Park Coffee House

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


 It’s time for Wildflower at Park Coffee House in Holland Patent. The trio of Vicky Stockton Allen, Gail Brett, and Breena Branham are set to perform on Saturday, 
May 18 at 7:30 PM. The doors open at 7:00 PM.
     Wildflower has been charming Park Coffee House audiences since its earliest years. Vicky, Gail, and Breena entertain with well-crafted harmonies, sing-a-longs, and humor. The talented Wildflower ladies also play their own accompaniment, sometimes on novel instruments.
     Vicky, Gail, and Breena formed their group in 1985, performing in March of that year at Park Coffee House. They came together from their common volunteer work in theater involving deaf and hearing students at the Rome Art and Community Center. Gail is a retired teacher of the deaf and taught with Vicky for many years at the New York State School for the Deaf in Rome, where Vicky still teaches music and performing arts. Vicky and Gail are originally from New Jersey, hailing respectively from Lindhurst and Watchung. Breena is a music teacher of voice and piano, and now resides in her home state of Virginia. They still manage to see each other from time to time and continue to enthrall audiences with new and old songs in their signature beautiful harmony.
     Vicky fronts the group with quick and zany wit, playing piano and guitar plus any instrument that exists, with Gail and Breena adding percussion or bass. While the three often switch vocal parts, Gail’s clear and crisp voice is usually on lead, with Vicky on the low harmony, and Breena on a lilting high. The close friendship and humor of Wildflower sway audiences to a fun filled evening of song. You can expect to laugh, sing, and enjoy a wide range of music.
       Admission is $12.00, $5.00 for students, and no charge for children 12 years of age and under.
      Before the concert and during the intermission, home made desserts, coffee, teas, cider, and cocoa will be available for a donation. Proceeds help support the programs of Foothills Rural Community Ministry, a local non-denominational charity and the parent organization of Park Coffee House.
      Park Coffee House events are presented at the historic Twin Churches in the village of Holland Patent, across from the park, just off Main Street (NYS Route 365).
      On June 8, Park Coffee House will close the current season with a Local Favorites Fundraiser concert.
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Mark your calendars now for the 2019 Winter-Spring Park Coffee House season. A variety of live, acoustic music performed by outstanding local and regional groups will be presented:
    May 18                 Wildflower
    June 8                   Local Favorites Fundraiser


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

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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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May 11, 2010, 8:11 AM
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