TICKETS ON SALE NOW FOR “OUT OF THIS WORLD” –
BELLS OF THE LAKES, TWIN CITIES BRONZE, AND
COPPER STREET BRASS QUINTET
2014-2015 Concert Series
Sunday, November 9th. 4pm. Woodbury, MN.*
Woodbury Peaceful Grove United Methodist Church
7465 Steepleview Road, Woodbury, MN 55125
Saturday, January 10th. 7pm. Roseville, MN.*
Centennial United Methodist Church
1524 County Road C2 W, Roseville, MN 55113
Saturday, January 31st. 4pm. Rosemount, MN.*
Rosemount United Methodist Church
14770 Canada Ave W, Rosemount, MN 55068
Sunday, April 12th. 4pm. Edina, MN.
Normandale Lutheran Church
6100 Normandale Road, Edina, MN 55436
*Funded by a grant made possible by the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council made possible through legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund of the State of Minnesota.
Bells of the Lakes would like to thank the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council for funding a concert series through the Community Arts Program, which is made possible through legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund of the State of Minnesota.
Thank you to all our wonderful donors for supporting Bells of the Lakes on Give to the Max Day. Bells of the Lakes continues to have a positive impact in the region (and across the country!) through the group’s educational events, and commitment to musical excellence through the medium of handbells. Check out our Give to the Max page at the link above to learn more about our current projects, and to find out how you can be part of our mission.
Every gift makes a tremendous difference, and each contribution received during Give to the Max Day gives us a chance to receive one of many cash awards that are offered as incentive prizes on Give to the Max Day.
Thank you for your continued support of Bells of the Lakes!
Bells of the Lakes is a community handbell ensemble representing the Twin Cities of Minnesota and is directed by William H. Mathis, a nationally known conductor and arranger of handbell and choral music. Bells of the Lakes maintains a membership in the Handbell Musicians of America and supports the work and activities of Area VII.