Nathan Hale’s 11th Grade Humanities Class Presents “The Lake City Cycle”
Inspired by Robert Schenkkan’s The Kentucky Cycle, Mr. Mulder’s 11th grade Humanities class from Nathan Hale High School is presenting “The Lake City Cycle”. It is a student written and produced play that follows a fictional family here in Lake City from 1895 to the present. “What will be engulfed by the flames of community?” Come at 6pm on June 21 in Nathan Hale’s Performing Arts Center to find out.
Nathan Hale High School, 10750 30th Ave NE
This is a free event.
Tuesday, November 13th Community Conversation
From 6:30-8pm at the Lake City Community Center
Join us for a Community Conversation on Arts and Culture in Lake City. Meet local artists who have been creating all the wonderful murals around Lake City, enjoy a live Peruvian dance performance and show your support to Coyote Central as they look to expand their programs for youth ages 10-15 in our neighborhood. There will be free food in addition to information from City departments on grant opportunities as well as a Lake City Collective outreach table. Don’t miss it!
Lake City Mini Park Treated to Shakespearean Comedy
On Thursday, August 9th, LCFF partnered with Randy Wiger from the Seattle Parks Department and Greenstage theater company to bring the first ever “Shakespeare in the Lake City Mini Park” to about 30 audience members who seemed thoroughly entertained. Greenstage actors and audience members were real troopers as the first 20 minutes of the production were challenged by the urban sounds of asphalt repaving in the parking lot adjacent to the park. In true professional form, the show went on, and Shakespeare’s “Two Gentlemen of Verona” was enjoyed by all. Based on this initial effort, LCFF is committed to bringing it back. It was a special event for Lake City and one we hope you will strongly consider joining us for in the future. Thank you to all that came out to support.
Free Theater Experience for Youngsters
Theater For Young Children (TFYC) is back for our third annual Arts In The Park tour sponsored by The City of Seattle and Seattle Parks and Recreation. TFYC believes everyone should be exposed to great art. We bring professional actors to perform for children and families in easily accessible neighborhood locations. Shows specially written to for ages 3-9, and fun for all!!
Come join us for stories and music celebrating Latin America: The Armadillo’s Song and The Half Chicken.
Pinehurst Playfield-Friday, Aug. 3rd at 5:30 PM and Saturday, Aug. 4th at 1:30 PM. (We will be joined by Northgate’s Children’s Librarian this weekend with book give aways!)
Maple Leaf Reservior-Friday, Aug. 10th at 5:30 PM and Saturday, Aug. 11th at 1:30 PM (We will be joined by Northgate’s Children’s Librarian this weekend with book give aways!)
Lake City Farmer’s Market-Thursday, Aug. 9th, Aug. 16th, Aug. 23rd at 5:30 PM
Bring family, friends, and neighbors to sit on a blanket and enjoy the show! All shows FREE, with a suggested donation of $5.