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Early Technology Day at the Iroquois Museum

Written By Editor on 10/5/21 | 10/5/21

The Iroquois Museum announces its last 2021 event, “Early Technology Day, on Saturday, October 16 from 10 to 4.  Visitors can watch and participate in the process of flint knapping (the ancient art of making chipped stone tools), fire making, cordage making, atlatl spear throwing and early archery.  There will be displays of projectile points, tools, and local archaeological finds from the Museum’s archaeology department.  Think you've found an artifact? Please bring it with you and the Museum’s experts will be glad to try to identify it for you.

Starting November 1st, the Iroquois Museum is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday-Saturday and from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday. For more information about the Museum visit


The Iroquois Indian Museum is an independent nonprofit cultural museum founded in Schoharie County, NY in 1981. It houses the largest collection of contemporary Iroquois art in the world and offers a window into Iroquois culture and history through archaeology, visual arts, and performing arts. The 7,300 square-foot facility inspired by the traditional Iroquois longhouse presents changing and permanent exhibits, the Children’s Museum, and the Museum Shop, which features hand-crafted Iroquois art, silver, and leatherwork. The museum is surrounded by a 45-acre Nature Park, two 19th-century log houses formerly on the Six Nations Reserve, and a 500-seat outdoor covered amphitheater.

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Researcher and Author, Scott Weidensaul returns for Special Audubon Presentation

Twenty-five Years of Late Nights and Wee Owls

Join DOAS on Friday, October 15, 2021 at 7:30pm for this special Keynote Presentation as part of our 54th Charter Anniversary Celebration!

For the past quarter-century, researcher and author Scott Weidensaul has overseen a major project to understand the migration of northern saw-whet owls in the central Appalachians, using a variety of techniques — banding, geolocators, radio telemetry, even radar and infrared cameras — to study their movements. After banding more than 12,000 owls, he and his colleagues have peeled back much of the mystery around this smallest of Eastern owls, but many questions still remain — and they’re not going to get a good night’s sleep in the fall any time soon.

This online program (via Zoom) is part of the DOAS 2021 Charter Celebration and is scheduled to begin promptly at 7:30pm. Pre-registration is required using the form at

Perched Saw-whet Owl; Photo by Scott Weidensaul.

About the Presenter

Scott Weidensaul is the author of more than two dozen books on natural history, including the Pulitzer Prize finalist “Living on the Wind” and his latest, the New York Times bestseller “A World on the Wing.” Weidensaul is a contributing editor for Audubon, a columnist for Bird Watcher’s Digest and writes for a variety of other publications, including Living Bird. He is a Fellow of the American Ornithological Society and an active field researcher, studying saw-whet owl migration for more than two decades, as well as winter hummingbirds, bird migration in Alaska, and the winter movements of snowy owls through Project SNOWstorm, which he co-founded.

Scott Weidensaul banding a Saw-whet Owl; Photo by Howard Eskin.
FOR EVENT CALENDARS: Join DOAS on Friday, October 15, 2021 at 7:30pm for this special Keynote Presentation as part of our 54th Charter Anniversary Celebration!  'Twenty-five Years of Late Nights and Wee Owls' is a special program with Researcher and Author Scott Weidensaul which focuses on understanding the migration of northern saw-whet owls in the central Appalachians.  This online program (via Zoom) is scheduled to begin promptly at 7:30pm. Pre-registration is required at
The Delaware-Otsego Audubon Society (DOAS) offers programs year-round that are free and open to the public including member meeting programs, bird-watching field trips and special events.  DOAS operates the Franklin Mountain Hawkwatch, hiking trails  and a summer day camp program at the Audubon Sanctuary just south of Oneonta, NY.  

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Word Thursdays Online featuring featuring Jay Rogoff and JoEllen Kwiatek

Word Thursdays Online featuring Jay Rogoff and JoEllen Kwiatek will broadcast live on Zoom and Facebook Live at 7 pm on Thursday, October 14, 2021.

To attend the event on October 14, please click this link just before 7 PM: 

RSVP to the event on Facebook here.

Or visit the event on our website here.

