Bela Sarkozy did entertain with his solo jazz guitar music inside the historic Town hall while our visitors bid on a Silent Auction item.
The 2022 Lakeville Arts & Music Festival is scheduled to take place on October 1. Details will come once the planning starts in May. Until then please enjoy the sights and sounds from previous years.
There was a day of community, arts, handmade one-of-kind crafts for sale, a variety of music throughout the day, a selection of food, children's activities, and much more at the 16th annual event on October 2. And it is all sponsored by the Lakeville Arts Council and some of our local business friends!
Get a taste of a festival day by watching the 2019 Festival - thanks to LakeCAM for the video: https://vimeo.com/365403225
Children were able to take home a Jack-Be-Little Pumpkin & a decorating package. There will also be face painting by Art On The Spot in the Library Gazebo, Henry The Juggler did attempt to defy the laws of gravity with balls, flaming torches & more. Plus Trevor the Stilt Walker will be return with many all day activities & there will be balloon creations by Ed Popielarczyk to watch & take home.
Under the tents there were the usual one-of-a-kind hand made crafts to purchase, and lots of fun happen'n at the junctions of Routes 105 & 18 and Precinct Street in Lakeville's Center come October 2. Google 2 Precinct Street for easy directions.
Bela Sarkozy played his jazzy instrumental guitar inside the historic Town Hall while visitors made a bid on the many Silent Auction items. The guitar and vocal sounds of Catie Flynn from Cape Cod were heard, Blake Gorman performed all types of genre of music as well as the Jet Packs an Improv musical duo inspired by Usher, Justin Timberlake, and Mad Libs Magazine.
The NoteAble Blend women's chorus performed their harmonies on stage. There were colorful photo-quality paintings of birds exhibit inside the library as well as a Quilt exhibit by Lakeville residents Jan Lyons and Ruth Gross inside the historic Town Hall as well as a Silent Auction. Besides the items from crafters at the Festival, there were also many items to bid on from local businesses.