It's that time of year again, folks! Time to come on down to the Douglas County Fairgrounds and check out all the vintage motorcycles. American, European, Japanese, Cafe Racer, and more!
Douglas County Fairgrounds 9:00am to 3:00pm
Adults $5.00, Under 12 FREE. AMCA members and Military in Uniform FREE
Bike entry fees: $10.00 each for the first 2 bikes, Additional bikes are free (limit 3 bikes). Set up time is
6:00am to 8:45am. Doors open to the public at 9:00am.
Vendor Space is $25, tables and chairs will be provided. Vendor deadline is Jan. 15th
mail (No Refunds After 1/15/15) Motorcycle and related items ONLY. Bike entries must be 35 years or
older. Altered frames allowed in Competition Classes Only
Trophy classes-American-Asian-British-European-Café Racer-Presidents & Special Interest. Competition
trophies in American, Asian, British, European Classes. See Web Site for more Info. www.SFTrail.ORG
Last Minute Folk presents Greg Klyma in concert February 7, 2015
FEBRUARY 7th, 2015 – SATURDAY, 7:30 PM Greg Klyma is a prolific songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and seasoned performer, bringing to every stage a catalog of material that assumes his audiences are both smart and able to laugh. His enduring themes, articulate and amusing stories, and populist ideals make him one of those rare young artists who is carrying the torch of Woody and Ramblin' Jack. He rolls in off the road, pulls out a guitar, and proceeds to take us back to the basics: family, love, gratitude, and laughter. It's the timeless art of the true troubadour, keeping alive the American folk tradition. (www.klyma.com)
Presented at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Topeka 4775 SW 21st Street 785-233-4499 Regular Concert Tickets - $15 on-line (www.lastminutefolk.org, Brown Paper Tickets, or Square) or at the door Season Tickets $85/Credit cards accepted at the door.
Refreshments provided at intermission by UUFT Social Justice Committee members for free will contribution to benefit social justice causes
Kansas City Wind Symphony continues their 17th Season “Let’s Celebrate” with a concert celebrating “Romance” on February 8 at 7:00 PM in the sanctuary of Village Presbyterian Church in Prairie Village, Kansas. The free concert features a transcription of Howard Hanson’s Symphony No. 2 “Romantic”. The three movement symphony, lauded as one of the significant works in American music, is transcribed for wind orchestra by three different composers: Norman Goldberg, Frances McBeth and Ryan Woodhouse. Dr. Woodhouse’s transcription of the first movement has been commissioned by the Kansas City Wind Symphony and will receive its premier at the concert. Pat Setser, Associate Conductor will conduct a new work by Julie Giroux entitled “Italian Rhapsody” featuring familiar Italian songs from opera and folk music. Giroux, based in Los Angeles, is a popular composer of wind band music as well as television and motion picture soundtracks. Guest conductor Dr. Langston Hemenway, Director of instrumental Studies at William Jewell College in Liberty, Missouri, will conduct the popular “Elsa’s Procession to the Cathedral,” the signature work from the opera “Lohengrin” by Richard Wagner. For lighter fare, the group will play Derek Bourgeois’ “Serenade” written as a postlude for his wedding. Composer Bourgeois wrote this miniature in the unusual time signatures of 11/8 and 13/8 to ensure that his guests would be a bit uncomfortable as they left the ceremony! Rounding out this evening of “Romance” is a transcription of Tchaikovsky’s Fantasy Overture “Romeo and Juliet” transcribed for wind orchestra by Mark H. Hindsley. The Kansas City Wind Symphony is sponsored by the Music Department of Village Church and conducted by Dr. Phil Posey and Ms. Pat Setser.
Complete information regarding the KC Wind Symphony’s 17th season is available on their website: www.kcwindsymphony.org
For more information contact Dr. Phil Posey, Conductor, at 816-781-1132