2022 Entertainment at Laleure
Music on Friday Nights starts at 6:30 pm
Hike the Laleure Woods May .
This is the last of our spring hikes along the 3 mile "Nine Bridges" trail at Laleure Vineyards
on Saturday morning at 10:30. We will see the latest wildflowers
to arrive as well as resident and migrating birds. THe terrain is quite diverse, from fields to woods to lowland area streams
in this spectacularly pristine area.
RESERVATIONS REQUIRED - Reserve by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
We ask that you leave your text number so we may reach you for any unforseen cancellations.
Please be sure to let us know if you can't make it, so that we have room for others and are not kept waiting for you.
Waterproof footgear is highly recommended. There are several short but steep inclines, so hikers be aware before you set out.
Bring a picnic
lunch and join us afterwards at the winery. No charge for the hike, hike at your own risk. Check website home page for any cancellations
(Hikes are self identification, no formal naturalist except for our leaders and fellow hikers).
Saturday Music in the Silo Series (Instrumentals) Starts around 1:30 - Each Saturday afternoon The Music in the Silo Series has started each Saturday afternoon
at 1:30. Sit back and relax with a glass of wine while listening to guitar instrumentals help you select those perfect wines to drink on premises or take home
Feel free to bring your own snacks for an enjoyable,
relaxing afternoon. .
May 27 Mark Freeman Friday at 6:30 Beautiful words written by Mark, A wonderfull & full gravelly voice, and fantastic guitar work. One of Rich’s favorite acts at Laleure, Mark returns
after a long covid hiatus Mark Freeman
June 3 Joe Fritz & Friends Friday at 6:30 Joe brings lots of fun into your evening with an entertaininging personality, deep resonant voice,
great guitar & banjo, and we
all love his 12 string work! Joe Fritz Band
June 17 Swap Meet - From band-member Peter "Swap Meet comes to you from Prague, Czechoslovakia. We play a stew of many styles from Swing to Hillbilly to
Gypsy music and everything in between. We are a 3-part harmony acoustic band punctuated with driving rub board rhythms and intricate solos."
Come on down and party with us... we'll play a special song just for you Swap Meet
July 8 Hey Mavis Friday at 6:30 We are happy to have Hey Mavis return to Laleure this summer. This well known group has quite a bio. Eleven years ago, banjoist/songwriter Laurie Michelle Caner and violinist/fiddler Eddie Caner formed Hey Mavis while serving as artists-in-residence in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Since then, this Northcoast Americana band has been weaving a musical tapestry and igniting a following of dedicated fans. Their duo shows are full of traditional fiddle tunes, heartfelt originals that we love to offer at Laleure.
Hey Mavis has appeared on NPR’s Mountain Stage, NPR’s Whad'ya Know?, PBS’s Applause and PBS's Songs from the Center. The group has performed standing-room-only shows at the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival as well as nine consecutive sell-out concerts in their hometown of Akron Ohio. In 2018, Melissa Etheridge hand-picked Hey Mavis to be one of the headliners for her music cruise.
We look forward to a very special evening. Hey Mavis
July 22 Hiram Rapids Stumblers Friday at 7:00 "The Stumblers, a five-piece bluegrass band, have been playing all over NE Ohio for the last ten years.
They bring high energy
music you can dance and sing along to"
The Hiram Stumblers
August 5 Three Guys & a Gal Friday at 6:30 Mix of light rock from the 60’s, 70’s, and 80’s. We are proud to host
this group that is a real gem found right in our own area. Great voices, guitars, and a whole lot of fun
August 26 Woodpeckers - Eclectic band playing blues, rock, country and lots more. Always entertaining, and a whole
lot of fun. Great musicians making fantastic music with their instruments and voices
September 23 Hiram Rapids Stumblers Friday at 7:00 "The Stumblers, a five-piece bluegrass band, have been playing all over NE Ohio for the last ten years.
They bring high energy
music you can dance and sing along to" The Hiram Stumblers