The Hallberg Center for the Arts, is owned and run by the Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community, with a mission to encourage creative expression, promote networking of local artists of all ages, and champion a learning environment that builds community participation in the arts.
Located at 5521 East Viking Blvd, in Wyoming, MN, the Center for the Arts is just a couple blocks east of the main intersection in downtown Wyoming.
Susan LaVelle will perform the original LaVelle & Dorland song, “This Old House” supported by Matt’s fantastic blues piano. Plus, Susan will be interviewed by nationally known musician, Cheryl Englehardt.
Honey A candlelit lounge for food, drinks, & live music.
Date: Sunday, Feb 16, 2020
Time: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM Doors open at 5:30
Honey 205 E Hennepin Ave Minneapolis, MN 612-746-0306
Cover charge: $10.00 per person For Honey Food Menu, see here. For Honey Drinks Menu, see here.
NOTE: Location is down a flight of stairs and accessible by elevator through the upstairs restaurant, Ginger Hop. The Host at Ginger Hop will direct you to the elevator upon request.
For directions, to Honey, click here. Parking: Metered street parking along and across Hennepin & a city ramp around the back of the venue, plus several nearby metered lots.
RSVP for a special Three-course meal:
After hearing Matt & Susan’s previous show at Honey, Jon, the chef and one of the owners of Honey & Ginger Hop, said that having Matt & Susan back was a “no-brainer,” so he put together a special “nearly Valentine’s Day” meal!
$15 – Three-course meal
– Two-piece caramelized and cream cheese wonton – Basil stir-fry w/ choice of chicken or fried tofu with jasmine rice – Key Lime bar for dessert The meal is $15.00/person and you must RSVP directly to Jon@gingerhop.com
More completely new songs, plus other originals and familiar tunes with our special touch of jazz, in the romantic atmosphere of an underground NY Jazz club.