PS January Coffeehouse : Fri. Jan. 3rd, 2014

December 8, 2013 at 7:02 pm Leave a comment

PS January Coffeehouse: Jan. 3rd, 2014

 

PeaceSmiths Topical, A-Typical, Folk Music,

Poetry, and Whatever Coffeehouse

PeaceSmiths January Coffeehouse Friday, Jan. 3rd, 2014 at 8pm

Deer-Spirit-Star, Singer Songwriter and Musical Artist

Pramila
 Venkateswaran- Poet Laureate of Suffolk County

Grand Folk Railroad, Singer Songwriters and Musicians

Open Mic: Maybe You?

What a fabulous line-up to start off the new year right! And, while Deer-Spirit-Star, Pramila and Grand Folk Railroad are the only scheduled performers, old PeaceSmithies know there are lots of surprises in store at the Open Mic after the show. We have had modern dance, satirical trios, and the recitation of eloquent manifestos. What can you share?

Held at:
The First United Methodist Church in Amityville

$7 suggested donation
  More if possible, less if necessary

Includes healthy, vegetarian munchies, feel free to bring your own snacks

More info or directions, see below, or leave a message at:
(631)798-0778 or http://www.peacesmiths.org

Directions and Performer Notes:

More extended notes:

PS January Coffeehouse: Fri. Jan. 3rd, 2014

PeaceSmiths Topical, A-Typical, Folk,

Poetry, and Whatever Coffeehouse

PeaceSmiths is held at the First United Methodist Church in Amityville. We call it “The last church on the left.”

Address: 25 Broadway Ave, Amityville, NY  (Broadway is actually the southernmost end of RT 110
 near Merrick Road/Montauk Highway.)

PeaceSmiths, Inc., community organizing for peace, justice, and the environment. Please bring literature to share about: Peace, Justice, Environment, Occupy, etc.

PeaceSmiths Coffeehouse happens the first Friday of the month, from October to June !

More about the performers:

Deer-Spirit-Star, Singer Songwriter extraordinaire

Pramila Venkateswaran, Poet Laureate of Suffolk County and Professor of English, Women’s Studies, and South Asian Literature at Nassau Community College. She has performed at a number of poetry conferences and festivals in the United States and overseas. Pramila has several books of poetry.

Grand Folk Railroad, Singer Songwriters and Musicians – Mike Christian, on lead guitar, bass, and drums; Susan Cohen, guitar, flute, banjo, and uke; Bill Resvanis, percussion; Frank Doris, lead guitar,bass, and melodica.

 

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PS December Coffee House Friday, Dec. 6th 2013 PEACESMITHS COFFEEHOUSE FOR JANUARY 3RD HAS BEEN CANCELED

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Calendar

Fri. Dec 1st
8pm
John Myles
and
Zack Reyes
plus
OPEN MIC

*
Fri. November 3rd

8pm / Jazz & more
Coincidence Machine
and
Jimi Durso & friends
and
Rudel Drears, jazz piano
plus
Open Mic!

***

Fri. October 6th
8pm
Bluegrass and Jazz!
PLUS
Open Time.

The PeaceSmiths Coffeehouse is the first Friday of the month, from October to June.

Public Access TV

PeaceSmiths Monthly Coffeehouse and Monthly Forum can sometimes be seen on Public Access TV on the Woodbury Cable system channel 20 on the following shows:

Church of Comedy

Harmony Rising

Banner Photo

The banner photo is PeaceSmiths friends and banner in Washington, D.C. for a peace march on January 27, 2007. Susan is waving on the left, above the "e". Photo copyright Merly Thinanyi of Thihanyi Photography in Valley Stream.


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