The Methow Valley Citizens' Council Presents an Evening of Music with Dana Lyons and Ken Bevis
BROWN PAPER TICKETS are currently unavailable as the event if today. We still have plenty of cash or check only tickets available first come first serve at the door! Please try to bring exact change. We look forward to you joining us this afternoon!
The Methow Valley Citizens' Council presents environmental troubadours Dana Lyons and Ken Bevis as they mix ballads and comedy, singing moving songs about our beautiful home.
Kids are welcome but this is not a kids concert, and some of the songs may feature material that is inappropriate for young children.
We will have cash-only tickets available at the door, please bring exact change.
Dana Lyons is best known for his comedy hit song Cows with Guns. He has recorded eight albums during his lifetime artistic career, including Circle the World and At Night They Howl at the Moon: Environmental Songs for Kids. Working around the Earth to raise awareness, activism, and funds for environmental and social justice issues, Dana has collaborated with Dr. Jane Goodall and her environmental group Roots and Shoots. Bringing together a mix of comedy, ballads and love songs, Dana's sharp wit and beautiful voice have him performing at venues across the US and around the world. Dana lives in Bellingham.
Ken Bevis utilizes his ecological knowledge as Stewardship Wildlife Biologist for the Department of Natural Resources to create wonderfully moving and informative songs about our environment. Ken is a lifelong hunter, fisherman, bird watcher and naturalist. He lives in the Methow Valley with his wife Teri. Ken will be singing songs from his soon-to-be-released debut album.
The mission of the Methow Valley Citizens' Council (MVCC) is to raise a strong community voice for protection of the Methow Valley's natural environment and rural character.
-EDUCATE the public and decision makers on key environmental and land use issues that define the character of the Methow Valley.
-ENGAGE citizen participation so our collective voice is heard.
-ADVOCATE and, when necessary, use legal tools to ensure that environmental laws and regulations are followed.
The Methow Valley Citizens' Council has a distinguished history of fighting for progressive land use and environmental values in the Methow Valley since 1976.
MVCC pursues its work by monitoring planning activities at the county and local level; tracking development proposals; writing letters to the editor and elected officials; mobilizing our supporters; and using the law to preserve this place. We continue our mission and history as a strong voice and watchdog for actions that would affect the quality of the natural and rural environment of the Methow Valley.
If you would like to learn more about MVCC and our ongoing projects please visit our website, mvcitizens.org and don't forget to 'like' us on Facebook!
We are seeking volunteers to assist with setting up the event, cleaning up afterwards and managing our donations table. If you are interested in volunteering please email us at mvcc(at)mvcitizens(dot)org, or by calling us at (509) 997-0888. We will have a limited number of free tickets for volunteers.
The Merc Playhouse (View)
101 S Glover St
Twisp, WA 98856
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|