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Green Lake
Bluegrass Band

"Cabin Fever Four!"

Fri. Feb. 3rd, 2017
at 7:00pm

Tickets: $10.00
At the door

Since it's inception playing summer worship services at the Green Lake Bible Camp in the mid 1990s, the Green Lake Bluegrass Band has grown into a true bluegrass tradition. Playing county fairs and festivals throughout west central and southwestern Minnesota, the GLBB brings their skill, home-spun humor, and love for the music to every show.  In addition to the bluegrass tunes, the five member band also dabbles in gospel, country, folk and Irish tunes.




"Produced with special permission from
Dramatists Play Service, Inc."


"Opal's Million Dollar Duck"
A comedy by John Patrick
Directed by Jan Buzzeo

February 9-11th, 16-18th
at 7:00pm

Tickets: Adults - $15.00
Children 12 and under - $8.00

Advance tickets will be sold
two weeks prior to the event at
The Giving Tree Children's
Boutique in New London
and Whitney Music in Willmar.


Searching for costumes for their next production, Desmond and Queenie, the "stars" of the local summer-stock company, drop by "Opal's Antique Junque Shop." While rooting through Opal's treasures they spot a nondescript oil painting, a still life of a dead mallard duck and an apple and recalling an item in the morning newspaper about an old master who has disappeared from the local art museum, suddenly realize that this may be the missing canvas, for which the insurance company is offering a sizable reward. Summoning up all their acting skills, they try to charm Opal into selling the painting for a pittance, but she explains that she plans to give it to her friend, Rosie, as a birthday present, whereupon the plot thickens hilariously. Desmond and Queenie resort to everything from outrageous flattery to knock-out drops trying to get their hands on the picture. Rosie, however, rejects it on the grounds that it reminds her of her pet duck (which was run over by a truck); and the plotters, much to their glee, march off triumphantly with their prize, unaware that a later edition of the paper carries a new item: The old master has been found, and the canvas that disappeared was a worthless copy that the museum had thrown out with the garbage!

 

 

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