Suggested donation is $3, and free to students. Donations to Bright Hill are gratefully accepted via Paypal with the email, with a credit card by visiting or by check, made out to Bright Hill Press Inc, and mailed to 94 Church Street, Treadwell, NY 13846, or by credit card by personal appointment by emailing

Virtual "donation jar:"

Jay Rogoff

Jay Rogoff (Saratoga Springs, NY) has published seven books of poetry, five with Louisiana State University Press. His new book, Loving in Truth: New and Selected Poems, draws on his previous six collections as well as offering forty-four new poems. Born in New York City, he has lived his adult life in upstate New York, teaching at Syracuse University, LeMoyne College, and Skidmore College. His awards include the Washington Prize for his first book, The Cutoff, the Robert Watson Award for his chapbook Twenty Danses Macabres, and a Pushcart Prize for his poem “Wear,” featured in Loving in Truth. His poems and criticism have appeared in many journals, and he serves as dance critic for The Hopkins Review. He lives in Saratoga Springs, New York.
JoEllen Kwiatek

JoEllen Kwiatek (West Valley, NY) is a poet and former Associate Professor in the English and Creative Writing Department at SUNY Oswego. Her first book, Eleven Days Before Spring, was published by HarperCollins. Her second book, Study for Necessity, won the University of Iowa’s Poetry Prize. Among Kwiatek’s awards are a Pushcart Prize and a Constance Saltonstall Grant. Her poems have appeared in such places as The Antioch Review, The Indiana Review, and The American Poetry Review, where in 2000 she was the featured poet, appearing on its cover. Kwiatek has a Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing from Syracuse University, and a Masters from The Writing Seminars at Johns Hopkins

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Tony Award Winner and Grammy Nominee, Lena Hall, Performs in Virtual Program Recorded at Fenimore Art Museum

Fenimore Art Museum will premiere a rare behind-the-scenes look at "Radiant Baby," the acclaimed off-Broadway musical about the life and work of Keith Haring, to celebrate the final days of the museum’s popular exhibition Keith Haring: Radiant Vision. The event will be streamed on Friday, October 8 at 7:00 P.M. and will be freely accessible on both Facebook and YouTube. It will feature three musical performances by Lena Hall (Tony-winner, Grammy nominee, and original cast) and Debra Barsha (Composer/co-Lyricist), and will also include a discussion about the show's history and creative process featuring Stuart Ross (Book/Co-Lyricist) and Stephen Brackett (Director). The group will also discuss their personal connection with Keith Haring, how they became attached to the project, and how the musical speaks to Haring’s artwork. The entire program was recorded on October 3 in the exhibition gallery at Fenimore. Bios of all participating artists are attached below.


The exhibition Keith Haring: Radiant Vision is on view at Fenimore through October 11.






Lena Hall:

LENA HALL is a Tony Award winner and Grammy nominee who received widespread critical acclaim for her performance of the title role in the feature film Becks, (winner of the U.S. Fiction Award at the L.A. Film Festival) available nationwide. She stars as Miss Audrey in TNT and Netflix’s hit sci-fi drama Snowpiercer. Following her Tony-winning Broadway run in Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Lena toured North America with Josh Groban on his “Stages” tour, and portrayed the dual starring roles of both Hedwig and Yitzhak in Hedwig and the Angry Inch in Los Angeles and San Francisco. She originated the role of Nicola in the Tony-winning musical Kinky Boots, and has been seen on HBO’s “Girls,” Amazon Prime’s “Good Girls Revolt,” and can be heard voicing the fan-favorite role of Countess Coloratura on My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. Hall starred opposite Marisa Tomei in Lincoln Center Theatre’s “How To Transcend A Happy Marriage.” Lena’s two solo musical revues Sin & Salvation (at the legendary Cafe Carlyle) and The Villa Satori: Growing up Haight Ashbury both played sold out shows and received rave reviews. Lena's year-long musical passion project “Obsessed,” pays tribute to her greatest musical inspirations with 12 EP releases over the course of 2018 that are accompanied by 54 music videos via YouTube and a live concert tour. For more about Lena Hall and where to see her live, follow her on social media @lenarockerhall or visit her website


Debra Barsha:

