Ashland Flute Circle presents:
Award-Winning, Native American-style, and World-flute artists,
Timothy J.P. Gomez, Joseph L. Young, Geri Littlejohn, and Tommy Graven!
In CONCERT, Saturday, May 14th, 2022
at Lithia Park Bandshell, corner of Winburn Way and Nutley St., Ashland, OR 97520
11:00 AM – OPEN MIC
2:00 PM – TEACHING CIRCLE (we ask for a $10.00 to $20.00 CASH Donation for the Teaching Circle)
and 4:30 PM – ‘Peace and Unity’ CONCERT
Timothy’s heart-felt melodies capture stories of the traveler, of ever-changing light and terrain. and the seasons. “The voice of the flute will tell my story and will carry you on my journey …” – T.J.P. Gomez
Joseph’s music has been hailed as, “healing”, “inspiring” and “beautifully haunting”.
Please join us for ‘Flutes in the Park’, at the Bandshell in Lithia Park, near 138 Winburn Way, Ashland, OR 97520 (near the corner of Winburn Way and Nutley Street) on Saturday, May 14th, 2022.
(There is parking along Winburn Way, and a Public Parking lot just before Nutley St., on Winburn Way). Look for the green signs!)
– 11:00 a.m. – ‘Open Mic.’ (open to all Flute Players by sign-up sheet).
– 2:00 p.m. – ‘Teaching Circle’ with Timothy, Joe, Geri, and Tommy. (We ask for a $10.00 to $20.00 CASH Donation, as there may be no Wi-Fi in the park).
– Flutes will be available for sale, privately, from flute-makers.
– Private flute lessons with any of the instructors may be arranged.
– 4:30 p.m. – ‘Peace & Unity’ Concert with Timothy JP Gomez, Joseph Young, Geri Littlejohn, and Tommy Graven! (we will have a ‘Tip Jar’, on-stage, for all performers).
LODGING: Ashland Comfort Inn & Suites, 434 S. Valley View Rd., Ashland, OR 97520. (541) 482-6932. Ask for ‘Flute Circle’ room rate. (Best to reserve now, as you can always cancel!)
CAMPING & RV Spaces: JacksonWellsprings.com (541) 482-3776. (please email AshlandFlute@gmail.com for more info.)
WEATHER: is changeable in May – it can range from 60’s to 80’s, and we can have light wind and showers. Please dress in layers, bring a rain jacket with a hood, hat, or umbrella. Also, best to bring a small lawn chair, a snack, and some water. There are facilities and restaurants within walking distance.
PARKING: is limited – there is Public Parking along Winburn Way (which follows the creek in the park), and there is a Public Parking lot on Winburn Way, just before Nutley Street. There is also parking on Granite Street, just South of the Granite St. and Nutley St. intersection.
– This is a public park. Be sure to conceal valuables and lock your car –
Disabled Parking is available at the Bandshell area, and the area is Wheelchair Accessible.
VOLUNTEERS: we need them! Please let us know if you would be willing to assist with Info. Table, Audio or Video, It’s easy and the perks are great! ~ thank you ~ we can’t function without you.
HEALTH & SAFETY: This is an open-air concert. We encourage everyone to keep a mask on their person to offer, as courtesy, when speaking to another. Common-sense distancing, and respect, will prevail. We will have a Sanitation Station at the Information Table.
If you are feeling ill, or have a cough, or fever – do not attend.
No alcohol, drugs, smoking, vaping, or open flame, of any kind, is allowed in the park.
PETS: Lithia Park is a No-Pets park, but there is shaded parking along Winburn Way, and there are dog-walking areas within a 1/4 block from the park.
QUESTIONS?: Please feel free to email us at: AshlandFlute@gmail.com
And please check back, often, for details and updates. We hope to see you and bring a friend!
We’d like to extend our gratitude to our Funders:
This event is made possible with support from WESTAF’s TourWest program, and a grant from The National Endowment for the Arts. We thank them for their continued support of the Arts in the Western United States.