LI Concerts Summer 2009

Letter and listings from Richard de Bruin…

Dear Folk Music Fans,

The next Our Times Coffee House www.OurTimesCoffeehouse.org is on Friday September 15 with Gathering Time (Glen Roethel, Stuart Markus & Hillary Foxsong) www.gatheringtimetrio.com and LUCKY 13 (Marci Geller, Cathy Kreger & Susan DeVita) www.lucky13.fm Our Times Coffeehouse, Ethical Humanist Society, 38 Old Country Road, Garden City, NY 2 miles West of Meadow Brook Parkway, Past Franklin (Mineola Blvd), South (Left) Side next to water tower. About ¼ mi East of end of Old Country Rd (turns North & becomes Herricks Rd & goes under the railroad, Rockaway Ave goes South)

The next Song Box is Saturday September 26 with Return to the Dream (Martha Trachtenberg; Tom Griffith; Diane Garisto: & Andy Huenerberg) www.ReturntotheDream.com Reservations & Information SongBox@OptonLine.net Held in a recording studio at a private residence in Seaford, Long Island (South Shore Nassau County).

I have included some of the summer events.

Lots of other Towns, Villages, Cities and Libraries have summer concerts Ask yours! Tell them they should have more Folk Music!

Thank you for your support of Long Island Folk Music, the Artists, Our Times Coffeehouse, and The Song Box.

Yours truly,

Richard de Bruin

rdebruin@suffolk.lib.ny.us or RdeBruin@OptonLine.net

To receive or stop Song Box & LI Folk Music Email rdebruin@suffolk.lib.ny.us or rdebruin@optonline.net

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For information on other events (Copy links into Browser, if required, since some do not function) Many venues take the summer off)

Fordham U WFUV 90.7FM www.WFUV.org

Stony Brook U WUSB 90.1FM www.WUSB.org www.WUSB.FM

WSHU 91.1FM or 91.3FM + others www.WSHU.org

WPKN 89.5FM www.WPKN.org

Gary’s LIConcertNotes@optonline.net frequent and quite inclusive LI Listings! If you do not receive Long Island Concert Notes you should send your Email address to Gary.

Updated Listings & Info! Includes Lots of Long Island listings Mike & Glen’s www.AcousticMusicScene.com

Some LI listings + NYC + the region Acoustic Live www.AcousticLive.com

To receive or stop The Song Box & LI Folk Music Email RdeBruin@Suffolk.lib.ny.us

You should always check with the venue for changes, my mistakes and weather

Now Every Wed cts 8p Acoustic Long Island at Deepwells Mansion www.AcousticLongIsland.com Open Mike + July 22 Jen Kearney + July 29 Will Knox + August 5 Edie Carey + August 12 Jacqueline Stem + Aug 19 Christian Cuff + outdoor Summer Concert!

First Sat 7:30p First Saturday Concert, Folk Music Society of Huntington www.FMSHNY.org 631-425-2925 (usually w/ open mic) Congregational Church of Huntington, 30 Washington Dr, Centerport

+ outdoor Free Summer Concert/Festival Sat Aug 1 Peter Rowan w/ The Rowan Brothers (Chris & Lorin) Opening,

From 3-6pm  Open Jam/Song Swap (Bring your voices and acoustic instruments); Unplugged Showcases featuring artists from the metro area and beyond At AcousticMusicScene.com: 3pm Hank Stone & Todd Evans; 3:15pm Denise Romas; 3:30pm David Bailey; 3:45pm Susan Kane; 4pm Kelly Flint & Glen Roethel 4:30pm The YaYas; 4:45pm Princess Peapod; 5pm Barbara Garriel; 5:10pm Joe Iadanza, Jenee Halstead & Gathering Time. At AcousticLive! in NYC & Beyond : 3pm Cathy Kreger; 3:15pm Joe Iadanza; 3:30pm Susan Kane; 3:45pm David Goldman; 4:0pm0 Loretta Hagen; 4:15pm Katherine Pritchard; 4:30pm Su Polo; 4:45pm Rick Snyder; 5pm Paul Sachs; 5:15pm Meg Braun; 5:30pm Marci Geller; 5:45pm Mark Allen Berube. FREE festival in Huntington’s Heckscher Park

Bring your own picnic supper or walk/drive into Huntington Village and enjoy dinner at one of its many fine restaurants before returning to the park for the evening concert.

