2024 Summer Events

Here’s a preview of our diverse summer lineup featuring a blend of comedy, folk music, nature exploration, art, and unique historical perspectives. The complete calendar will be available soon. All events are free, with donations welcome.

  • June 8: Joanna Rush, No Malarkey! Get ready for a night of side-splitting laughter as comedian Joanna Rush delivers her take on the current political landscape, with sharp wit and plenty of “no malarkey” attitude. No Malarkey!
  • June 22: Claire Dacey Concert Immerse yourself in the captivating world of folk music with award-winning singer-songwriter Claire Dacey. Her haunting voice and evocative lyrics will transport you to another place and time.
  • June 27: Ukulele Orchestra Join the fun-loving Ukulele Orchestra for a delightful evening of sing-alongs and charming melodies. All levels of ukulele enthusiasts are welcome!
  • August 23: Peter Russell Nature Tour Mycologist Peter Russell leads a fascinating exploration of Laurel Park’s unique fungal life, delving into the secrets of its mature woodlands.
  • September 8: Sheila Rhodes-Dow Art Tour Celebrate the culmination of the 2023-2024 Laurel Park Artist-in-Residence program. Sheila Rhodes-Dow guides a tour of her thought-provoking site-specific sculptures crafted from natural materials.
  • September 22: Laurel Park History Event Journey through time as the community unveils a captivating exhibition of archival photos and shares stories from the site’s origins as a Methodist Camp Meeting and Chautauqua.
  • October 4: Liz Duffy Adams Reading Experience the power of the written word as acclaimed playwright Liz Duffy Adams shares excerpts from her award-winning works.

Our mission is to provide a platform for diverse artistic expression and engage our community in a celebration of creativity. We invite everyone to experience the magic of Laurel Park Arts this summer.