Lunch with the Arts hosts a diverse offering of artists who share their craft from noon to 1 p.m. the third Wednesday of each month, giving us a mid-month, mid-day break we all deserve.
Bring your lunch and pay just $7 at the door!
Lunch with the Arts: Organ Recital by Zach Klobnak
Wednesday, October 25 | 12pm to 1pm
Location: Presbyterian Church of Danville (500 West Main Street)
$5 at the door
October 2017 marks an important cultural event that changed the course of world history: the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. As the life of the Christian church was changing in 1517, so was the music that accompanied the worship life of the church. As a result, we are left with a wealth of German music that stems from the newly-formed Protestant (Lutheran) church. At Lunch with the Arts, Zach Klobnak will explore some of that repertoire as well as offer a glimpse of a forthcoming organ recital that commemorates the anniversary of this important event.
Dr. Zach Klobnak is College Organist and Instructor of Organ, Harpsichord, and Piano at Centre College in
Danville, Kentucky. He is also Director of Music and Organist at the Presbyterian Church of Danville,
where he directs the music program, administers the “Music on Main Street” concert series, and plays
the church’s Taylor & Boody pipe organ.
Lunch with the Arts: Stuart Sanders
Wednesday, November 15 | 12pm to 1pm
$5 at the door – feel free to bring your lunch!
The Kentucky Historical Society is conducting a statewide Listening Tour in conjunction with Kentucky’s 225th anniversary of statehood. Stuart Sanders, History Advocate with the Kentucky Historical Society, will facilitate a conversation with LWTA guests centered on “What Makes Kentucky, Kentucky?” The purpose is to hear how people throughout the state think about Kentucky, both the things they are proud of and the things that they see as challenges. Stuart will also share insights gathered from previous listening sessions throughout the year.
As the former executive director of the Perryville Battlefield Preservation Association, Stuart worked for nearly 10 years to preserve and interpret Kentucky’s largest Civil War battleground before coming to KHS, first to oversee community field services and now as History Advocate. Stuart brings his experiences as a preservationist, interpreter, outreach specialist, author of three books and speaker to his current duties, communicating the relevance, value and significance of Kentucky’s history. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in history.
Lunch with the Arts: Young at Heart Band
Wednesday, December 20 | 12pm to 1pm
$5 at the door
Join us for what has quickly become a favorite annual event at the Community Arts Center – a holiday performance by the Young at Heart Band. This lively group performs their own brand of swing music from the 1940s era. They may be called young at heart, but here is the kicker – the band members’ average age is 80 years and counting. That doesn’t prevent them, however, from raising the roof when it comes to their music.
Big thanks to our sponsor – Stuart Powell Ford Lincoln Mazda – for supporting this event!!