GODFREY - These upcoming Lewis and Clark Community College
concerts are sure to get guests in the holiday spirit.
- Holiday Happening Brown Bag Event - A Brown Bag featuring
Limited Edition will take place at noon Wednesday, Dec. 4 in the
Ringhausen Music Building Atrium. As with all Brown Bags, guests
are encouraged to bring their lunches.
- The Sounds of South America and Spain - This concert has been
postponed. The new date will be announced at www.lc.edu/music.
- Switchback Concert - Switchback, featuring Brian Fitzgerald
and Martin McCormick on mandolin and guitar, will perform at 2 p.m.
Sunday, Dec. 8 in the Benjamin Godfrey Memorial Chapel.
Reservations are required. For reservations call (800) 613-3163.
- "Carols and Stories" The Memories of Christmases Come and Gone
- This Brown Bag event will feature L&C faculty member Jamie
Mills on vocals at noon Wednesday, Dec. 11 in the Ringhausen Music
- "Christmas Memories" - Join the Alton Symphony Orchestra at 7
p.m. Saturday, Dec. 14 in the Hatheway Cultural Center's Ann
Whitney Olin Theatre as members perform holiday favorites,
including a sing-a-long to "The Nutcracker." The annual
silent auction of holiday baskets will be presented during the
intermission. Wine, soft drinks and desserts from Gentelin's will
be available for purchase before the concert and during
intermission. Single ticket prices are $10 for adults, $5 for
seniors, while children through 12th grade are free. Lewis and
Clark students, faculty and staff are free with identification.
Tickets available for purchase at the door or through ASO's secure
- L&C Holiday Concert - Join the Lewis and Clark Community
College Music Department as they present the sounds and songs of
the holiday season at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 17 in the Hatheway
Cultural Center's Ann Whitney Olin Theatre on L&C's Godfrey
Please note that all of L&C Music Department's events are
free. There is a charge for the Alton Symphony Orchestra concert.
For the complete L&C Music Calendar, visit
www.lc.edu/musicevents or for more information call the Music
office at (618) 468-4731.