The North Shore String Quintet will feature Lee Roisum and Carol Welker of Sunburg, Darcy Gubrud of Willmar and Claudia Finsaas of New London, vocalists in ‘From Opera to Oblvion’on Saturday afternoon, October 29, at one at the Willmar Community Center. The program will include the music of Mozart, Delibes, Vivaldi, Piazzolla, Noel Coward, Kansas and more. Other members of the quartet include Carl Holm, Lisa Zeller, Melissa Carlson, and Jonathan Hunter, all of Willmar. Gubrud, a well-known vocalist in the Willmar area, will step up on violin when Finsaas performs vocal solos. A barn dance will follow at 2:30. Maggie Harp will call the dances, including the Virginia Reel and Waves of Tory. No experience is required and people of all ages are encouraged to attend. The concert and barn dance are both free and open to the public.
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PSA'S & Community Events
‘A Taste of Broadway,’ the annual fundraiser for The Barn Theatre in Willmar is scheduled for Saturday night, Oct. 22nd at 6:30 in the theatre. This will be a formal night of entertainment, free food, drinks, and a silent auction. Tickets are $15. For more information call 235-9500. Raffle tickets available from board members.