Lakeville Arts Festival set for Sept. 30
September 14, 2017 - garden totes
LAKEVILLE — Saturday, Sept. 30, is a day to symbol on your calendar for a 13th annual Lakeville Arts Music Festival during a Junction of Routes 105 and 18 and Precinct Street in Lakeville.
Rain or shine, a open is invited to come to a day of village culture, crafts, and a accumulation of food, low-pitched entertainment, demonstrations of artistic talents.
To date, a musicians scheduled around a drift embody The Shananagans, hailing from a larger New Bedford area. Tom Kennedy and Joe Zajac’s song encompasses a series of opposite low-pitched styles including Irish and American folk, bluegrass, country, and aged time stone and roll.
Ric Allendorf, a Middleboro proprietor and finalist in a 2017 Rose Garden Coffeehouse Competition, is a singer-songwriter with an collection of folk and acoustic songs — from early folk blues to pre-Americana songwriters to normal Celtic and British finger character players.
There will be a accumulation of artisans offered their handmade equipment such as photographs, singular dream catchers, palm woven baskets, sugar products, decoys, jewelry, stoneware pottery, wreaths, totes, and healthy physique caring products, to discuss only a few.
Also on daub is an all-day arrangement by a SouthCoast Historical Associates of Berkley about WWI that revolves around a fight art sketches of Frederick Mayo trustworthy to a 26th Infantry multiplication famous as a Yankee Division. Mayo was from Fall River and awarded a Silver Star and Purple Heart. German artifacts from a time duration will also be display.
For additional information, revisit www.lakevillearts.com and like Lakeville Arts Council on Facebook.
The festival is giveaway to a public.