There were a total of 17 programs available in 2020. Seven were to occur at the Lakeville Public Library, 4 Precinct Street in Lakeville. The other ten were to take place in the Lakeville/Middleboro area. Please check below for changes due to COVID19.
This series is made possible every year by funding from the Massachusetts Cultural Council in cooperation with the Lakeville Arts Council.
The Lakeville Arts Council(LAC) announced the award of 17 grants totaling $6201 for cultural programs in Lakeville/Middleboro areas. The grants were awarded from a pool of funds distributed to the LAC by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency that supports public programs and educational activities in the arts, sciences and humanities. You can view information about all seventeen grants below.
Yo-Yos, Music & Dance is a 60-minute show that combines three of Brett Outchcunis aka Ooch's favorite activities - yo-yo tricks, cool music and sweet dance moves! The show is half yo-yo tricks and half dance party. Recommended ages is K-6th grade: but this is FUN for the entire family/check www.lakevillelibrary.org.
During a midnight meteor shower, something mysterious falls from the sky toward the Earth. Two curious kids venture into the forest to investigate and find themselves with a family of visitors from another planet. This is Science Tellers -Aliens Escape From Earth! Children who participate will not only be entertained but will also learn about physics and science.
VIRTUAL at 1PM/Check website www.lakevillelibrary.org.
This presentation will look into the fashion of Downton Abbey fashion. The show takes place over the course of the Edwardian Period, WW1 and the flapper period--exciting periods in fashion history. CHECK the Library website for a time and details to participate!
The Toe Jam Puppet Band offers a special brand of hands-on children's entertainment that grown-ups can actually enjoy. The dynamic duo is great with kids but best when parents and caregivers are having fun with the little ones.
VIRTUAL: All ages at 6PM/ CHECK WEBSITE FOR DETAILS
In a relaxed social setting with great music teen participants will be guided in three sessions of painting with acrylics. Absolutely no experience is needed. The finished paintings will be on display inside the Great Ponds Gallery in October.
website: Visit www.lakevillelibrary.org for specifics in 2020.
Art For Your Mind is an engaging, educational, art observation experience designed to broaden the minds of its participants. For all ages- artists and non-artists alike. Meeting Room/Check the Library website date. www.lakevillelibrary.org
A professional magician, balloon sculptor and flea circus ring master, Ed Popielarczyk will join the festivities of the day to show us his talents as a balloon sculptor. Join us at the 16th annual Lakeville Arts & Music Festival to be amazed. Ed will be inside the Lakeville Public Library/11am-2pm.
NotAble Blend, a non-profit women's barbershop chorus will entertain visitors at the 2020 annual Lakeville Arts & Music Festival with an acappella staple music in 4 part harmony. Audience participation is welcomed and encouraged. Details of times will follow.
The Lakeville Historical Society will present Colonial Cooking with Carolyn Morrow on January 22/7PM at the Lakeville Senior Center. (time to come) She will describe the methods used for cooking and baking during the colonial times.
The Lakeville Historical Society will present a Tour of Boston with Christian VanDerslice via a powerpoint presentation on February 26/7PM at the Lakeville Senior Center. Mr. VanDerslice will show highlights of Boston as he narrates all the spots and answer any and all questions by all the attendees.
This is a 12 week story telling project connecting seniors of Lakeville & Freetown with the students of Freetown/Lakeville Middle School through the stories they tell. The results of this project are on HOLD. For details email: love2tell2@aol.
Thursday, March 10, NOON-- lunch will be served for a fee at the Boston Tavern, Middleboro. Sgt. Daniel Clark will sing after lunch!! Call the Lakeville Senior Center for reservations and information: 508-947-7224. TOOK PLACE!
The month of September inside the Great Ponds Gallery inside the Lakeville Library: Book Arts & Bloom is an exhibit which blends literature, art & floral design. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information. CANCELLED FOR ANOTHER DATE TO COME IN 2021!
February 19, 20 & 21, 2021: The Slice of Life Works is a performance of NEW 10 minute plays by MA and RI playwrights. These will take place at 133 Center Street, Middleboro and will be put on by Theatre One Productions. Details: email@example.com
September 15 & 13: at Soule Homestead Educational Center, the 29th annual celebration of music and more . Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
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MORE TO COME.
May or Sept 2021 (dates and times to come): A celebration of 250th anniversary of Beethoven's birthday performances will take place at Sts. Martha & Mary Church and Central Congregational Church. Details: J.Fred.Thornton@comcast.net
October 2, 2021- A professional stilt walker who will surprise visitors with his amazing height and personality at the 16th Lakeville Arts & Music Festival between 2 and 4. You can see and talk to Trevor in 2021 at the Festival!