Tickets are needed to attend the Sunday programs. Our highly professional Sunday programs are best enjoyed by our adult patrons. The parking lot door on the side of the building will be open to facilitate seating (the main doors of the library are not open on Sundays). Please come on time. The Sunday programs start promptly at 2PM. District 17 Residents can pick up tickets for the Sunday program starting the Monday two weeks before. If any tickets remain, they will be available to non-District 17 residents at the door on the afternoon of the performance.
George Harrison Tribute: Sunday, September 29
Come hear Tom Cavanagh and friends perform their tribute to George Harrison.
Rave On!: Sunday, October 6
Featuring the music of Rock & Roll legend Buddy Holly and other name acts of the era that many consider Rock & Roll’s best, this music will get you rocking. Always a crowd pleaser, come hear the music that influenced The Beatles, Bruce Springsteen, The Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan.
Homegrown String Band: Sunday, November 10
Join us for an afternoon of high energy American roots music. America’s premier purveyor of family style original & neo-traditional acoustic American roots music, they proudly carry on the tradition of families making a joyful sound and sharing it with their friends and neighbors. This quartet of acoustic musicians utilizes unique instrumentation and many varied musical influences to take their audiences on a rollicking ride through the sounds of American music. The family that plays together has been performing at bluegrass, blues, and folk festivals, theaters, and libraries since 1997.
Bobby Darin: An Audio-Visual Presentation: Sunday, November 17
Join Jack Schnur and learn about this multi-talented performer. See interviews and tv clips of Bobby Darin.
Just Sixties: Sunday, November 24
Break out your tie-dyed shirts and bell bottom jeans and rediscover the psychedelic era through music performed by Long Island’s number one sixties band, “Just Sixties.” Relive the fads, culture, news and Americana of the sixties while listening to your favorite hits from The Beatles, The Beach Boys, The Doors, The Temptations, Simon & Garfunkel, The Rolling Stones, The Monkees, Sonny & Cher and many more.
Let’s Get Away From It All: Sunday, December 1
Take a trip with Paul and Rochelle as they explore the pleasures, frustrations, and rewards of hitting the road. This journey through song includes great standards (Route 66, I Left My Heart in San Francisco, I Love Paris), humorous numbers (Why do the Wrong People Travel?, Mention my Name in Sheboygan), and wistful ballads (Leaving on a Jet Plane, I’m Travelin’ Light). As Henry Miller said, “One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.”