Fish Creek, Wis. (July 5, 2022) – Join us at Noble Square for a Native American Flute music performed by Vibhas Kendzia on Wednesday, July 13th at 2:00pm.
Vibhas joins us from the mystic mountains of Sedona, Arizona, to bring exciting melodies from Native American Indian culture which he merged with his classical training and Southwestern Rhythms. He has spent over 20 years studying Native American Tribes and their music, mastering the Native American flute, and creating his original sound and style. Songs will focus inward and open your eyes and soul to the beauty surrounding you. Spend time in the beauty of a shaded park and listen to the soothing sounds of Native American Flute music inspired by Southwestern Melodies of Apache, Hopi, Navajo, and inspired by our Wisconsin tribes like the Chippewa/Ojibwe, Ottawa, Potawatomi, Menominee and nowadays Oneida.
Vibhas performs and teaches the Native American Flute nationwide and is working at the moment on his educational Book “How to play the Native American Flute,” integrating his wide traditional repertoire and original songs.
Vibhas and Gibraltar Historical Association invites you to relax and listen to Native American music and hear about his journey and road ahead. Gibraltar Historical Association mission to provide cultural and educational programs to share with our community and visitors. This event is sponsored by On Deck Clothing Company.
In case of rain, come to Gibraltar’s Old Town Hall at 4167 Maple Street.
Gibraltar Historical Association offers a free Audio Tour. Take a leisurely walk of downtown Fish Creek and listen to the beginnings of our small town. Pick up a rack card at Fish Creek’s Visitor Center or the front porch of the Alexander Noble House for a simple rack card guiding you along the way. Simply dial 920-365-3711 and enter the tile number followed by the # sign. It’s easy and available 12 months a year, 7 days a week and 24 hours a day. Sponsored by Door County Medical.
We also invite you to come and visit the Alexander Noble House Museum featuring “A House in Mourning,” Tuesdays-Sundays from 10-3 with a small admission of $5.00.
Gibraltar Historical Association preserving the past one day at a time.