Monday, December 17th at 7:30pm at the Civic Auditorium
Tuesday, December 18, 2018 at 7:30pm – Join our 8th grade musicians in band, orchestra, and choir from Harding and Garfield Middle School as they perform holiday favorites at the Civic Auditorium. Tickets $2 for adults, $1 for seniors, and students are free.
Wednesday, December 19, 2018 at 7:30pm – Join our 6th grade musicians in band, orchestra, and choir from Harding and Garfield Middle School as they perform holiday favorites at the Civic Auditorium. Tickets $2 for adults, $1 for seniors, and students are free.
Homecoming weekend is upon us! That means it’s Spirit Week in Lakewood and one of the most visible events of Spirit Week is the Spirit Parade. The parade steps off this Friday (Oct. 5th) at 5:30 from Lakewood Park and will march its way east on Clifton then south on Bunts ending at the north lot at Lakewood High School.
The LHS Ranger Marching Band, Rangerettes and Flag Corp will lead the parade followed by many Lakewood City Schools sports teams and student organizations. Also a favorite in the parade is this year’s Homecoming Court: Erin Black, Katie Booth, Semra Derisevic, Lauren Jones, Stephanie Posedel, Eliza Richardson, Adrianna Smiddle, Tyler Hannah, Jack Hueter, Ahmad Nijem, Leo Morgan, Alvin Musai, Zearatus Perry and Connor Shelton
The Rangers football game vs. Avon will cap off the evening at First Federal of Lakewood Stadium with kickoff at 7:00. Additionally, retired director Brian Maskow will be conducting the LHS Alumni Ranger Marching Band in the Alma Mater and Eye of the Tiger!
Saturday, December 1, 2018 – A family friendly event where performing arts students from grade K-12 perform. https://www.lakewoodalive.org/
Saturday, November 17, 2018 – Have you ever wanted to conduct an orchestra? Well, here is your chance. The Lakewood High School Orchestras and The Lakewood Project will arrive in their pajamas at LHS bright and early at 6am to start playing for a total of 13 hours at the Civic Auditorium. The final 90 minutes of this marathon features guest conductors as they conduct favorites like Star Wars, Pirates of the Caribbean, The Pink Panther, Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, OR guests can perform with The Lakewood Project selections like Livin on a Prayer, Feel it Still, or I Feel Good.
Music Boosters is looking for some volunteers to help with the music portion at Light up Lakewood. This portion of the event runs from 10:15am to 4:30pm at Lakewood Baptist Church (Actual concerts are 11 to 4). The volunteers will help run logistics with all the music groups. Heidi Murray and Beth Hankins will be there all day to assist. Volunteers will be fed with soup, salad and bread. click here to see volunteer options
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Saturday, September 15 starting at 6pm at First Federal of Lakewood Stadium. The Lakewood High School Ranger Marching Band will perform along with bands from Fairview, St. Eds, Vermilion, West Geauga, Westlake, Olmsted Falls, Garfield Heights, Eastlake North and Mount Union University. Tickets are $9 for adults, $7 seniors, $5 for students and are available at the door or via the bookroom. If you are interested in volunteering email Laura. Businesses wishing to advertise can email Julie.
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Saturday, September 8 from 11am-4pm. Lakewood Citizens: Be on the lookout as students from the Lakewood City Schools Performing Arts Department will be out and about knocking on doors to say thank you for your continued support of Lakewood City Schools.
Additionally, each household will receive a copy of the performing arts calendar for the 2018-2019 school year. The students will extend a personal invitation to these performances.
Consider donating that change jar to help these wonderful students continue the rich tradition of music in the Lakewood School System. This event is sponsored by the Lakewood Music Boosters. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! To volunteer click our SignUpGenius here!
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