|December 12, 2011||Posted by Albert Lea Events under Lighthouse Event Center|
The Lighthouse Presents the 2nd annual food shelf show -
Cowboy Bob’s Country Christmas
Help us help others at this great musical event.
This Event will be at the Lighthouse Event Center, 621 Marshall St., Albert Lea.
Shows are at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday December 16th 2011, Friday Decenber 17th 2011 and at 2pm on Saturday December 18th 2011.
Tickets are available at Marshall Street Music, First Lutheran Church, Hy-Vee and Stadheim Jewelers in Albert Lea; at the Coffee House on Main in for $5 and a food item.
For more information please contact The Lighthouse Event Center at 507-373-3144 or email@example.com
Venue:Lighthouse Event Center
Address: 621 Marshall St, Albert Lea., MN, 56007, United States
|December 5, 2011||Lighthouse Event Center|
Brock Besse as director, on keyboard programmer and performs on recorders and keyboards Merle Krause on drums Holly Dalager on oboe and English horn Lilah Aas on keyboard Jamie Kyllo on bass guitar and Sue Radloff on violin. This Event will be at the Lighthouse Event Center, 621 Marshall St., Albert Lea. Shows are at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday…
|November 18, 2011||Albert Lea Minnesota|
As long-time fans will tell you, SimpleGifts makes musical magic by bringing a modern flair to traditional Christmas carols and hymns. Staying close to the heart of Christmas by avoiding commercial and pop holiday repertoire has become the trademark of this award winning six-piece ensemble. The 2011 holiday concert season features music from all four…
|November 18, 2011||Events|
Opening Dec. 1, 2011. Show time: 7:30pm. Matinee: 2pm. Show runs-Dec. 1-4(M), 7-10 Click on the above image to download a 8.5×11 copy of the show poster. The Dickens Christmas Carol Show Adapted by Arthur Scholey Directed by Gordy Handeland & Glen Parsons Now Available Show Tickets for the all upcoming shows. IF you are…
|November 16, 2011||Albert Lea Minnesota|
Classes Start Friday November 18th Their mission is to create a fun, friendly, and creative place of learning. Check them out on Face Book Co-Instructors: Dustin Boyer and Lacey Jech $20 per Month/ $8 per Session Kid Hop: (Ages: 4-9) 4:30p.m.-5:00p.m. Teen Hop: (Ages: 10-14) 5:15p.m.-5:45p.m. $30 per Month/$10 per Session Hip Hop Hustle: (Ages: 15+) 6:00p.m.-7:00p.m.…
|June 2, 2011||Posted by Albert Lea Events under Albert Lea Minnesota|
John McAndrew has that rarely-seen talent that allows a songwriter to write lyrics like poetry. His words flow, from the questioning tone of “Give Me New Eyes” to the beautiful and memorable new melody “I Love You All,” a track from McAndrew’s new album, “I Am Home.” With each successive album, the gifted McAndrew further hones his talent for storytelling and songwriting, making this newest album his best yet. Accompanied with the release of his new CD “I am Home” the singer, songwriter and pianist, John McAndrew will be performing live in musical celebration accompanied by musician Merle Krause, as well as several other guest musicians.
A native of Wisconsin, John McAndrew was born in Rice Lake and was one of seven children, with four brothers and two sisters. In his earlier life, John thought of pursuing a career in ‘the arts’, because he loved drawing, but his love of music was just as equally strong and would eventually win him over. You see, John was born into a musical family with deep roots in music, as his father, Bill McAndrew was a musician and songwriter as well, who also played a nice variety of musical instruments. At a very early age, John McAndrew also knew he wanted to be a musician. Without a single formal lesson, he learned to play the saxophone, flute, guitar, harmonica, and piano. Eventually he settled on the piano to create his masterfully crafted blues songs, with his beautiful piano music serving as a counterpoint to his poetic and artfully written lyrics. More than a simple singer, pianist, or songwriter, John McAndrew is a storyteller. The inspiration he finds in life, and in the people around him, he chooses to express through his poignant, soulful lyrics. Though he calls himself a Pop/Blues artist, listening to his songs makes it easy to understand why McAndrew has attracted fans from all walks of life.
Besides the piano, John McAndrew, who is a self-taught musician, plays many different instruments such as, the saxophone, guitar, and harmonica. He is also a gifted lyric writer. His song “I’ll Play All Night Long”, is a tribute to his father and his brother Emil, who both died from cancer. John now makes his home in Nashville and in his spare time when he’s not composing himself, enjoys listening to jazz. Other musical artist he likes to listen to is, Oscar Peterson,Gene Anderson, and Randy Newman, to name some. In 2006 John’s CD entitled “Good Enough” and his music, “Give Me New Eyes” and “They Got That Look” were featured in the feature film “Jesus, Mary, and Joey”, starring Olympia Dukakis, Charles Durning and Stacey Keach.
|December 14, 2010||Posted by Albert Lea Events under Albert Lea Minnesota|
The City of Albert Lea, Minnesota
- located at the crossroads of Interstates 90 and 35, about 90 miles south of Minneapolis. Albert Lea’s location at the crossroads of two interstates easily links it to most major Midwest locations. Albert Lea offers families a safe and scenic environment to raise children, with lovely neighborhoods, parks and lakes and community events including music and festivals in the summer.
Warming Houses: Four outdoor skating rinks are open at Academy, Hawthorne, Hayek and Lakeview Parks. Warming house hours are 4:00-9:00 p.m. weekdays, and 1:00-8:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday’s. Please call 377-4370 to inquire about bad weather cancellations.
Aquatic Center - We Will Reopen For The Season On June 4, 2011.
The City Arena - located at 701 Lake Chapeau Drive and open all year. Ice is available year-round. The facility is home to the boys and girls High School Hockey Teams, the Albert Lea Figure Skaters, the Albert Lea Youth Hockey Association and the Waldorf College Hockey Team. A $3 fee is charged for public skate.
The Marion Ross Performing Arts Center is a historic building conveniently located in downtown Albert Lea. The theater has a spacious lobby and a fully equipped lighting and sound system. It seats 255. It has a projector that can be used with DVDs, VCRs and computers for a variety of presentations.
Albert Lea Parks System