PeaceSmiths Coffeehouse (Season Finale) Fri. 6/5/15

PeaceSmiths June Coffeehouse
Friday, June 5, 2015 at 8pm

Held at First United Methodist Church 25 Broadway Ave, Amityville, NY
$7 (631) 798-0778

PeaceSmiths Last-of-the-Season Coffeehouse
A fun gathering, with a long tradition

Music by HypnoSmoothie
Deborah Lombardi, Musician and Songwriter
Performance and Sing-A-Long with PeaceSmiths favorite,
Andy Greenhouse
Open Mic (maybe you)

 Directions and Info and Performer Notes …


PeaceSmiths is held at: First United Methodist Church in Amityville 25, Broadway Ave, Amityville, NY (Broadway is actually the south-most end of RT 110,near Merrick Road/Montauk Highway.) Our location is a long walk, or a short bike ride from the Amityville LIRR Station.

$7 donation requested,
more if possible, less if necessary, please come

For more info or directions, leave a message at (631) 798-0778 PeaceSmiths’ Activist Hotline.

Please bring your peace, justice, environmental, occupy, and activist fliers for our literature table. The season finale often brings a few more friends, and lots of summer events to discover. Open Time is great for songs, dances, poems, and/or something funny to share!

About the Performers

Hypnosmoothie is Pauline Salotti. She is a WUSB FM personality who recently performed at the PeaceSmiths Open Mic. Her music includes: Pop, Soul, Nu-Jazz, Nu-Funk, Samba, and Jam.

Deborah Lombardi is a surprising and original songwriter who has performed at many of Long Island’s music festivals.

Andy Greenhouse is a PeaceSmithie from waaaay back.  Andy Greenhouse offers a dose of political satire, some hard-hitting songs, the soul of a singer-songwriter, and strong acoustic guitar technique. And, he also knows all the good songs for the sing-a-long! Andy is the closest thing LI has to Woody Guthrie.

About PeaceSmiths

PeaceSmiths, Inc. is a nonprofit organization for peace, justice, and the environment. Our “PeaceSmiths Topical, A-Typical, Folk Music, Poetry, and Whatever Coffeehouse” is our longest and strongest tradition.

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