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During these Uncertain Times
"It's people like you who see the value LOLA brings to our community. LOLA being a non-profit Art Organization has extremely limited financial resources but will continue to strive to stay strong and well."

- Lynn Richie, LOLA President

Checks are welcome too!
Mail them or stop in!
LOLA Welcomes Two New Staff Members
September 25 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
Meet and Greet @ LOLA
(main floor classroom)
Jennifer Anderson (click for bio) and Julie Waidzulis (click for bio) have joined the LOLA staff as of September 3rd. Jennifer as Executive Director and Julie as Assistant Executive Director. They are both excited to nurture and grow LOLA Arts in new directions.
LOLA Classes
October 22 - 24 The Acrylic Experience - Acrylic Painting Workshop w/ Kay Brathol-Hostvet
This workshop offers an overview of the possibilities of the versatile acrylic medium, as well as the choice of a concentrated focus for experienced painters. Beginners and those wanting a refresher will learn to mix colors and explore the various mediums.The class consists of exercises based on technical experimentation, responses to journaling, music interpretation and group discussions.


Watercolor Wednesdays are Still Happening!
FREE 10 - 2 p.m. every Wednesday
Are you working on a watercolor or would you like to start one but never seem to carve out time? We have a space, dedicated day of the week and an artist on hand to help you weekly. Added benefit is meeting others who share your same interest!

Gloria Andersen Continues Into Fall with
Line Dancing Classes
Line Dance Instructor Gloria Anderson will continue to teach line dancing classes from a coaching perspective after coming off a recent injury. Classes will continue into fall.

This American Song: Wisconsin
LOLA Board President Lynn Richie represented Wisconsin
On June 21, Make Music Day, an initiative called This American Song debuted. Each state nominated a person to be paired with a professional song writer to tell their story in a song. The songwriter interviewed the state representative via video chat for an hour, then wrote a song that they performed for that person in the evening on the same day. Board President Lynn Richie was chosen to represent Wisconsin. Click here to hear the song written about her!

As summer has come to an end, so has our Car Park Concert Summer Music Series. This free music series started in July and featured nine musicians of various genres. These artists played Cajun, country, folk, rock and more. Some traveled from the U.P. of Michigan, Minnesota, and from other areas in Wisconsin. Learn more about the 2020 lineup here.

Originally held on the LOLA porch, we relocated this year's music series to the Snowflake Building located behind the Land O' Lakes Town Hall. This allowed listeners to have the choice to stay parked in their cars to listen to the music, bring a chair inside to social distance, or lay a blanket down in the lawn.

It was wonderful being able to provide live music that could bring the community together safely on Thursday nights. We saw families come with dinner, and we saw some even bring their dogs. In total we had an attendance of 519 for the nine-week music series.

Join us next year at the Snowflake for another great summer music lineup!

We want your feedback! If you have any comments or suggestions on the summer music series, please email us at lolaartswi.com@gmail.com
Thank You Summer Sponsors!
Anderson Lake
Properties LLC

Car Park Concert Sponsor
Ivancevich Family
Open Monday - Friday 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Call with your questions or visit the LOLA website for more great updates!