WINONArts is so excited to be announcing the first virtual Live @the Levee event on Sunday, January 17, from 4-6 p.m. Virtual Live @the Levee events will safely gather the Winona community (and those from anywhere in the world that want to “visit” Winona) to enjoy each other’s company.
Virtual Live @the Levee is not just another Zoom meet up. Attendees will hear music curated by Treedome Studios featuring some wonderful local musicians on the virtual stages, and will be able to move from group to group freely to
converse and say hello. This event is a great way to see some wonderful old friends that you could not safely gather with for months, and make some new friends. Folks with ties to Winona that have scattered all over the world can come
back to say hello. The next few months will be challenging for us all, and virtual Live @the Levee events were created to make things a bit better.
You must sign up to attend by going to www.cityofwinona.com/531/Virtual-Live-the-Levee. Attendance to the
event is limited to allow for the most fun experience for all.
Things to know about virtual Live @the Levee events:
1. You must sign up, see link above, to receive a URL link and a password to attend and attendance is limited so. if you sign up, please do attend.
2. You will need a laptop computer, desktop computer, smartphone, or tablet, and the program where the virtual Levee spaces exist works fully on a desktop or laptop only. If you use a phone or tablet (iOS) you will not be able to hear the music concert videos. However, you will still be able to say hello and meet up with friends. It is still well worth attending by small device, but don’t let the lack of music frustrate you.
3. This is a community-building event. The multiple levee spaces are set up to meet and chat with friends, to mingle with those you may not have been able to greet and spend time with safely. These are not meant to be fully immersive concert-going experiences. The goal is to have conversations with friends new and old.
Virtual Live @the Levee is a WINONArts program through the Parks and Recreation Department of the city of Winona. More information can be obtained at cityofwinona.com, the WINONArts Facebook page, or by contacting Lee Gundersheimer, Arts and Culture Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.