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:

The schedule for the Winter-Spring concerts of the current season

January 14 Nick Piccininni and Joe Davoli
January 28 Cincinnati Creek
These seasoned musicians entertain with an acoustic mix of bluegrass, gospel, pop tunes, and original compositions. Cincinnati Creek members Lori Thompson, Gary Dygert, and Chris Pepe performed with Stump Hollow for many years. To carry on their great tradition of bluegrass, they formed their group in 2008, joined by Cathy Martin.
Cincinnati Creek showcases songs about life, love, and local lore with 3 and 4 part harmonies, upbeat rhythms, and generous doses of fun. This warm and lively group is always popular with Park Coffee House audiences.

February 11
 Dean Stevens
March 18 Rattlin’ Bog
Rattlin’ Bog is probably best known for their rousing Irish repertoire – from whence came their trademark name. 
This Central New York based music group has been performing at festivals, concerts, coffee houses, and parties since the mid 1980's. Founding members Rick Kincaid and Joe Rowlands are now joined by Bill Fahy on mandolin and guitar, Amanda Straney on violin, and Shawn DePalma on bass.
Rattlin’ Bog employs various approaches to entertain and delight their audiences with rich instrumentation and vocal harmonies. Tunes of Celtic origin are their primary inspiration, but they mix their sets with a cappella sea shanties, traditional Appalachian folk, old time gospel, story songs, and plenty of irreverent humor.
Admission is $12.00, $5.00 for students, and no charge for children 12 and under. 
Show starts at 7:30 PM.  Doors open at 7:00

April 8 Wildflower

May 13 Jamcrackers with Dan Berggren, Peggy Lynn, and Dan Duggan

June 10   60's-70's folk theme Local Favorites


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 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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