Thursday, Nov 28: Community Thanksgiving Dinner

Kellen Leef grew up with 6 siblings. With so many children in the home, Thanksgiving always played a large part for the family. When they all reached adulthood, there was a year when none of them were able to make the trip “home” for Thanksgiving dinner with their parents. Kellen immediately started thinking about the […]

B-Sides & Badlands: The Half Bad Bluegrass Band are Pretty Darn Good

Anyone born of the Appalachian ridge line more than likely has music coursing in their veins. The traditions of folk and acoustic music, blended with a Jimmie Rodgers charm, become engrained in your bones whether you realize it or not. That seems to be the case for The Half Bad Bluegrass Band, who have amassed […]

No Fancy Footwork Required at English Country Dancing… Fall/Winter Classes!

Dancing “…adds to the accomplishment of behavior and carriage and qualifies a person for polite company.” ‒ Nicholas Ridgely 1750. English Country Dancing continues with Fall/Winter classes at St. James Episcopal Church on Saturdays this November and throughout the Fall/Winter from 7p–8:30 p.m. Suggested cost is a $5.00 donation to the church for room and […]