- May 26, 2018
- Posted by: Phil Block
- Category: Lights of the Lakes
5/2 – Oak Park Place (Wauwatosa)
My first presentation of Lights of the Lakes this month took place at Oak Park Place, a large senior community in Wauwatosa, WI. The show was widely promoted by the professionally-produced flyer below. About 60 seniors attended.
5/14 – Menomonee Falls Library
The second show in May was a free public presentation at 7:00 pm on Monday, May 14th at the Menomonee Falls Library. The show attracted 47 guests.
To promote the program, the library prepared the following notice and placed it on their web site in advance.
In anticipation of the event, the library set up a display of lighthouse books in the lobby.
Lights of the Lakes was presented in one of the library’s large meeting rooms, which featured a built-in projector and large screen. Big screens really add impact to the photography in the show!
The meeting room featured a pair of ceiling-mounted screens near the back of the room. I’ve never experienced a setup like this in all my years of doing the show. Kudos to the Menomonee Falls Library for adding these extra screens!
As I was leaving the library after dark, I decided to take a photo of the library entrance at night. I was pleased at how this shot turned out!
5/25 – Oak Park Place (Menasha)
Today’s show was the third presentation of Lights of the Lakes at an Oak Park Place senior community. It followed an April 17th show in Green Bay and the May 2nd show in Wauwatosa. About 65 seniors attended today’s program.
Thus concludes another month in the 28-year run of Lights of the Lakes. The following shows are scheduled for next month:
- 6/6 – Vagabond Ski & Social Club (Milwaukee)
- 6/11 – Newcastle Place (Mequon)
- 6/12 – Muskego Public Library (Muskego)
- 6/20 – Ovation Jewish Home (Milwaukee)
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