Category Archive • Music

Summer of Music Finale Concert with Rainy City Riff Raff on 9/18

It’s our first big indoor concert in over a year! Originally planned for outside by city hall, we had to make a rain plan when Mother Nature finally decided to bring back rain this weekend. So join us Saturday at 1:00 for Rainy City Riff Raff on the Third Place Commons stage. Cranking out a ...

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Streaming Lunchtime Mini-Concert with Ken Kassover on 8/25

  Fill your lunchtime with music! Join Third Place Commons on Wednesday, August 25th at noon for a streaming mini-concert with the gifted jazz pianist Ken Kassover, a regular on the Commons stage from right here in Lake Forest Park. Recorded just for Third Place Commons, this special performance features an array of masterfully rendered jazz tunes ...

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Honky Tonk Sweethearts Mini-Concert on August 7th

If you’re missing Weekend Music at Third Place Commons, you’re not alone! Weekend Music onstage at the Commons will be back this fall. But in the meantime, scoot your coffee table out of the way and tune in for a TPC At Home dance party featuring Weekend Music favorites, the Honky Tonk Sweethearts on Saturday, August ...

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The Summer of Music Heats Up Starting July 25th

The Third Place Commons Summer of Music is in full swing and heating up with the first of three streaming concerts this weekend. On Sunday, July 25th at at 12:00 noon, tune in for a Milner Family Fiddles mini-concert streaming on our Third Place Commons YouTube channel. Recorded inside Third Place Commons during full COVID restrictions, this performance ...

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Now Hiring: Music & Events Coordinator

Third Place Commons is seeking a smart, capable team player to help schedule and host hundreds of free events each year in the Commons and at the Lake Forest Park Farmers Market as the new Music and Events Coordinator. This role will be a great fit for someone with event and/or performing arts experience who is ...

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Raise a Glass (or Mug) for our Finally 21 Party on Saturday, March 6th

It’s officially the homestretch for our Third Place Commons Finally 21 Online Party and Fundraiser. The festivities begin this coming Saturday, March 6th at 5 PM. It’s going to be a short and sweet party jam-packed with music, dance, laughter, friends, and plenty of silly fun. Trivia fans, start your engines. Most importantly, the proceeds will help sustain ...

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Take the Finally 21 Music Challenge today!

The Third Place Commons Finally 21 Online Party and Fundraiser is coming up on Saturday, March 6th, and our weekly scavenger hunt continues with Challenge #2. Challenge #2: THE MUSIC CHALLENGE Yes, we’re finally 21! And to celebrate our 21st birthday, we’ve got to have some great music. That’s where you come in! Think back to when you turned ...

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You’re Invited to our Finally 21 Online Party & Fundraiser

It’s 2021, Third Place Commons is turning 21, and it’s officially time to celebrate! You are cordially invited to the Third Place Commons Finally 21 Online Party & Fundraiser on Saturday, March 6, from 5 – 6:15 PM. Of course, you may remember the Third Place Commons fundraising breakfast, which is normally an annual tradition. But everyone ...

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Covid-19 Update: Temporary Closure of Third Place Commons

In response to Governor Inslee’s most recent mandates related to COVID-19, here are the latest changes at Third Place Commons: The Commons space is now closed until further notice – Although Third Place Commons operates as a nonprofit organization, separate from our neighboring restaurants, stores, and the Town Center mall, we are naturally an interdependent community. ...

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Response to Coronavirus & COVID-19

To Our Beloved Commons Community, In response to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus causing COVID-19 in King County and beyond, we want to share with you an update about how Third Place Commons is responding and what you can expect in the weeks to come. Annual Fundraising Breakfast & 20th Anniversary Celebration This week, we made the ...

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