Park Coffee House

Winter 2018

The talented local and regional performers represent a rich variety of acoustic music, which has been the 
hallmark of Park Coffee House:



   Park Coffee House in Holland Patent kicks off its Winter-Spring concerts of the current season with Cincinnati Creek on Saturday, January 13. Doors open at 7:00 PM for the 7:30 PM show. Admission is $12.00,. $5.00 for students, and no charge for children 12 and under.
Cincinnati Creek takes its name from a stream that flows in northern Oneida County. Seasoned musicians Lori Thompson, Chris Pepe, and Gary Dygert performed with Stump Hollow for years, and formed their own group in 2008, joined by Cathy Martin. Cincinnati Creek plays a variety of acoustic music from bluegrass, to pop, to originals by Lori. They feature songs about life, love, and local folklore, performed with harmonies, upbeat rhythms, and generous doses of fun.
Lori Thompson learned how to play instruments and sing from her family, and performed with the family band for years. She plays mandolin, guitar, and sings both lead and vocal harmony for Cincinnati Creek. Lori’s song writing talents are widely recognized. Her compositions reflect themes from family, friends, and history.
         Chris Pepe started playing instruments in high school, and took up the banjo in 1992 after being inspired at a local bluegrass event. His fancy picking, good humor, and harmony singing on a few tunes are great additions to the group.
         Like Lori, Gary Dygert’s musical roots go deep, being the son and grandson of string instrumentalists. He plays the guitar, dobro, and mandolin, plus sings both lead and vocal harmonies. Gary’s role as Cincinnati Creek musicologist brings many interesting tunes to the group’s repertoire.
         Multi-talented Cathy Martin learned to play several instruments at a young age, including the piano. She plays the stand-up bass and adds vocal harmonies to Cincinnati Creek. Cathy has also performed with the Generations Community Choir, and was a solo vocalist at the December 2017 choral concerts.
          Refreshments will be available for a donation before the performance and during intermission. The homemade desserts and coffee house beverages are prepared and served by Park Coffee House volunteers. Proceeds benefit the local food pantry of Foothills Rural Community Ministry, the parent organization of PCH.
          Park Coffee House is located at the historic Twin Churches, just off Main Street (NYS Route 365), across from the park, in the village of Holland Patent.
          The current PCH season continues with John Kirk and Trish Miller on February 10, followed by Rattlin Bog on March 17. Marc Berger and Rich DiPaolo perform on March 31, The Cadleys on April 4, Jamcrackers on May 12, and Local Favorites on June 9.
           Information on Park Coffee House can be found at Facebook.com/parkcoffeehouse


 
The schedule for the Winter concerts season:

Park Coffee House in Holland Patent has released its schedule for the Winter-Spring Concerts of the current season! 
The talented performers, local and regional musicians, continue the long tradition of acoustic music at Park Coffee House.

January 13 Cincinnati Creek
February 10 John Kirk and Trish Miller
March 17 The Rattlin Bog
March 31 Marc Berger with Rich Dipaolo
April 14 The Cadleys 
May 12 Jamcrackers with Dan Berggren, Peggy Lynn, Dan Duggan
June 9 Local Favorites
All concerts start at 7:30 PM, and admission is charged. Before the performance and during intermission, homemade desserts are available for a donation. Proceeds from the refreshments benefit the local food pantry operated by non-denominational charity Foothills Rural Community Ministry, the parent organization of Park Coffee House.
Park Coffee House is located at the historic Twin Churches in the village of Holland Patent, just off Main Street (NYS Route 365), across from the park.
Information on Park Coffee House events can be found at Facebook.com/parkcoffeehouse

                                                                                                    

Note Time:  All shows start at 7:30 PM.  Doors open at 7:00.


Follow Park Coffee House on www.facebook.com/parkcoffeehouse


Homemade desserts, coffee, tea, cocoa, and cider will be prepared and served by Park Coffee House volunteers and are available for a donation before the performance and during the intermissionProceeds from donations for the refreshments help to support the local food pantry and other Foothills Rural Community Ministry programs. FRCM is a non-denominational charity and the parent organization of Park Coffee House.  

Proceeds support Foothills Rural Community Ministry programs.

Fairly Traded Equal Exchange coffee and teas are served here.

We always need kitchen volunteers.  Call the FRCM office 315-865-5854 if you would be willing to help out.  You would be working with experienced volunteers.

We are located in the Twin Churches at the corner of Route 365 and the village green in Holland Patent.

Gift Certificates for Park Coffee House performances are available.

Call 315-865-5854 for information about concerts, to update your address, or to be removed from our mailing list.









 

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