4th Annual “Music in the Mini Park” Returns

Great Lineup – 2018Lake City Mini Park

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LCFF is thrilled to bring back our 4th Annual “Music in the Mini Park”. This series funded in part through the City’s “Put Arts in the Park” initiative continues to attract great music and performers. While the venue may be a challenge, it is always inspiring to see people come out for these free concerts and watch as thousands of commuters realize that “Something is happening in Lake City”. Our sound wizard, Monica Sweet will be back in action and a big thank you to the Lake City Arts and Culture Committee member, Debbie Palmer, for creating the line-up. Don’t miss it!

All concerts begin at 5:30pm at the Lake City Mini Park at the corner of NE125th and Lake City Way – Running every Wednesday June 13th to August 15th

2018 Schedule:

June 13: Jump Ensemble
Contemporary Jazz
June 20: Gansango Music
& Dance
West African Drum & Dance
June 27: Ana Montes
& Flamenco Danzarte
Flamenco Dance & Percussion
July 4: The Gumbo Twins
Rockin’ Cajun & Zydeco Soul
July 11: Steve & Lucette Pearson
Rock and Roll with
a Touch of Country
July 18: Orkestyr Farfeleh
Not (just) your Bubbe’s Klezmer
July 25: Honky Tonk Sweethearts
Vintage Country, Western Swing,
& Rockabilly
August 1: Snake Suspenderz
Cartoon Jazz & Novelty Songs
August 8: Correo Aereo
Latin & World Music
August 15: WB Reid
& Bonnie Zahnow
Old Time Music & Fiddle Tunes

Time to Boogie

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World Dance comes to NE Seattle

November 18th from 6-9PM

Meadowbrook Community Center

View Flyer Here – Flyer

Join Children’s Home Society/North Seattle Family Resource Center, LCFF, Sound Generations/LC Seniors, the Lake City Library, Seattle Department of Neighborhoods and Seattle Parks and Rec for our first annual “World Dance” event. There will be free food, prizes, resource tables and instruction on dances from all over the world.

Call (206) 364-7930 for more information.

Visit the North Seattle Family Resource Center  Facebook page – NSFRC Facebook

“This project is funded by the Seattle Park District’s Recreation for All Initiative”.