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August 31 at 7 PM
Jeannine Laverty, Christie Keegan
& Margaret French 

Click: In-Person Tickets $5

Jeannine Laverty often chooses stories connected to country folk, both from her own life and from the farming life of others. Tonight she will offer a medley of Adirondack tales of Jeanne Robert Foster and Edna West Teall.

Christie Keegan’s personal stories weave together the wonders of childhood, questions of adolescence and stark realities of adulthood. She also tells folk tales, myths and tall tales from many cultures—hoping the audience will hear what is common to us all, as well as what makes each of us unique.

Margaret French tells stories of her Canadian heritage, her home in upstate New York, folktales from around the world, and personal and family stories that reflect her gently humorous take on the foibles of humankind.

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September 1 at 7 PM
Featured Guest “Quarry Songs, A Song Cycle for Change”
Poetry of Carolyn Forché, Reginald Harris, Joseph Ross, and Laura Tohe

Admission $5 at the door

This month’s Poetry Night features a four-song world premier for soprano, baritone, and piano by composer Brett L. Wery featuring the poems of Carolyn Forché, Reginald Harris, Joseph Ross, and Laura Tohe. The poems examine the trajectory of our culture(s), the human capacity to grow numb to suffering, the weight and cost of identity—self-imposed and projected—on ourselves, our nation, and our children. The poets’ voices focus the listeners’ minds on the rough truths of our shared history as Americans.

Featured performance at 7 PM, Open Mic follows at 7:30 PM.
Watch Livestream of Quarry Songs