DEBRA BARSHA won the Jonathan Larson Performing Arts Award for the music to Radiant Baby, (Public Theater) directed by George C. Wolfe. Barsha wrote A Taste of Things To Come (with Hollye Levin), which ran at the Bucks County Theatre, Broadway Playhouse (Chicago) and off-Broadway at The York Theatre (dir. Lorin Latarro) and is published by Concord Theatricals. She was a composer for the song cycle Songs From an Unmade Bed (NYTW), Sophie (JRT), NBC’s Policewoman Centerfold soundtrack, and wrote book, music and lyrics for her one-woman shows Go to Your Womb and A Womb With a View (CAP21/Cherry Lane Theatre). Her holiday musical (co-written with Tim Sulka) The Most Miserable Christmas Tree got its world premiere in New York. Debra’s musicals (co-written with Sheilah Rae) include Every Other Thursday and Our Very Best People (both adapted from Edna Ferber short stories). The first was performed at NJ Rep in an evening called Five By Ferber (published by Smith and Krauss). Barsha and Rae also wrote the 15-minute musical From This Moment. Upcoming Barsha and Rae: The Helena Project (NAMT writer’s recipient grant). Her songs have been recorded by Rebecca Luker, George Clinton and Mary Balin among others. She sang on Prince’s 1-800 New Funk, George Clinton’s R&B Skeletons in the Closet and Thomas Dolby’s May The Cube Be With You. Barsha originated roles and was the music director for the original Off-Broadway companies of both Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding and Charles Busch’s Swingtime Canteen. She also served as music director for the Steven Sater/Serj Tankian world premiere of Prometheus Bound (ART - dir. Diane Paulus). She conducted Karen O’s opera Stop the Virgens! at St. Ann’s Warehouse and at the Sydney Opera House. Barsha wrote the vocal arrangement for the Yeah Yeah Yeah’s single Sacrilege (conducted live on Letterman with Broadway Inspirational Voices) and Awolnation’s single I Am (conducted on Late Night with Seth Meyers). She arranged vocals for Orange Is the New Black star Lea DeLaria's David Bowie tribute album House of David. She is one of the playwrights of the live-streamed Period Piece (dir. Karen Carpenter). Her song We’re Still Here (a tribute to our healthcare workers) can be viewed on Barsha’s YouTube channel, performed by her. Barsha was the Associate Conductor for Broadway’s Jersey Boys and Summer: The Donna Summer Musical. She is currently the pianist for Tina: The Tina Turner Musical.


Stephen Brackett:

Broadway Credits: The Lightning Thief and Be More Chill. Off-Broadway: A Strange Loop (Playwrights Horizons/Page 73, Obie and Drama Desk Awards), Be More Chill (Signature/Two River/London’s Other Palace & Shaftsbury Theater), The Lightning Thief (Theaterworks USA/National Tour), Buyer & Cellar (Rattlestick/Barrow Street/National Tour/Menier Chocolate Factory), The Mad Ones (Prospect Theater), Ultimate Beauty Bible (Page 73), Carnival Kids (Lesser America), After (Partial Comfort), Be A Good Little Widow (Ars Nova), and The Tenant (Woodshed Collective). Regional: Fall Springs (Barrington Stage), Significant Other (Geffen Playhouse), I Now Pronounce (Humana Festival), Le Switch (About Face), The Great Pretender (TheatreWorks). Upcoming: A Strange Loop (Wooly Mammoth), A.D. 16 (Olney Theater), and To My Girls (Second Stage).


Stuart Ross:

STUART ROSS has spent most of his four decades in the theatre creating, adapting and directing new shows. Mr. Ross is the book writer and co-lyricist of RADIANT BABY - The Keith Haring musical, which was performed to acclaim at NYC's Public Theatre (Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle and Lucille Lortel nominations for Best Musical) and in Tokyo. He is currently working on the script and lyrics (with Debra Barsha) for the New production of RADIANT BABY (Two River Theater). Mr. Ross is probably best known as the writer and director of the long running musical phenomenon FOREVER PLAID which ran in NYC for over 2000 performances. Mr. Ross also created the Holiday sequel PLAID TIDINGS, plus THE SOUND OF PLAID, FOREVER PLAID: THE MOVIE; and for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids, a sixteen-player version of FOREVER PLAID (4 SQUARED). Mr. Ross directed the show across the US and internationally, and this past summer adapted the show for the Pandemic audience. Plaid-Demic Plaid! Other work as director, adaptor include acclaimed productions of ENTER LAUGHING, THE MUSICAL at NYC's York Theatre (Drama Desk and Lucille Lortel nominations), the Bay Street Theatre, Los Angeles's Mark Taper Forum and the Wallis Annenberg Performing Arts Center. Working with Phyllis Newman, Mr. Ross adapted and directed the first revival of the musical SUBWAYS ARE FOR SLEEPING for NYC’s York Theatre. Mr. Ross is also currently adapting the film BATHTUBS OVER BROADWAY for the NYC cabaret scene, THE SECRET LIFE OF THE AMERICAN MUSICAL by Jack Viertel for the stage and THE ALICE B. TOKLAS COOKBOOK. On Broadway, Mr. Ross co-wrote the book to the musical STARMITES (6 Tony nominations), as well as THE RADIO CITY MUSIC HALL EASTER SHOW. Off-Broadway he adapted and directed IT’S A BIRD, IT’S A PLANE, IT’S SUPERMAN!; MINNIE’S BOYS, SILK STOCKINGS, COMPOSE YOURSELF and BAJOUR (YORK THEATRE). Mr. Ross has written and created hundreds of sketches, parodies, endless segments of special material and one-person shows for wonderful performers. These include Diahann Carroll (THE SWEETEST SOUNDS and BOTH SIDES NOW), Jason Alexander, Mary Martin (MY HEART BELONGS) and Faith Prince (A LEAP OF FAITH) among others. He also wrote THE HEEBIE JEEBIES, NOT-SO-NEW FACES, TEA WITH BEA (The Beatrice Lillie Show), FUN WITH DICK AND JANE: THE MUSICAL and was the creative consultant on DIAMONDS (directed by Harold Prince) and OLD JEWS TELLING JOKES. Other credits include STANDING ON CEREMONY: THE GAY MARRIAGE PLAYS off-Broadway and in LA (Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award as producer), Gilbert and Sullivan's THE GONDOLIERS presented in workshop for the Roundabout Theatre Company, WILD TRAX, a new musical based on the voice over industry, NASTY LITTLE SECRETS by Lanie Robertson, CREEPS, THE LUNCH GIRLS, DEAR LOVE OF COMRADES. In Los Angeles, Mr. Ross directed Reprise’s inaugural production of PROMISES, PROMISES (Jason Alexander, Jean Smart, Fred Willard and Allan Thicke), followed by the Reprise production of BRIGADOON (Marin Mazzie, Jason Daniely, Deb Gibson and Orson Bean); IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE for Pasadena Playhouse (Alfred Molina, Michael Richards, Tony Shaloub, Sharon Lawrence, Orson Bean) and Michael Cristofer’s BREAKING UP (Allison Janney and Matthew Modine). Mr. Ross has worked at some of the country's most prestigious theatres, including Manhattan Theatre Club, San Diego's Old Globe Theatre, Primary Stages, The Alley Theatre, Pasadena Playhouse, Goodspeed Opera House, Cleveland Playhouse, Cincinnati Playhouse, Alliance Theatre, The Walnut Street Theatre. For television, Mr. Ross directed sitcoms, including episodes of FRASIER and VERONICA'S CLOSET. He directed and created special material for the PBS GREAT PERFORMANCES "AN EVENING AT THE POPS" starring Jason Alexander. Mr. Ross has served in over a dozen shows on Broadway and off as a "Show Doctor” and consultant. For ten seasons he worked as a director, dramaturg and writer at the EUGENE O'NEILL THEATRE CENTER'S NATIONAL MUSIC THEATRE CONFERENCE, and for nine years was a panelist for the ASCAP/DISNEY Musical Workshop. He is a recipient of the LOS ANGELES CRITICS CIRCLE AWARD, JOSEPH JEFFERSON AWARD, the NBC NEW PLAYWRIGHTS GRANT, and THE UNITED STATES STATE DEPARTMENT GRANT FOR CULTURAL EXCHANGE.


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Fenimore Art Museum Presents Two Arthur Virtual Programs

Fenimore Art Museum presents two virtual programs, focusing on the exhibition Believe in Yourself: What we Learned from Arthur and also the creator of Arthur, Marc Brown. Register for both programs at Information on each program below.




