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Lucerne Alpine Senior Center to host 'Open Mic Lucerne' April 26

LUCERNE, Calif. – The Lucerne Alpine Senior Center will host its monthly “ Open Mic Lucerne” event on Saturday, April 26.

The event will take place from 6 to 11 p.m. at the center, 3985 Country Club Drive.

The last Saturday of the month marks this month’s fun rock and roll event with talent assisting from all venues.  

A variety of performers are on stage after the house band FOGG starts out the evening with classic, heavy metal rock and roll with original numbers and covers of your favorites.

FOGG and other entertainers will wrap up the evening by 11 p.m.

Bands and individuals are already signing up for April. The last two months events saw full venues, so sign up early.

Call 707-245-4612 or 707-274-8779 for your reserved time or come and sign-up on site beginning at 5 p.m. Saturday night. Don’t miss this chance.  

Lake County abounds with experienced and fresh talent. Come see and hear the exciting performances. Being in the audience is great fun and free. If you are a performer, this is a great opportunity to show off your talent.

Music, comedy, mime, readings, and any other activity that is family-oriented will be appreciated. Room is also available for dancing and relaxing. There is no charge for attendance or performance.

This is a child-friendly event, so bring the whole family. For those wishing an inexpensive snack, tasty treats are available starting at $2 per plate.

All proceeds from the meal benefit the Lucerne Alpine Senior Center, a nonprofit that serves Northshore senior populations with onsite lunches, Meals on Wheels and advocacy.

For more information about services or Open Mic Lucerne, call the Lucerne Alpine Senior Center at 707-274-8779.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 16 April 2014 01:45 )


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