Afternoon entertainment & jams, FREE festival in Huntington’s Heckscher Park FMSH & the Huntington Arts Council, Heckscher Park, Huntington 8:30pm main concert + plus other ovents at the Festival (Church Collects Food)

Usually Sun afternoons 2p The University Café www.UniversityCafe.org Stony Brook Union Building, Stony Brook University 631-632-1093 Host Charlie Backfish, Sunday Street Radio 9-11:30am WUSB FM90.1 www.wusb.fm

Fri & Sat every weekend 8p Samantha’s Lil Bit Of Heaven 287 Larkfield Road, East Northport Check Christian music type, comedy  www.SamanthasLilBitofHeavenorg 631-262-1212

Huntington Arts Council www.HuntingtonArts.org 631-271-8423  & Town of Huntington + Annual Summer Arts Festival + Annual Long Island Fall Festival + other events with music

All performances are FREE and are held on the Chapin Rainbow Stage in Heckscher Park, East Main St, Huntington at 8:30pm (Except Tuesday Family Nights at 7:30pm) Bring Chair or blanket. Get there early for good seat! Park on street or in Huntington Town Hall Lot

+ Fri July 24  Inter-Media Arts Center (IMAC) Celebration Strunz & Farah Dynamic guitar duo Jorge Strunz and Ardeshir Farah, from Costa Rica and Iran respectively, fuse Latin American and Middle Eastern music, creating a unique form of “ethnojazz.” The exotic style they originated in 1979 is now widely followed, but they remain the undisputed masters of the form they created.  They have collaborated with artists like Ruben Blades and L. Subraminiam, and worked with Sting on the album The Living Sea: Soundtrack from the IMAX Film as session musicians.  Opening Act: Christopher Borger A special evening for IMAC with Christopher Borger and other special guest artists Borger, a 12-year-old Wantagh native, is the “Got Talent? Long Island” winner of the Huntington Arts Council’s competition. His powerful voice and performance will wow you the way it wowed the judges and audience this past spring.  He will be joined by Crystalyn Wynter for a duet. Crystalyn is a “Got Talent? Long Island” finalist.

+ Sat July 25 Paging Grace: An emotionally charged, crowd-pleasing foursome, this band has played to sold-out crowds at venues up and down the East Coast. These Long Islanders, voted Best Band in Long Island Press in both 2008 & 2009, will knock your socks off with their stage presence.

+ Sun July 26 Swingtime Big Band “Benny Goodman 100th Birthday Celebration!” Celebrate the joy of swing with these 20 consummate Big Band musicians. Come at 8 p.m. for 20 minutes of pre-show dance instruction provided by Fred Astaire Dance Studio of Huntington.

+ Tues July 28 Lou Gallo: Gallo’s newest CD, “I’m Home” focuses on what is important to him: home, family, and in his case an assortment of crazy pets he calls friends. This singer/guitarist/composer is a creative performer who plays to the crowd: often he will construct a song from ideas that children call out. People of all ages find themselves singing and dancing along with his charming voice and engaging songs. He is an original member of the Imagination Workshop Band, a performance group that grew out of the Children’s Museum of the Arts in Manhattan. Sponsored by Arrow Electronics (Tues Family Nights 7:30pm)

+ Wed July 29 Huntington Community Band “The Band Goes BANG!” Director Tom Gellert and the HCB for the final concert: Tchaikovsky’s “1812 Overture” accompanied by LIVE cannon and guest cannoneer, Jim McAward. Guest conductor Dr. Steven Schopp (NYSSMA Executive Director and HCB principal euphoniumist).