Believe in Yourself: What We Learned From Arthur - A Virtual Family Tour via Zoom 

Saturdays • Oct 16, 30; Nov 13, 27; Dec 11 • 10:30 a.m.

Tours are provided free of charge with a suggested donation of $10

Reserve a spot at


Get the family together in front of the computer to see original illustrations spanning the career of beloved children’s book author and illustrator Marc Brown–creator of the bestselling Arthur Adventure Book series which developed into the popular PBS television series Arthur. The virtual program offers five opportunities to join in on the fun: October 16, 30; November 13, 27; and December 11, all starting at 10:30am. Tours are provided free of charge with a suggested donation of $10. Reserve a spot at

The exhibition, Believe in Yourself: What We Learned from Arthur, will delight young visitors with an inside look at Marc Brown’s artwork and stories. It includes many of Brown’s pencil, pen-and-ink, and watercolor illustrations featuring many of the ever-popular characters he has created. Find all your favorite Arthur characters including D.W., Francine, Buster, Mr. Ratburn, and more!

This special Zoom program features live interaction with a museum educator as they lead you through a virtual tour of the exhibition, stopping at a wide variety of artworks and including video clips from an exclusive interview with Marc Brown himself. Learn about the artist's storyboard process, how he came up with characters in the Arthur series, and even some of his favorite music that he listens to while drawing! Each Zoom tour concludes with a special drawing activity for children and adults alike.

This program requires an internet connection and Zoom software. A link to the Zoom session will be emailed to all registrants the day before the program to the address used to register for the program.

The exhibition, Believe in Yourself: What we Learned from Arthur is sponsored in part by Nellie and Robert Gipson, WCNY, and WMHT.




A LIVE Storytime and Q&A via Zoom featuring author and illustrator Marc Brown - Creator of Arthur

Saturday, October 23 • 10:30 a.m.

Program is free of charge with a suggested donation of $15

Reserve a spot at


Join us via Zoom for this one-time only, special LIVE event featuring the creator of the well-known children’s character Arthur–author and illustrator Marc Brown. In celebration of the current exhibition, Believe in Yourself: What We Learned From Arthur, Brown will discuss his popular character, read from one of his books, and answer audience questions. This live program takes place Saturday, October 23 at 10:30 a.m.

The program is provided free of charge with a suggested donation of $15 per household. Donations allow Fenimore Art Museum to continue offering programs such as this in the future.

This program requires an internet connection and Zoom software. A link to the Zoom session will be emailed to all registrants the day before the program to the address used to register for the program.

The exhibition, Believe in Yourself: What we Learned from Arthur is sponsored in part by Nellie and Robert Gipson, WCNY, and WMHT.

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Book Sale at Landis Oct 9th

Written By Editor on 10/4/21 | 10/4/21

It doesn't look like much from the outside, but the inside is stuffed with a trove of great reads - everything from books on gardening and nature topics to novels and biographies. We're lucky that our community thinks of us when it's time to thin their bookshelves, and that they are discerning readers who take good care of their books. The result is a wonderful selection.

We've often been asked about opening the Book Room when we are not having a plant sale, so we've gathered some of our intrepid volunteers who will open the door for the last time this year on October 9. Sales are by donation, with cash or checks accepted.

We hope to see you there, finding that next great book (or books ...)
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Cornell Cooperative Extension Water and Climate Tour Schedule Oct 4-5

Food, Water and Climate - Farm Tour

October 4 - 5, 2021


Our COVID protocol is for everyone to wear a mask while on the bus, or inside a building when not eating or drinking

DAY 1 Monday, October 4

12:00 Hamden Inn  35769 NY-10, Hamden, NY

Farm to Table, buffet luncheon - prepared by Hamden Inn

12:30 Presentation at the Hamden Inn from the Watershed Agricultural Council (WAC)

Brian LaTourette, (WAC) Program Operations Coordinator

Heather Magnan, (WAC) Communications Director

In coordination with the NYC Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), the WAC oversees implementation of best management practices on farms throughout the NYC Watershed to protect water quality in the largest unfiltered municipal watershed in the world. Officials, scientists, and municipal agencies from around the world, come to learn from the work being done here by the WAC. 

