Hosmer World Music Series Fall Concerts
Hosmer Music Series

The Hosmer World Music Series is pleased to announce our Fall concert schedule.  The Hosmer Concert Series is a partnership between LNA, Hosmer Library and KFAI Radio. For more information, contact Roy Woodstrom at (952) 847-2900.

Painter Park Concert
34th & Lyndale - Music starts at 7:00 pm

Thursday, September 12th - Brass Messengers
A Minneapolis/St. Paul sprawling fun factory of eleven musicians.  Music of choice is anything that fits into the twisted brass tubing, from inspired originals, to "sing-a-longs" and “covers” from around the globe.  Truly, a joyful noise.

Hosmer Library Concerts
All concerts are free of charge and held at the Hosmer Library, 347 E 36th St. on Saturdays at 2:00 pm, unless otherwise noted.

September 14th - Fauxtatoes
Irish music for Uilleann pipes and guitar

September 21st - Matt Yetter
Acoustic Blues

September 28th - Pop Wagner
Fiddle, guitar, Americana...maybe even lasson tricks

Ocotober 5 -  Willie and the Specters  
New Orleans jazz (clarinet, tuba/bass, violin, dobro and percussion)

October 19 - Ensemble Mezze
Music from the Mediterranean (Spain, Greece, Egypt, Balkans)

October 26 - Chris Hepola, Scott Fultz, and Josh Gronowski
The music of Thelonious Monk

November 2 - TBA

November 9 - Pooja Goswami 
North Indian vocal music

November 16 - Ukrainian Village Band

November 23 -  U of M Guitar Studio
Solo, duets and ensemble for guitars by U of M students

December 7 - Maja Radovanlija and EVa Benke
Guitar duets from Eastern Europe

December 14 - Clairseach 
Music from Ireland and Scotland with Chuck and Ann Heyman    

This activity is made possible, in part, by the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund as appropriated by the Minnesota State Legislature with money from the vote of the people of Minnesota on November 4, 2008.

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Fri, 2013-08-30 13:41

Volunteer Spotlight

Event Ambassador:
It’s that time again!  La Posada is just around the corner and there are many opportunities to help out with this great event.  Food, dancers, community, and Santa all make this one of the most special events of the season.  We’ll need help with set up, food service, activity helpers, clean up, and just general help with the merriment. Choose a role and help us make the day run smoothly!

Set up: 2-4pm

Help make the place look beautiful! You’ll hang papel picado banners, cover the tables, put everything in order, and make everything look festive!

Kid’s Activities: 4-5:30pm

We anticipate having 4 activity stations for kids.  Each station needs at least 2 volunteers. There will be all the materials you’ll need to do the activity.      

Paper Flowers: Help kids create paper flowers. We’ll have instructions to ensure your success!    

Maracas: Help kids assemble and decorate their own noisemaker!

Metal Tooling: In the vein of traditional metal working, help kids create beautiful pieces by drawing on tin foil.  Good times. 

Face-painting: Draw on kids’ faces with the crayon/pencils.  Make kids into fantastical creatures.         

Photographers: 4-7:30

Take pictures of the event.  We’d love to get shots of kids doing different activities, community members interacting with each other, the volunteers in action, and the dancers.  Pictures should be dropped off at LNA at a later date.   

Welcome Table/Registration 4-5:30 and 5:30-7:00

Greet people as they arrive, show them the coat rack, let them know what’s going on in the program, have community members sign up on our attendance sheet and put on a name tag. 

Santa’s Elves 4:00-5:30 and 6:15-7:00

Please make sure Santa has everything he needs.  Because of time it takes to print the pictures, we are going to have contact sheets for people to sign up so their pictures can be sent to them. You’ll need to help people fill out the sheets, and explain to them that within the next week we will be emailing or printing out the pictures and mailing them out.  Also help with the flow, the lines, and bringing kids up to Santa.  People are welcome to take pictures with their own cameras.

Social Butterfly

Your job is to flit and float and fly.  While doing that just circulate around the event and talk to people.  Answer any questions people may have about the event or LNA and help them get engaged.  Connect people who should know each other and try to notice any wallflowers who are looking uncomfortable and in need of a friendly chat. You mariposas are the key to people feeling like they belong and want to get involved in Lyndale. 

Food Servers 4:30-6:00 and 6:00-7:30

This is a very important role—we all need to eat! First shift will take photos of the kitchen, set up the food and begin serving at five pm. Second shift will take over at six, finish serving food, and begin cleanup by seven.

Aguinaldos

This is seriously a fun job.  At 7:15 you get to pass out gift bags to kids as they leave the event.

Clean up

And…..scene.  Time to look about proudly at all the good cheer and community building going on and pack it up.  Decorations need to come down and everything that was brought in needs to be brought out. There will be some designated transport vehicles that we will put everything in. Sweep, remove tape.

Contact Jennifer (jennifer@lyndale.org – 824-9402 ext. 12) to learn more about each opportunity and to sign up for a shift.