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First Huntington Folk Festival

Our first all day free festival in … HUNTINGTON’S HECKSCHER PARKThe Harry Chapin Rainbow Stage

Featured evening performer

BLUES MASTER

JOHN HAMMOND

with opening act at 8:00pm

RED HOT ACOUSTIC TRIO
RED MOLLY


Saturday, August 12th starting at 1:00pm

Afternoon schedule

Open folk jam 1:00pm thru 5:30pm

Children’s music on main stage starts at 1:00pm thru 2:45pm

  • 1:00pm – Janice Buckner
  • 1:35pm – Mike Soloway
  • 2:10pm – Paul Helou
  • Children’s activities 2:45pm thru 5:30pm

    Co-ordinated by award-winning songwriter Pat Shih

    Live music continues on main stage 2:45pm thru 5:30pm

  • 2:45pm – Steve Chizmadia

  • 3:20pm – Judith Zweiman

  • 3:55pm – Jim Tepe

  • 4:30pm – Michelle Monte

  • 5:05pm – Martha Trachtenberg & Tom Griffith

  • Workshops start at 1:00pm

  • Folk Dancing – 2-3pm & 4-5pm by Annette Kirk & Larry Moser
  • Songwriting – 2-3pm by ISS (Island Songwriters Showcase)
  • Blues Harmonica – 3:15-4:15pm by Blues Society featuring

    Ken (the Rocket) Korb. First 100 participants get a free Harmonica
  • Supper break 5:30pm thru 8:00pm – there are many fine restaurants nearby in Huntington village

    … or …  come early and picnic on the lawn

    For more details call 631-425-2925, email info@fmshny.org,

    or visit     http://fmshny.org/fest.htm

    The Huntington Summer Arts Festival is presented by the Town of Huntington and produced by the Huntington Arts Council, Inc. www.huntingtonarts.org The Festival is made possible in part with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts. In Suffolk County the Decentralization Program is administered by the Huntington Arts Council, Inc., in partnership with the Suffolk Consortium of Arts Councils. Additional funding by Suffolk County under the auspices of the Office of Cultural Affairs, Steve Levy, County Executive. Avoid paper cuts and

    Help us save postage !

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    please advise to info@fmshny.org

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    One Response

    1. I am leading a group of members from LI HOG to the concert on Saturday and will be arriving around 4:30 with about 15 or more motorcycles.

      Is there parking along Prime or would you recommend us using the Town Hall parking lot?

      Looking forward to the show.

      Jim

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