1:15 The 607 CSA at Lucky Dog Farm 35786 NY-10, Hamden, NY 

Tianna Kennedy manages The 607 CSA which works with 42 local farms to help them transport and market farm products regionally and in NYC. Deleted last sentence

2:00 Visit the farm, Lucky Dog Organic LLC - Richard Giles, Kalan Joslin

Lucky Dog Organic is a well-established organic farm in Delaware County, selling produce at local markets and serving customers in NYC at farmers’ markets and through The 607 CSA.  Richard serves on the board of the Watershed Agricultural Council. 

3:00 Leave for hotel

Attendees continuing on the tour will drive themselves to the Comfort Inn, 4470 State Hwy 28, Milford, NY. 

4:00 Check-in

5:00     Chartered bus will pick-up tour attendees at the parking lot of the Comfort Inn and transport them to Cooperstown

5:15 Cooperstown Distillery – owner Gene Marra will host the legislators for tastings of spirits distilled from crops grown in New York State 

6:30 Dinner in Cooperstown at Mel’s at 22 22 Chestnut St., Cooperstown

Guest speaker - Richard Ball, Commissioner, New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets

Remarks from Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo

After dinner - bus return trip to Comfort Inn

Food, Water and Climate - Farm Tour

October 4 - 5, 2021


DAY 2 Tuesday October 5, 2021

8:15 Tour bus will pick attendees at the hotel parking lot. 

8:30 Depart for tour

9:00 Chicory Creek Farm 2272 NY-205, Mt. Vision, NY

Ean and Kate Mitchel have been operating this certified organic farm for 6 years. They primarily grow fall vegetable crops, and raise chickens and pigs. They have a small on-farm market and sell to restaurants, stores, food pantries and the 607 CSA. 

9:45 Depart for Brick House Rd. Farm

10:30 Brick House Rd. Farm    139 Brick House Rd., Richfield Springs, NY

Pasture feed beef operation run by Steve and Barbara Purcell.  The farm has utilized several programs through the Soil and Water Conservation District to protect water quality and implement productive rotational grazing.

11:15 Depart for Middlefield Orchard 

11:45 Middlefield Orchard 2274 NY-166, Cooperstown, NY

Willy Bruneau owns this 130-acre fruit and vegetable farm which includes a corn maze, pick-your-own apples, and a farm market. They also produce fresh baked bread, specialty jams, cider doughnuts and other products.

Tour includes a wagon ride through the orchard. 

12:30 Lunch – Farm to Table box lunch prepared by Magic Kitchen 

1:30 Return to hotel

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Double Fatal Accident in Windham

On October 3, 2021, state police from the Catskill barracks responded to a two-vehicle crash on State Route 23 in the town Windham. Initial investigation revealed that a 1998 Mercedes Benz, operated by Cameron Marron, age 36 from the town of Durham was traveling west on State Route 23 when he crossed over into the eastbound lane and struck a 2013 Nissan Titan pick-up truck that was traveling east. Cameron Marron and his passenger Nancy Marron, age 63 were both pronounced deceased at the scene. The operator of the pick-up, Shawn Smith, age 34 from the town of Ashland, was transported to Albany Medical Center via medivac. He is currently listed in stable condition with injuries to his right leg. The cause of the collision is under investigation.

State police were assisted by Hensonville and Windham fire departments.

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Live at Landis Oct 8th: Menza Madison Band

Written By Editor on 10/2/21 | 10/2/21

Live at Landis Full Moon Music Series Presents:

Friday, October 8, 7:00 - 10:00 PM.

They are on a mission. Keeping' the flame lit. Resurrecting the music of the new who brought the Blues and roots of Rock 'n' Roll to the world, they intend to keep the heartbeat going strong and bring the music back to the people. Their original music is reminiscent of that golden era in Rock 'n' Roll history and is about one thing and one thing only ... Soul. Click here to sample their tunes.

Location: The Meeting House
Members and non-members: $10. Kids 12 and under free!

This project is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Kathy C. Hochul and the New York State Legislature and administered in Schoharie County by the Greene County Council on the Arts dba CREATE Council for Resources to Enrich the Arts, Technology & Education.

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