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3:30 PM - 6:00 PM -- Villages Together - The Bells of Summer Carillon Recital & Picnic @ Rockefeller

When:
Sunday, July 28, 2019, 3:30 PM until 6:00 PM
Where:
Rockefeller Memorial Chapel
University of Chicago
South East Lawn
5850 South Woodlawn Avenue
Chicago, IL  60637
Contact(s):
Susan Alitto
Category:
Courtesy of the Chicago Hyde Park Village
Registration is not Required
The Bells of Summer - Rockefeller Memorial Chapel Carillon Recital and Picnic on the South East Lawn
No Registration Required
Open to the Villages' Members and Non-Members
Bring an appetizer, salad, or dessert to share

4th Annual Villages Together Potluck Picnic
& Carillon Recital
The Bells of Summer


Sunday, July 28, 2019
3:30-6:00 p.m.

Carillon Recital
Rockefeller Memorial Chapel
UChicago
South East Lawn
5850 South Woodlawn Avenue

Chicago

Featured Artist

Leslie Chan - University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA

Picnic and Recital
3:30 p.m. Gathering and Potluck Picnic on the South East Lawn
5:00-6:00 p.m. Carillon Recital

Registration is not required
No fees
Open to the Villages members and non-members
Dress is summer picnic casual
In case of inclement weather - the Chapel is open for the Recital


Bring Your Own
Appetizer, salad, or dessert to share (provide serving utensils)
Beverage (alcohol is permitted on the lawn)
Chair and/or blanket for sitting
Umbrella (in case of rain)
Good appetite
Friend


Provided
Cold Bottled Water
Lemonade
Paper plates, cups, plastic eating utensils, napkins
Large plastic trash bag

Transportation/Parking
Transportation on your own
Parking on the street

The Bells of Summer are summer itself:
all urgent tasks aside;
moments stayed by sounds sustained
and sent back;
air cleansed of noise by gentle motions
in cups of bronze,
the lightness of being conveyed
in rhythms of measured stress, without strain;
the wily musician of struck bells,
master and foreman of their perfection,
modestly out of sight through forty-one summers,
comes into sight, and to our right praise.

— Bernard O. Brown, Fourth Dean of Rockefeller Memorial Chapel