University Singers Perform for Free at Opera House
It’s Summertime! And the season is in full swing. So why not take advantage of a FREE Concert at the Tabor Opera House tomorrow night Wednesday, June 12? The Ohio Northern University Singers will perform at 7:30 p.m.University Singers perform @ Tabor Opera House
The University Singers is a select 48-voice concert choir under the direction of Dr. Ben Ayling, director of choral activities at Ohio Northern University. Dedicated to musical excellence, the choir performs a variety of literature representing the rich history of choral music as it performs concert tours annually.
The University Singers has performed overseas 10 times and has appeared in England, Germany, France, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Switzerland, Wales and Estonia. The choir carried out its first concert tour of the North Island of New Zealand in March 2012. And now they will perform in Leadville, catch them tomorrow night for FREE at the opera house!
Healy House to Host Flea Market This Saturday
The museums are all open and busy as the Leadville summer tourist season gets underway. To add to the fun for both visitors and locals, the Healy House is hosting “Ye Olde Flea at Healy.”
The event will take place from 9:30 – 4 p.m., this Saturday, June 15 on the Healy House Museum Lawn.
“We have something for everyone,” said Maureen Scanlon, Director of the Healy House when describing the types of vendors that will have booths. A total of 25 vendors including locals and other area artists and crafts people will have their goods for sale in booths where customers can engage with and buy straight from local makers, creators and collectors!
“We will have a garden center, beetle-kill furniture vendors, and a book-signing booth by local authors Gretchen Scanlon and Roger Pretti,” added Scanlon.
The event will also be supported by volunteers from History Colorado who will help with logistics like parking, but also have an information booth for those interested in learning more about the program. Oh, and the Healy House Museum and Dexter Cabins will be open for tours as usual.
The open-air market will meander throughout the museum’s gardens, as well as along the part of Harrison Avenue that crests to Capitol Hill, adjacent to the museum.
The market is free and open to the public. Come and see if you can find something you can’t live without!