Kountry Kids Free Music Matinee at Phillipsport Community Center, 2pm. Children’s music matinee featuring Mike Vreeland, an elementary school teacher and author of many children's songs.
Chris Cernak and a host of musicians from this season's music nights jam for a season finale at Philipsport Community Center. Beverages and homemade food and desserts available. $2 suggested donation at the door. www.pport.org.
Music night at Phillipsport Community Center, featuring Tony Penn, a singer-songwriter performing folk/traditional, blues and acoustic music. R.J. Storm and Old School bluegrass band, based in Beacon NY, perform their brand of energetic bluegrass music. Suggested donation $2.
Join us @ 7pm for a free event as Moe Kornbluth reads from and discusses FRAN, his beautiful memoir of his remarkable wife, Francine Justa, who was struck with Parkinson’s disease at the height of her career. Theirs is the unforgettable, riveting, and poignant story of the triumph of love over adversity. For more info: www.pport.org
Puttin’ On Some Harmony Bob and Nancy Montgomery, repertoire that ranges from the traditional to the contemporary at Phillipsport Community Center. Yankee Rose Terry Seeley, Steve Massardo and Terri Massardo intertwine their vocals on a mix of popular rock, folk and blues, as well as originals. $2 donation at the door. Refreshments available.
Free movie night at the Phillipsport Community Center, 7pm. Showing of the documentary "Open Sesame: The Story of Seeds (www.opensesamemovie.com), followed by a discussion. 845/210-4303.
Performance at the Phillipsport Community Center, 657 Red Hill Rd., 6pm. Sherman Lee Dillon, the pride of Meadville, MS; “Ragtime” Jack Radcliffe, piano wizard and president of Wepecket; Don Barry, of Franklin, MA, and newly signed Wepecket; recording artist Debbie Palmarini, of Liberty, NY, one of our own local musicians.
The Phillipsport Community Center (PCC) presents Music Night, 6pm. Donation at the door, proceeds going to aid 2-year-old Jackson Smith. 845/210-4303.
Annual old-fashioned family penny social at Phillipsport Community Center, doors open at 5:30pm, calling at 6:30pm. Burgers, hotdogs and homemade sides/desserts, beverages available at a small charge. Fundraiser for the community centers on-going charitable activities. Fun for the whole family in air-conditioned comfort.
Annual yard/book/bake sale at the Phillipsport Community Center, 9am-3pm. Antiques, collectibles, tools, kitchen items, homemade baked goods, books/DVDs/CDs, plants, etc. Funds raised benefit the community center's roof fund. 845/647-5524.