Live Event Schedule

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The Whispering Tree

Encompassing folk, indie & classic rock, 60s pop and rock n' roll Rife with imagery and symbolism, Whispering Tree could be the “subtle call of natural forces mystically revealing profound truths.” For sure it is the Franco-American Duo, Eleanor Kleiner and Elie Brangbour, crafting rich folk-rock with evocative lyrics. Deli Magazine calls them “one of […]

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Ira Wolf

Modern Day “Vagabond Minstrel” with Special Guest Lee Henke With more than 40 million streams on “Spotify,” (They awarded her the Best of Folk/Americana 2016) Ira wolf has made a name for herself as an independent artist in the folk world, winning many awards. Raised in the mountains of Montana, a student of the Berklee […]

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The Yellow-Bellied Sapsuckers

“Warm blend of Appalachian music and Mid-Western Folk Roots” Nikki Grossman, guitar, fiddle and vocals and Joe Hart, guitar, mandolin and vocals, have built a growing audience, throughout the Midwest, of fans who appreciate their lighthearted performances. This night they will be playing with Liz Draper on bass (Okee Dokee Brothers and Davina and the […]

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Cheeseheads: The Documentary

Produced, directed and narrated by filmmaker, John Mitchell with special guest, Chester Marcol, winner GB Packer Hall of Fame This documentary is the humorous story of a filmmaker's journey to rediscover his Wisconsin roots. He searches through factories, farms, breweries, museums and historical landmarks to find the deeper meaning of being a “Cheesehead.” What he […]

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Jackie Korth

Physic Medium - “Love never stops...” Psychic medium Jackie Korth is quickly becoming recognized for very passionate, down to earth approach to her work. With sincerity, yet often with a sense of fun and humor, Jackie's personality is passionate and sincere. She brings her respect for her audience to each event as she shares messages […]

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Hiroya Sukamoto

Cinematic Guitar Poetry Returning to Three Lakes after a couple of years of touring and appearing nationally and internationally, Hiroya has grown as an artist but still retains his natural honesty, intensity and clarity. Born in Japan, Hiroya began playing 5 string banjo when he was just 13 but took up guitar shortly after that. […]

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Bee the Change – Make Pollinators Great Again

Presentation: Heather Holm Movie: Hometown Habitat To kick off National Pollinator Awareness week, the Three Lakes Natural-Cultural Resource Committee, the Three Lakes Center for the Arts, the Three Lakes Historical Society, Healing Nature Center, and Oneida County Land and Water Conservation Department, will co-host a presentation and movie highlighting the need for pollinator preservation. Heather […]

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Pollinator Walk with Heather Holm

June 15th 9:00 am Three Lakes Historical Society The Three Lakes Natural-Cultural Resource committee in conjunction with Rosie Page (WHIP) will point out the Buckthorn infestation in the town and highlight eradication efforts. From there we head to the Three Lakes Center for the Arts pollinator garden, and then on to the native wildflower labyrinth […]

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International Migratory Bird Day

Evening Program 6:30 to 8:30 at The Three Lakes Center for the Arts Two Speakers to be announced. Topic: Birds and Birding

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Bill “Birdsong” Miller

Heartfelt songs and Evocative Instrumentals Winner of “Nammies”(Native American Music Awards) and Grammies, played Indian flute on the song “Colors of the Wind”on the soundtrack of Disney's film Pocahontas, (which won the Academy Award and Golden Globe for Best Original Song in 1995) Miller is an inspiring musician. A Mohican Indian from Northern WI, he […]

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Corky Siegel & Randy Sabien

Fun Collaboration Between Two Geniuses! Randy Sabien draws from the classical technique and folk energy of jazz violinists and the result is swinging, rocking, bluesy, rhythmic jazz! He grew up playing violin while immersed in the music of the 60s and 70s and the result is nothing short of miraculous! This will be the 6th […]

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The Wisconsin Wind Orchestra

