My friend Becky Able and her son, Alex raaise money for muscular dystrophy. Alex is an accomplished piano player and is participating in this event.
If you can make it, all are welcome!!
Concert/Open House for
Listen to music and stroll through the flower gardens while supporting Alex Amble’s mission to raise funds for a cure of muscular dystrophy.
Hosted by Alex’s neighbors, Mark & Lynne Thornsjo:
Saturday, June 11th; Noon – 5 p.m.
6279 Crackleberry Alcove; Woodbury
(come and go as you please)
Donations accepted that day with all proceeds to MDA
Light snacks and beverages will be available
Please join us while listening to the talented musicians:
12:00 p.m. Alex Amble and Jacob Drusch / trumpets
12:15 p.m. Pasha Amble / piano solo
12:30 p.m. Kathy Parsons / piano solo
1:00 p.m. Kathy Parsons & Lynne Thornsjo / two pianos
1:15 p.m. Alex Amble & Lynne Thornsjo / two pianos
1:30 p.m. Maya Drusch / vocal soloist
1:45 p.m. Gabe Gazzola / piano and vocals
2:45 p.m. Marie Vestal / piano solo
3:15 p.m. Mary Karlsson / piano solo
3:30 p.m. Alex Amble / piano solo
4:00 p.m. MN Dolce Recorder Ensemble/Brad Wright/Larry Tempel/Mark Krusemeyer
for updates on the schedule go to above facebook link or http://www.alexamblemusic.com/calendar.html
Driving instructions to Thornsjo’s at 6279 Crackleberry Alcove (651-458-0743; business line 651-459-4343):
1. From most metro areas, take Interstate 494 to southbound Hwy 61 at Newport.
2. Go south on Hwy 61 ~1/4 mile and exit at Glen Road. If coming from Hastings or other points to the southeast, go north on Hwy 61 and exit on Glen Road in Newport. Head east on Glen Rd, down the artificial hill they built for the intersection, to the 4-way stop sign.
2. Continue east on Glen Road 0.9 mile to Crackleberry Trail, which is just past the Woodbury city limit sign around a right-hand curve. There also is a left turn intersection sign just before the curve and past the Woodbury city limit sign. (NOTE: If you miss the Crackleberry Trail turn note that there is a second intersection with Crackleberry Trail about ½ mile further east. That’s because Crackleberry Trail forms a half-circle north of Glen Road and comes back and crosses Glen Road there.)
3. Turn left (north) on Crackleberry Trail and go about one city block to Crackleberry ALCOVE. It is the first cul-de-sac of several along Crackleberry Trail if you took the first, west-end Crackleberry Trail turn per above.
Please park in the cul-de-sac and walk down the driveway to the house. Visitors needing assistance walking may drive to the house.