Jan. 9, 2009 at 10:04am
That means there's music in the fragrant air of the Seymour ConservatoryLET KATHYE LONG ENTERTAIN YOU THIS SUNDAY. Once again, I'm here to remind you that on the Second Sunday of every month, the W.W. Seymour Botanical Conservatory at Wright Park hosts a music concert. These concerts run from 1 PM to 2:30 PM.
This month, the featured musician is Kathye Long. She is a singer/songwriter who writes smart, funny, and touching songs about the marvelous and the mundane. She interprets the songs of others (how about something by The Kinks?), as well, and plays some mighty fine guitar to go along with it all. She's been know to pull out a classical instrumental or two from her formidable bag of musical tricks.
We like her a lot, and we know you will, too. All you have to do is show up.
Usually, admission to the Conservatory is free. Until February 22nd, there is an amazing Dale Chihuly glass installation nestled in among all the flora. In order to pay for the security needed for this fragile installation, they are suggesting a $5 donation.
It's worth it. Kathye's worth it. You're worth it. Aren't you?
I'll be back Sunday morning to remind you. And, don't forget the Feed's Calendar section.
For more information about this monthly event and other cool stuff offered by Metro Parks, you could visit their website.
Don Izenman ... retired mailman ... occasional musician ... proud father ... happily married (this time for sure!) ... contented non-driver ... interested in all things local and all things Tacoma. Oh yeah ... food, beer, and wine!