+ Thurs July 30 Doc Marshalls With influences ranging from traditionalists like Buck Owens and Johnny Cash to innovators like Gram Parsons and Dwight Yoakam, this Brooklyn-based band delivers an honest, unflinching honky tonk sound with a raucous set of Cajun and Zydeco thrown in for good measure. Wildly energetic roots music. Sponsored by Philips-Boyne

+ Fri July 31 Christine Ohlman: The current long-time vocalist with the Saturday Night Live Band,” this queen of blue-eyed rock n’ soul teased her hair into a beehive in honor of Ronnie Spector, picked up a guitar and forged a career as a songwriter in the process. She sang at SNL’s 25th Anniversary telecast, Bob Dylan’s 30th Anniversary bash at The Garden, and the Central Park Summerstage Tribute to Janis Joplin. Bossa Nova Beatniks, Opening Act: One of the most unique and original bands in New York, Bossa Nova Beatniks played CBGBs until it closed. Huntington resident and bandleader Tom Gould’s songwriting constantly re-invents the band, who put on an edgy, downtown, infectious live performance. Don’t miss this one!

+ Sat Aug 1 Peter Rowan: This skilled singer/songwriter and accomplished musician was a rhythm guitarist and lead singer with Bill Monroe and his Blue Grass Boys. Rowan is such a versatile musician that he has been in bands doing folk-rock as opening act for the Doors, recorded with Jerry Garcia, worked in a rock-fusion group whose records were produced by George Martin,and a Tex-Mex band with accordion player Flaco Jimenez. The Rowan Brothers, Opening Act: Chris & Lorin Rowan perform songs that are laced with tight harmonies, haunting melodies and underscored by crisp guitar, mandolin and steel guitar picking. The songs are based in rock & roll, but have an intricate interweaving of vocal harmonies and chords reminiscent of The Beatles. 8:30pm Check out the Folk Music Society of Huntington’s website www.FMSHNY.org for details on events occurring earlier in the day around the Heckscher Park Gazebo; bring your voice, instruments and friends! Co-presented with the Folk Music Society of Huntington

From 3-6pm  Open Jam/Song Swap (Bring your voices and acoustic instruments); Unplugged Showcases featuring artists from the metro area and beyond At AcousticMusicScene.com: 3pm Hank Stone & Todd Evans; 3:15pm Denise Romas; 3:30pm David Bailey; 3:45pm Susan Kane; 4pm Kelly Flint & Glen Roethel 4:30pm The YaYas; 4:45pm Princess Peapod; 5pm Barbara Garriel; 5:10pm Joe Iadanza, Jenee Halstead & Gathering Time. At AcousticLive! in NYC & Beyond : 3pm Cathy Kreger; 3:15pm Joe Iadanza; 3:30pm Susan Kane; 3:45pm David Goldman; 4:0pm0 Loretta Hagen; 4:15pm Katherine Pritchard; 4:30pm Su Polo; 4:45pm Rick Snyder; 5pm Paul Sachs; 5:15pm Meg Braun; 5:30pm Marci Geller; 5:45pm Mark Allen Berube. FREE festival in Huntington’s Heckscher Park

Bring your own picnic supper or walk/drive into Huntington Village and enjoy dinner at one of its many fine restaurants before returning to the park for the evening concert.

+ Sun Aug 2 North Shore Pops Concert Band: The North Shore Pops Concert Band will present an evening of beautiful music by George Gershwin and Cole Porter, and the jazz of Duke Ellington. Also featuring patriotic, Broadway and classical music.

