Lights of the Lakes Shows – June

6/6 – Vagabond Ski and Social Club

In a welcome change from a long string of Lights of the Lakes programs presented to historical societies and senior communities, tonight’s show was delivered to the Vagabond Ski and Social Club of Milwaukee as a “Roundtable Talk.”

Prior to the program, the club publicized the show on their web site as follows:

Vagabond Ski & Social Club Event Announcement
Vagabond Ski & Social Club Event Announcement

The venue was the Knights of Columbus hall in West Allis, WI.

Knights of Columbus Hall - West Allis, WI
Knights of Columbus Hall – West Allis, WI

Tonight’s program drew an all-time-high audience of at least 180 people, a 50% increase over my previous all-time-high turnout of 120. What a thrilling surprise!

Vagabond Ski & Social Club Audience
Vagabond Ski & Social Club Audience

6/11 – Newcastle Place (Mequon)

Tonight’s show was actually the second performance of Lights of the Lakes at Newcastle Place, a large senior community in Mequon. I was invited back after a previous program four years ago. Same venue, different audience.

Welcome to Newcastle Place
Welcome to Newcastle Place
Equipment Setup in the Chapel
Equipment Setup in the Chapel
Twilight Departure
Twilight Departure

6/12 – Muskego Public Library (Muskego)

On a summery June afternoon, I headed to the southwest Milwaukee suburb of Muskego, WI to present Lights of the Lakes for the third time this month. Prior to the show, the Friends of the Muskego Library had prepared and published the flyer below to promote the show.

Friends of the Muskego Public Library Flyer
Friends of the Muskego Public Library Flyer
Muskego Public Library Sign
Muskego Public Library Sign
Muskego Public Library
Muskego Public Library

Upcoming Lights of the Lakes Shows

The following program will be the last show in the month of June. This one is a private booking.

  • 6/20 – Ovation Jewish Home (Milwaukee)

 

 



1 Comment

  • Howard Vrankin

    Congrats, on great attendance! You’re putting out a highly-evolved, quality show. A lifetime of building this is benefiting many more people. It’s a worthy mission. I’m happy for all involved.

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