Wednesday, April 23, 2014
The Friends of the Kaminski House announce the return of the Made in the Shade Concert Series. The opening concert will feature the winners of the Concerto Competition in a performance of the Long Bay Symphony Youth Orchestra.
The winners of the competition are: first Place; Alvina Emran, violin; second Place; Joseph Linneman, violin; and third Place; Henry Harrelson, bassoon. The event kicks off the Made in the Shade Concert Series on the lawn of the Kaminski House Museum on Sunday, May 4, at 3 p.m.
It is not the 4th of July without the Indigo Choral Society performing. This year will be its 18th-annual concert on the lawn at the Kaminski House Museum. The program will open with a flag honor guard followed by the National Anthem. The concert will in-clude selections of Americana, Carolina-themed song and a salute to our Armed Forces. Bring lawn chairs, blankets and picnic baskets to celebrate with the Indigo Choral Society on Friday, July 4, at 7 p.m.
An Evening with Kevin Jayroe will complete the 2014 concert series. Jayroe is a local favorite, who will perform an array of Broadway hits, movie classics and contemporary songs accompanied by the band, After Five. Jayroe and the band are crowd pleasers, and you will not want to miss out on a single note. The concert is set for the lawn of the Kaminski House Museum on Saturday, October 11, at 5 p.m.
In addition to the concerts, two lectures are scheduled at the Stewart–Parker House.
Head of Adult Services at Georgetown County Library Patti Burns will present, “The Lost Souls of Georgetown’s Potter’s Field Cemetery” on Friday, June 6, at noon. Burns has done extensive research in genealogy, local history and cemeteries.
On Friday, Sept. 12, Dr. Dale Rosengarten will present “Georgetown’s Jews: From First Families to Front Street.” Dr. Rosengarten is the founding director of the Jewish Heritage Collection at the College of Charleston Library. The lectures require an RSVP. Bag lunches will be provided by Kudzu Bakery and will be available for $7.50 with prior reservation by calling the Kaminski House Museum, 546-7706.
For more information, www.kaminskimuseum.org, or 546-7706.
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