+ Tues Aug 4: Zany Umbrella Circus “Stories of the Seasons:” Four short circus stories celebrate the change of the seasons, human growth, and the different way stories can be told throughout the world. It includes performances on the aerial fabric, trapeze, masks and puppetry. Zany Umbrella has performed at the Kennedy Center, the White House, at the National Storytellers Conference and many other venues. They have traveled to New Orleans, Jordan, Ethiopia and Afghanistan to bring circus, puppetry, music and storytelling to those who need it most. Sponsored by PennPAT/Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation & Arrow Electronics (Tues Family Nights 7:30pm)

+ Wed Aug 5 The Nassau Pops Symphony Orchestra: The Nassau Pops is pleased to perform an evening of classical overtures, light favorites and medleys from Broadway shows, with vocalists Jack and Ann Cassin. Sponsored by Daniel Gale

+ Thurs Aug 6 Heather Forest “Summer Stories!” A storyteller who weaves a spell with the magic of words. Her minstrel style of storytelling intertwines original music, poetry and the sung and spoken word.

End of Huntington Arts Council www.HuntingtonArts.org 631-271-8423 & Town of Huntington Annual Summer Arts Festival All performances are FREE and are held on the Chapin Rainbow Stage in Heckscher Park, East Main St, Huntington at 8:30pm . (Except Tuesday Family Nights at 7:30pm) Bring Chair or blanket. Get there early for good seat! Park on street or in Huntington Hall Lot

Mon Aug 31 Harry Chapin Tribute MC Stuart Markus 7pm Eisenhower Park, East Meadow Nassau County Parks Department www.nassaucountyny.gov/agencies/Parks Part of Eisenhower Park Lakeside Theatre Free Summer Entertainment Schedule, Evening Concerts Free, Noontime Concert require Leisure Pass for parking Bring canned food & money to donate for Island Harvest www.islandharvest.org & World Hunger Year www.nassaucountyny.gov/agencies/Parks/2009SummerSchedule.html

2009 Eisenhower Park Lakeside Theatre Free Summer Concert & Movie Schedule All Lakeside Theatre programs are free and begin at 7:30pm, unless otherwise indicated; movies begin at dusk. There is no formal seating at Lakeside Theatre, so concertgoers should bring chairs & blankets. If weather appears threatening, call 516-572-0355 after 7pm to confirm programs.  The Lakeside Theatre at Eisenhower Park is located near parking fields No. 6 and 6A. For more information, call Nassau County Parks at 516-572-0200 or the Special Events Line at 516-572-0223.  Noontime concerts require Nassau County Leisure Pass for parking

+ July 25 Seussical” by Cultural Arts Playhouse + July 26 Korean American Night + Wed July 29 Noontime Concert: Roadhouse + July 30 Movie: “The Wizard of Oz” + Fri July 31 The Passions: Tribute to Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons + Aug 1 Salute to Veterans (starts at 6:45 p.m.) + Aug 2 Chinese American Night + Aug 3 Irish American Night + Wed Aug 5 Noontime Concert: Night Fly + Aug 6 Movie Night: “Mamma Mia” + Sat Aug 8 Reach for the Stars Teen Talent Search Finals + Aug 9 Pakistani American Night + Wed Aug 12 Noontime Concert: Terry Nova Little Band + Aug 13 Movie Night “Back to the Future” + Fri Aug 14 “Afterburner”: U.S Air Force Rock Band + Aug 15 Fresh 102.7: “Fresh in the Park” + Aug 16 Armenian American Night + Aug 17 Ukranian American Night + Wed Aug 19 Noontime Concert: SixGun + Aug 20 Movie Night: “The Mummy” + Aug 21 Alive & Kickin’ + Aug 23 Indian American Night + Aug 24 Scandinavian American Night + Aug 27 Movie Night: “Iron Man” + Aug 28 Long Island Conservatory of Music + Aug 30 Israeli American Night

+ Mon Aug 31 Tribute to Harry Chapin The Great Folk-Rock Revival Show – in harmony! All of your favorate local and regional  performers

