Three Lakes Center for the Arts

your Northwoods art community

715-546-2299 | 1760 Superior St, Three Lakes WI 54562

Live Events

We have a great lineup of performers and artists coming to you in 2017. Some of the popular acts returning, plus some new acts we think you’ll enjoy.

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The Zoo Keeper’s Wife

The Zookeeper’s Wife tells the account of keepers of the Warsaw Zoo, Antonina and Jan Zabinski, who helped save hundreds of people and animals during the German invasion.

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The Three Lakes Center for the Arts Marie Moore Gallery is open Monday – Saturday, 10AM to 3PM

We’ll feature shows of local artists as well as a myriad of other artwork including sculpture, fabric art, jewelry, pottery, photography, prints, drawings and watercolors, as well as our ever popular line of local artist’s cards.

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Time to Learn, Create, and have Fun! Sip and Paint Class will be held on July 6th from 3-5:30PM at the TLCFA and will be taught by water colorist Vicki Morley. Cost is $50 per person. Class size is limited to 10. Please Sign up with payment at the Gallery only. Sorry, No sign up on line is available. Last years class was a huge success. And filled up quickly. We know you’ll have a great time and be amazed at what she will teach YOU how to create in just a short time. It’s so fun!

Sarah Dimatteo’s Three Lakes Center For the Arts summer yoga starts June 29 (no class July 31). Classes will be on Mondays and Thursdays, held at the Reiter Center 7:45-9AM. Cost is $10 per class or 6 classes for $50. All levels welcome. Pay at class

Noel Sharp, Miss Noe, Three Lakes Elementary

Volunteers Needed!

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3 Lakes Center for the Arts

We believe that artists are a crucial leavening agent, generating the creative energy that our community needs in a rapidly changing and perplexing world. Three Lakes is not immune to such global phenomena as climate change, invasive species, the technology revolution, economic collapse. We need to be resilient and innovative-—qualities nurtured by exposure to, and participation in, the creative arts. As a “creative community” we will be better able to embrace change, to grapple with new challenges and circumstances.

It is our dream to build “a magical place with creativity humming around it, an intimate, welcoming space for the whole community to play together and remember how fun it is to be creative, foolish, inspired–how to take chances, make mistakes, and enjoy doing it.


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