Events

New Monthly Tea Special:
The Balm
During the month of June only!
A stunningly tasty combination of Honeybush, Lemon Balm, andLemongrass is our featured monthly special. The Balm is amazing hot and elegant iced. Honeybush is a powerful addition to you holistic arsenal. It helps diabetes, it’s good for skin conditions, and menopausal symptoms. It has been studied as an anti-tumour aid and it’s completely caffeine free. Lemon balm soothes irritation of the mind and helps support the immune system. Lemongrass contains vitamins A, C, and folate while it also aids in digestion and wards off infection. Enjoy a toasty cup and let the slightly citrus steam open your airways and calm your mind. If the weather has you craving a cold beverage enjoy this blend with ice and a twist of lemon to temper the heat and refresh your systems.

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 Saturday July 8th

Doors at 7 ~ Show at 7:30 ~ Done by 10pm
Donations for performers highly suggested ~ all ages
 
Radiator Hospital: playing the songs you like
 
Strawberry Runners: Strawberry Runners is the primary music project of songwriter Emi Night, based in Brooklyn, NY. Strawberry Runners’ songs spin confessional storytelling with catchy melodies into irresistible pop songs. Night composes poignant lyrics that conjure portraitures of her childhood in the Ohio River Valley. Contrasted with charming performances and pop melodies, her dark experiences are transformed into defiant, poetic moments of growth.
 
Veev: beautiful diy folk
 
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Random Concerts: Bea Troxel & Laura Baird

Thursday, September 21st
Doors at 7 ~ Show at 7:30 ~ Done by 10pm
Donations for performers highly suggested ~ all ages
 
A night of folk music with Laura Baird and Bea Troxel
 
Laura Baird is a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and recording engineer. Since 2001 she has performed and recorded as The Baird Sisters with her sister, Meg Baird (Espers). In 2012 the duo released Until You Find Your Green (Grapefruit Record Club, 2012), which was recorded and engineered by Laura at Forest Hill Farm, her home recording studio. John Mulvey of Uncut has described their album as one of his personal favorites of 2012.

In addition to The Baird Sisters, Laura has also recorded with EspersDeath VesselAroah, and The Trouble with Sweeney. Laura plays a wide variety of instruments, including banjo, flute, piano, harpsichord, guitar, trombone, theremin, and fiddle. She enjoys crossing and blending genres like folk, pop, classical, and electronic, and frequently collaborates with other artists and musicians who work in and between these genres.

Laura is also an enthusiastic collector and performer of traditional Appalachian music, drawing inspiration from both contemporary and historical ballad singers and musicians, as well as her great-great uncle Isaac Garfield “I.G.” Greer’s early recordings for the Library of Congress’ Archive of American Song.

Laura recently recorded Glenn Jones’ album, My Garden State(Thrill Jockey.) She is currently working on a solo full-length folk album.

Bea Troxel, a Nashville native, started writing songs in the tenth grade, but she did not take her own music seriously until she was a year out of college in Central PA working a desk job. 

Music had always been a part of her life. In High School she played in a band called Bea, Rita, and Maeve (named “Best High School Band of 2013” by the Nashville Scene). The trio won Studio 360’s High School Battle of the Bands contest, and Thao Nguyen and Andrew W.K. covered Bea’s song, “The River,” as performed by Bea, Rita, and Maeve. Nguyen wrote of their music saying there was a “subtlety and refinement in the musicianship.” 

Troxel played all through her time at Sewanee in southern TN, but she did not begin to seek out shows until she moved to Pennsylvania where she found herself in the midst of the Northeast DIY music scene. She opened for musicians such as Glenn Jones, Laura Baird, and Sons of an Illustrious Father, and played her first tour through the Northeast in April 2017. She recently moved back to Nashville and is recording her first full length record.

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