End 2009 Eisenhower Park Lakeside Theatre Free Summer Concert & Movie Schedule All Lakeside Theatre

To receive or stop The Song Box & LI Folk Music Email RdeBruin@Suffolk.lib.ny.us

Beginning on Tonight June 24th, 2009,

Special new Weekly Wed The Greater Port Jefferson-Northern Brookhaven Arts Council a new concert series, the Picnic Supper Harborside Park on the water next to the Port Jefferson Village Center, 101 East Broadway, Port Jefferson. FREE Concertgoers bring a picnic supper and their own blankets or lawn chairs. enjoying wonderful music and spectacular sunsets over Port Jefferson Harbor.. A delightful small playground is adjacent to the concert area, so parents can enjoy the music while amusing the little ones who cannot sit still. Soaring vocal harmonies, sing-a-long favorites of the Sixties, pre-War and ragtime jazz, rockabilly, country-flavored pop tunes, and delightful originals by these talented songwriters are all featured in this series.

Wed July 29 The Lone Sharks www.lonesharks.com

Wed Aug 5 Princess Peapod (Michele Frimmer & Dave Cook) www.princesspeapod.com

Wed Aug 12 James O’Malley www.jamesomalley.com

Wed Aug 19 Sunnyland Jazz Band www.sunnylandjazz.com

Wed Aug 26 Pat Wictor www.patwictor.com

All concerts begin at 6:30pm & end at 8pm. Rain dates is Wed Sept 2. Please contact GPJAC at 631.473.5220 or check our website for updates.

End The Greater Port Jefferson-Northern Brookhaven Arts Council’s concert series, the Picnic Supper Harborside Park

Northport Arts Coalition www.NorthportArts.org + various Fri Do-Ing Music Concert: 7:30pm Northport Library, 151 Laurel Ave. Northport + Every ? Fri Happenings On Main Street + Fri July 31 Princess Peapod (Michele Frimmer & Dave Cook) Happenings On Main Street 7pm (outdoors) Northport Harbor, Northport, NY 11768 Free

Fri July 24 Andrea Pryor de Manrique & Ingrid Gordon The Northport East Northport Public Library in Cooperation with The Northport Arts Coalition proudly presents: Do-Ing Music 7:30pm Northport Library 151 Laurel Ave. Come join us for an exhilarating and unique Latin percussion concert featuring . Credits among these dynamic performers include The Lion King on Broadway, and Casa de las Trova in Santiago de Cuba. This fantastic program will include Rumba Clave by Roberto Vizcaino (Cuba) and Clash Music by Nicolaus Huber (Germany) among others. Advance tickets are recommended. Meet the artists reception after the concert

Sat July 25 Saturday Art in the Park , Art in the Park, an annual outdoor festival presented by the Northport Arts Coalition features art, music and poetry from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Local acoustic artists performing 20-minute sets between 1 and 3:30 p.m. include Andrea Cetlin, Kenny Baum, Princess Peapod (Michele Frimmer & Dave Cook), banjo player Maria Fairchild, Denise Romas and Lora Kendall. Northport Village Park, at the foot of Main Street, near the harbor, in Northport. Free.  from 10 am – 5 pm. Join us for a fun day of fine arts and crafts, middle eastern dance, music, interactive art installation, and poetry readings… featuring our own Suffolk County Poet Laureate, Tammy Nuzzo-Morgan. Come and join the fun..bring your friends & family. A FREE arts event for all to enjoy!

