THE GARAGE Carol Sing

Dec 11 8 PM WE BRING // music sheets and hot chocolate YOU BRING // warm clothes and instruments 1st Street, across from Lee Park

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Amanda Wagstaff and Kat Hall

Dec 4 5 PM7 PM Amanda Wagstaff // Meaning: You have to sneak up on the truth/on the real. And then, you can only communicate it indirectly. I am gradually learning to speak a visual language with materials, with processes, and with

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First Fridays Art Opening // Ken Horne

Nov 6 5 PM7 PM  

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Mark Mandeville and Raianne Richards

Oct 20 8 PM “The best part of their performance is the undeniable chemistry Mark and Raianne have together; they play with a comfortability and trust that can only come with years of partnership. They allow enough space in their

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Rachel Ries w/ Nettles

Oct 4 8 PM Daughter of Mennonite missionaries, Rachel Ries hails from the inspiring, vast expanses of South Dakota, by way of Zaire. Her formative years were filled with Congolese spirituals, Mennonite hymns, Suzuki violin and The Carpenters. Currently splitting

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First Fridays Art Opening // Allie Kelley

Oct 2 8 PM

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Charlie King w/ Sam Cregger

Sep 29 8 PM Path of the Moon by Charlie King   Listening to Charlie’s music, however, has an entirely different feel to it.  It’s like an invitation home…or a slow exhale…or a friend you can be silent with.  Honest. 

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Dietrich Strausse

Sep 17 8 PM   May the mountains wake and the creek run dry may wolves take the valley, and beetles take the pines fill the gardens with stones and the wagons with laurels if everything I said today I

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Andrew Aylward and Ned Oldham

Sep 12 8 PM While staying in Bar Harbor, Maine, for an extended period of time, Aylward would take long walks by the water or through the forest, the likes of which helped inspire “Self Destruct.” “Being outside all the

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Anousheh w/ Way, Shape, or Form

Sep 10 8 PM Anousheh is known for her epic melodies, and the Grammy-nominated songwriter has captivated audiences both overseas and in her hometown of Richmond, Virginia. She started writing at her piano as a young girl, and found a

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First Friday Art Opening // Mike and Lisa Ryan

Sep 4 5 PM7 PM

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Devon Sproule

Sep 3 8 PM Devon Sproule   How does it feel to be carrying so much light? You can’t help it – you can’t help it that you’re so good. I don’t believe that he loves us all alike. You

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