Providing high quality, professional orchestra concerts locally in WI. We will be presenting the traveling quintet this evening, not the complete orchestra. But the quality and caliber of music is the same. The Wisconsin Wind Orchestra was established in 1995 as one of the few professional wind chamber wind ensembles in the world. From 1997 […]

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The Reverend Raven… and the Chain Smokin’ Altar Boys

Featuring “Westside Andy” Chicago style Blues at its best! The Rev and the Boys never disappoint and this year (their 7th performing at TLCFA!) won't be any different! Their new CD, “My Life,” is “way ahead of its time by staying behind the times!” Past songs from four of their studio albums are doing great […]

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Art Stevenson and High Water

“Art Stevenson IS Bluegrass in Wisconsin!” WPR Art Stevenson has played Bluegrass in the Midwest for over 40 years, as well as appearing on many Bluegrass, country and folk albums. As a singer, guitarist, harmonicist and composer, he played with many award winning bands, and in 1993 High Water was formed! Stephanie Stevenson plays string […]

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The Human Journey to the Blue Marble and Beyond with Fritz Hasler

Fritz Hasler NASA Scientist Emeritas The Human Journey to the Blue Marble and Beyond Three Lakes' own, Fritz Hasler, has written a new book, which he will present with his amazing collection of personal, historical and NASA archival photos and video. This is a story of a boy who fell in love with rockets and […]

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Jazz Spectrum

Rich Harmonies from the 40s and 50s Jazz Spectrum is an energetic vocal quartet backed by five swinging musicians. They update hits by swing era favorites like The Modernaires and The Four Freshmen. Selections by Manhattan Transfer, plus lightning fast vocalized lyrics popularized by Lambert, Hendricks and Ross, also highlight their performance. Pictured with Jazz […]

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Chip Duncan (The Three Tenors of Climate Change)

Duncan, Garzon and Santer “The Three Tenors of Climate Change” Video, Photos, Discussion and Reception Is the climate changing and is it related to global warming? TLCFA's special friend and fabulous documentary filmmaker, writer and photographer, Chip Duncan, never fails to bring us his best and latest relevant work. This year he comes with his […]

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Wild Instincts Rehab Center – Supercharged Otters

Charlie Hamilton James has filmed otters more than anyone. Now through the eyes of three orphaned otters, a set of ground breaking experiments and some incredible wild encounters, Charlie want to reveal their survival secrets and exactly why he believes they're so special. This BBC film will be shown and Mark Naniot will be there […]

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ART ON MAIN With the music of Bret and Frisk

Come and enjoy the 15th annual “Art on Main.” Once again we thank Mark McCain, owner/operator of the Three Lakes Winery, for providing us with the beautiful lot from which we present the show. (on the corner of Hwy. 45 & A) We expect 50 fine artists and crafters who will be exhibiting paintings, pottery, […]

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Local Man Helps Get Us to the Moon

Local Man Helps Get Us to the Moon with Three Lakes own Roger Blocks This is one engineer's view of an important composite of technical milestones. The moon rocket and Saturn V would take the joint effort of many firms and many people – essentially what made America great! Roger Blocks, as a new Metallurgical […]

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The Special Consensus

“Oh brother, that's good bluegrass!” Founded in Chicago in 1975, Special Consensus is a four piece acoustic band with a repertoire that features traditional Bluegrass standards, original compositions and songs from other genres performed in the Bluegrass format. Grammy nominated Special Consensus has played with many symphony orchestras, appeared on NPR, cable TV, the Nashville […]

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The David Gerald Trio

Blues infused, rock and soul hybrid Mississippi born, Detroit raised, youngest of 11 children, David Gerald is working on his opportunity to live the American dream. His Dad moved the family north to escape segregation and discrimination and Gerald began to fulfill his “destiny.” Influenced by Prince and 80's rock guitarists, he has been captivating […]

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The Jimmys

Mix of Roadhouse Blues and Raucous Rock n' Roll You just can't beat this great band for excitement and phenomenal sound. With a blazing horn section, red hot guitars and a rhythm section to knock your socks off, Jimmy Voegeli leads the way and plays his heart out every time on his seasoned keyboard and […]

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