+ Every Fri +  Special Sun Happenings on Main Street, Eleventh Year! Northport Village Park

* Fri July 24 Millers Crossing, Bluegrass

+ Fri July 31 Princess Peapod (Michele Frimmer & Dave Cook)

+ Fri Aug 7 TBA

+ Special Sun Aug 9 Latimer Experience Jazz Fest of Family & guest artists

+ Fri Aug 14 Nobody’s Fool Blues, Funk & Jazz

+ Fri Aug 21 Maureen Kammerer Blues & Jazz

+ Fri Aug 28 TBA

+ Fri Sept 4 Glen Baldwin & Freinds of Jazz A true Jazz Fest of Guest Artists

Produced by Susan & Richtberg, Artistic Directors Sandy & Steve Edwards Northport Food Pantry donations accepted at each event

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Wed Aug 5 Princess Peapod (Michele Frimmer & Dave Cook) 6:30 – 8pm Picnic Supper Concerts Harborside Park, (outdoors) Port Jefferson Village, near the harbor Free 631.473.5220  www.gpjac.org

Thurs July 23, Fri July 24, Sat July 25 & Sun July 28 Gathering Time (Glen Roethel, Stuart Markus and Hillary Foxsong) www.GatheringTimeTrio.com All Day + Many Others Falcon Ridge Folk Festival www.FalconRidgeFolk.com Hillsdale, NY

Fri. July 24 Blue Midnight Quartet Riverhead Concert 7pm see above Mandolin, banjo, string bass & guitar playing swing, jazz & a lot of Buddy’s original music. Rain location-Vail-Leavitt Music Hall

Sat. July 25 Buddy Merriam & Back Roads 2:30 – 5pm Bellport Bay Festival Bellport Dock, at the end of Bellport Lane, Bellport, NY www.bellport.com

Mon. July 27 Buddy Merriam & Back Roads, 7:30pm Mary Davies Green Plandome Rd, Manhasset, NY (across from North Hempstead Town Hall)516-327-3111 www.northhempstead.com

Sat Aug 8 & Sun Aug 9 The 29th Annual Paumanauke Pow Wow Babylon Citizens Council on the Arts, The Town of Babylon, and The Paumanauke Pow Wow Committee Rain or Shine Sat Aug 8 – 10am – 10pm Sun Aug 9 – 10am – 5pm Babylon Town Hall Park, 200 East Sunrise Highway, Lindenhurst, NY 11757 For Info 631.587.3696 babylonarts@optonline.net; BaCCA, Old Babylon Town Hall, 47 W. Main St., Babylon, NY

Sat Aug 15 The 6th? Annual Long Island Bluegrass Festival Josh Williams Band, Buddy Merriam & Back Roads, James Reams & the Barnstormers, Joyce Hartsfield, Caroline Doctorow, Yankee Rebels, Free Grass Union, Blue Detour, Maria Fairchild 12 Noon – 8pm Food Court; Workshop Tents. Family Oriented: Children’s Music Stage, Picnics Encouraged: Music by the Bay Babylon Citizens Council on the Arts and the Town of Babylon Rain or Shine Tanner Park, Kerrigan Rd, Copiague, NY 11726 For Info BaCCA, 631.587.3696 babylonarts@optonline.net Old Babylon Town Hall, 47 W. Main St., Babylon, NY 11702

Sat. Aug. 15 Buddy Merriam & Back Roads 7th? Annual Long Island Bluegrass Festival Tanner Park, Copiague, NY 12-8:30 PM Another great lineup including IBMA’s Guitar player of the year the Josh Williams Band, James Reams & the Barnstormers, Caroline Doctorow, Yankee Rebels, Free Grass Union, Blue Detour, Maria Fairchild & square dancing with Joyce Hartsfield with all-star band. As always Buddy Merriam & Back Roads. There will be workshops (Josh Williams-guitar, Clayton Campbell-fiddle, Jerry Oland– banjo & Buddy- mandolin), jamming, lots of children’s activities, food & vendors and lots more.  I hope you will join us for another great day of Bluegrass right here on Long Island! 631-587-3696 www.babylonarts.com

“Blue Grass Time” Buddy Merriam every Wed. night from 6-8 on WUSB 90.1FM or live www.WUSB.fm www.BackRoadsBluegrass.com www.myspace.com/BuddyMerriamBackRoads

