneer of the diatonic harmonica, del Junco's musical styles include: blues, Latin, New Orleans, funk, swing, traditional and contemporary jazz.  7:30 pm.  ~ Tickets: $20.


Feb. 28 - Monroe Crossing
The Upper Midwest's Premier Bluegrass and Gospel Quintet.  "If you want to experience the definition of jamming, check these guys out". --The Rake Magazine, July 2003. 7:30 pm. ~ Tickets: $17 Adults, $14 Students & Seniors


Mar. 13 - bohola

"Bohola's instrumental virtuosity, strong vocals and stunning arrangements place them at the leading edge of today's traditional Irish music scene."  The Irish Voice.  Bohola play a driving, muscular, and yet very emotive style of Irish music with deep roots in the "pure drop" tradition, which has been forged with the raw and gritty urbanized musical vernacular of the Irish-American experience.  7:30 pm. ~ Tickets: $17 Adults, $14 Students & Seniors  


Mar. 31 - Lazer Vaudeville

The combination of high-tech magic with the traditional art of vaudeville creates a magical production filled with juggling, black light illusion, acrobatics, zany comedy and audience participation.

7:00 pm. ~ Tickets: $17 Adults, $14 Seniors & Students.


April 21 -  Dallas Brass
One of America's foremost musical ensembles whose unique blend of traditional brass instruments and full complement of drums and percussion, creates a performing entity of extraordinary range and musical challenge.  Repertoire includes: classical masterpieces, Dixieland, swing, Broadway, Hollywood and patriotic music. Ideal audience age range: 5 to 95.  7:30 pm.  ~ Tickets: $18 Adults, $14 Seniors & Students  


May 8 -  Four Bitchin' Babes
A hilariously twisted foursome; one part comedy routine, one part acoustic mastery and always lots of fun!  7:30 pm. ~ Tickets: $25.


May 22 - Tom Rush

First major artist to record the songs of a then-unknown Joni Mitchell, and also emerging singer/songwriters: Jackson Browne, Eric von Schmidt, James Taylor and Eric Kaz.  He helped shape the folk revival in the '60's and the renaissance of the '80's and '90's. 7:30 pm. ~ Tickets: $18


October 2 - Hooray for Hollywood . . . a tribute to the Academy Awards.

Lights . .  camera . .  action!   Come dressed as your favorite movie star or come just for the fun it; either way, you won't want to miss this spectacular fundraising event.  Food, fun, fabulous costumes and more!  Details to follow.    



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