Celebrate the arrival of summer on the grounds of the historic Lanterman House from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday. The historic home is located at 4420 Encinas Drive in La Canada Flintridge.
Dress in your summer whites (any era or style you like) and bring a picnic. Of course, there will be dancing in the historic second floor ballroom to the music of Randy Woltz and perhaps other guest musicians.
Bring your ukulele, guitar, banjo, fiddle or other portable acoustic instrument and make sweet music with old and new friends in and around the house.
Bring the kids for some old fashioned games and family fun.
Admission is free, though we will be requesting donations to benefit the Lanterman Music Fund. Presented by the Lanterman Historical Museum Foundation.
This year’s featured act: The Honey Lulus. Say aloha to the Honey-Lulus:
Christina Linhardt, Kate Friedricks and Justeen Ward.
These three charming and talented ladies will perform vintage songs of the islands and dance like the swaying palms, live and in color.
They promise to make your summer with their ukuleles and vocal harmonies that conjure up warm breezes, happy hukilaus and sunny shores – the perfect summer entertainment extravaganza!
Kate Friedricks has created new arrangements with a vintage feel for Hawaiian and tropical music that was popular in early and mid-twentieth century America.
Christina Linhardt and Justeen Ward bring their years of experience as variety entertainers all over the world to create this eclectic show.
Audience members will be invited to learn the hula and will be wowed with this fast-paced musical trip to an imaginary Tiki Island.
Reminder: Parking is very limited. You are encouraged to use the La Canada Congregational Church lots at the corner of Foothill and Verdugo.