To receive or stop The Song Box & LI Folk Music Email RdeBruin@Suffolk.lib.ny.us

The Islip Arts Council www.IslipArtsCouncil.org 631-224-5420  info@IslipArtsCouncil.org www.IslipArtsCouncil.org/music.html + Outdoor & indoor events

Islip Arts Council www.IslipArtsCouncil.org info@IslipArtsCouncil.org Free Concerts (631) 224-5420 

Islip Arts Council Free Concerts — Summer 2009 — Bayard Cutting Arboretum – Sundays 2pm Sponsored by the Islip Arts Council with support from Natural Heritage Trust, NYS Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, NYSCA, and Astoria Federal Savings (Parking Fee) Islip Arts Council Free Concerts The Sayville Common Ground Concert Series is held at The Common Ground at Rotary Park on Gillette Avenue in Sayville. This series is co-sponsored by the Islip Arts Council and the Town of Islip + Fri July 24 at 6:30pm (Friday Family Friendly Series): Darlene Graham: Darlene Graham started writing children’s songs with her husband Chris after the birth of their second child. Join Darlene in this Family Friendly concert of dance-rock for kids! Once you feel the pop-country rhythms and the Celtic-rock beats, your whole family will be up and dancing!

Tues Lunchtime Islip Arts Council Free Concerts Brown Bag Lunch Concerts The Brown Bag Lunch Concerts are at King Park on Main St. in Bay Shore on Tuesdays throughout the summer at 12:30 PM and are co-sponsored by the Bay Shore BID with the Islip Arts Council

+ July 28: Gathering Time, A musical melding of Peter, Paul & Mary and Crosby, Stills, & Nash, Gathering Time is the new generation of folk-rock harmony trio. Consisting of L.I. folk-scene veterans Glen Roethel and Stuart Markus, along with newcomer Hillary Foxsong, the trio’s seamless vocal blend and light-hearted on-stage chemistry have been turning heads and building their reputation across the tri-state area. Gathering Time will be performing selections from their recent CD, “Songs of Hope and Freedom,” which are testimony to the beauty and resilience of the human spirit. In addition to their originals, they interpret songs by other Long Island songwriters, traditional folk and folk-rock classics, and usually throw in a surprise or two!

End Islip Arts Council Free Concerts Brown Bag Lunch Concerts The Brown Bag Lunch Concerts at King Park

Brentwood Public Library Free Concert Series 7pm 34 Second Avenue Brentwood, NY Co-Sponsored by the Islip Arts Council and the Brentwood Public Library + Fri Aug 7 at 7pm Mambo Loco.

End Islip Arts Council www.IslipArtsCouncil.org info@IslipArtsCouncilorg Free Concerts (631) 224-5420

The Jean Rimsky Theater at Landmark on Main Street www.LandmarkonMainStreet.org 516-767-6444 at 232 Main St, Port Washington + July 9 – August 30, 2009 Menopause, The Musical For tickets: www.menopauselongisland.com.  WFUV 90.7FM City Folk Sunday Breakfast (Sunday 8-11am) DJ John Platt hosts Fabulous Folk Series!

Barb’s The Long Island Poetry Calendar & some music events www.poetz.com/longisland/index.htm

My Long Island Folk Music Emails have sometimes been posted on Kimberly & Ian’s www.onthewilderside.net or www.www.onthewilderside.com

and also posted by Bill Herman at Paradiddle Records www.paradiddlerecords.com

The Song Box reservations & George’s The Song Box Emailings SongBox@optonline.net (With color pictures)

To receive or stop The Song Box & LI Folk Music Email RdeBruin@Suffolk.lib.ny.us

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**Note from Kimberly: Look! One of my heroes/muses is playing on August 6th in Huntington! Legendary storyteller Heather Forest! Go see! Bring your friends, parents, and children! More info above and here.

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