Star Belle Ukulele Band is a trio of Nebraska based singer-songwriters with folk, country, and Americana roots. These ladies bring tight harmonies, humor, and a commitment to promoting arts in rural locations.
Their visit to Plainview on Friday, June 28th will consist of two parts:
A 2:00 pm workshop at Green Prairie Assisted Living’s chapel. Community members are invited to join the band in learning some ukulele tips and tricks and a song or two. Folks who participate in the workshop are invited to come to the evening’s concert and play along with what they learned in the workshop. Registration is required on our Sign-Up Form.
A 6:30 pm concert at the Plainview Public Library. This event is open to the public and does not require a ticket or registration. Our weekend concerts are a great opportunity for family entertainment, but the library has limited seating. If you are opposed to sitting on the floor, we recommend bringing lawn chairs.
This project is made possible with money from Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund and the people of Minnesota for Library Legacy activities.
Thursday, June 13, programs at 5-5:45pm and 6-6:45pm
(offered in partnership with the Happy Ramblers 4-H group all. All ages are invited to this event.)
This event will take place in the gymnasium of the Immanuel Lutheran Family Life Center (45 W Broadway, Plainview, MN 55964). The STARLAB program features an inflatable planetarium to showcase 3,000 stars of different colors and sizes, as well as the constellations. Please contact the library the day of the program to obtain a ticket for entrance. Each program is limited to 60 individuals at a time. Attendees without a ticket will be permitted to enter on a first come first serve basis to the shows at 5pm and 6pm. Individuals waiting their turn in the STARLAB are invited to do hands on space activities and crafts with volunteers from the Happy Ramblers. One of the projects needs soda bottles (with caps on). If your family drinks soda, please consider bringing 2 liter or 16 oz bottles.
Monday, June 3rd 6:30-7:15pm
Mr. Fun has been teaching kids how to play for over 20 years! His very popular program, “Global Games”, teaches kids about world cultures through a wide variety of skill toys and games from different countries. He provides a brief history and demonstrates each, brings up volunteers to show how easy they are to learn and concludes with everyone playing with plenty of toys for everyone to try out. Global Games helps kids develop skills and self esteem while learning about the fun side of world cultures!