Art & History Museums of Maitland
231 W Packwood Ave
Maitland, FL 32751
7:00 p.m. Friday, Sept. 13, 2013
The A&H Associates, volunteer corps of the Art & History Museums – Maitland (A&H), in partnership with Performing Arts of Maitland, proudly present the 2013 Summer Concert Series in the A&H’s beautiful Main Garden, located at 231 W. Packwood Avenue, Maitland.
Guests can also enjoy delicious food by Shred-A-Bowl food truck, and stop in the A&H’s Chapel and Courtyard to hear literary readings from Maitland Poets & Writers. The A&H’s Main Galleries will be open for guests to view the exhibitions, Participation: Class of 2011 and 2012, and Celebrating Central Florida’s Next Artists: Senior Show, and shop at the Museum Store. Guests are encouraged to bring a blanket or a low-backed chair. A bar is available for those who would like to purchase alcohol. Guests are not permitted to bring in their own alcohol. The Enzian brings delicious hot popcorn for our guests to enjoy.
The A&H’s Summer Concert Series takes place the second Friday of every month from May thru September. Admission is $3.00. A&H members receive FREE admission.
We hope that you will join us all summer at the A&H as the Summer Concert Series continues with these fun concerts:
• September 13: The Master Blasters
The Master Blasters take the stage on September 13. While the sound is new, this band is comprised of seasoned professional all-stars with a combined experience of over fifty years at top venues across the nation. Band members are Rick Perry, lead guitar and vocals, Rob Reedy, lead vocals, guitar and percussion and Christopher Ward, vocals and keyboard. This band is a dynamic explosion of soul, rock, rhythm & blues and much more!
Adding to the evening’s entertainment is Maitland Poets & Writers presenting Literature Out Loud: Poetry, Grit and the Beat of the Bandwith Susan Lilley. Lilley will perform on the main stage in the garden at 7:45 and 8:45 pm, in between the band’s performances. Lilley writes and teaches in the Orlando area. In her three decades of adventures in classrooms, she has won major teaching awards and logged in many years each at Trinity Preparatory School, The University of Central Florida, and Rollins College. Her work has appeared in Poet Lore, The Southern Review, Drunken Boat, Slipstream, Sweet, The Apalachee Review, Passager, New Madrid, The Florida Review, and Tiger Tail, among other journals. She is the 2009 winner of the Rita Dove Poetry Award and her chapbook, Night Windows, won the Yellow Jacket Press contest for Florida poets.
Guests are encouraged to bring a blanket or a low-backed chair. A bar is available for those who would like to purchase alcohol. Guests are not permitted to bring in their own alcohol.
The A&H’s Main Galleries will be open for guests to view the exhibitions, Images of Eatonville: Then and Now, and Artists’ Views of the Research Studio. Be sure to visit our Museum Store while you’re in the galleries and explore our artist-created items. The Enzian brings delicious hot popcorn for our guests to enjoy.
For more information on the A&H and the Summer Concert Series, phone 407-539-2181 or visit www.ArtandHistory.org.