PeaceSmiths December Coffeehouse
Friday December 7, 2012
8pm to 11pm
The music of Robert Bruey
The music of Rorie Kelly
First United Methodist Church, 25 Broadway Amityville, NY, 11701
(Broadway is the southmost section of Rt. 110)
The December Coffeehouse features singer-songwriter Robert Bruey, who hails from the North Fork of Long Island. Robert Bruey plays real nice songs and has built up a following. He is part of a Long Island Country-Type music scene, that has an East End flavor.
Musician Rorie Kelly has been re-booked from last months Coffeehouse, that was a “Sandy wash out.” Rorie will bring her no-holds-bard, lay-it-out-the-line stylings to the Coffeehouse.
Please come and bring some friends.
You can also bring literature for the lit table. The PeaceSmiths community is especially interested in issues of anti-war, social justice, and Occupy Wall Street. Poems, song lyrics, and manifestos have also been offered on the literature table throughout the years!
PeaceSmiths’ is held at the First United Methodist Church in Amityville
25 Broadway Ave, Amityville, NY
Suffolk County, Long Island, New York
(Broadway is actually the south-most end of RT 110,
near Merrick Road/Montauk Highway.)
It is a long walk, or a short bike/cab ride
from the Amityville train station
$7 to PeaceSmiths at the door
(More if possible, less if necessary)
Questions? Leave a message in advance at the PeaceSmiths Hotline (external voicemail):
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