It's another full weekend of happenings at The Buttonwood Tree
Located in the former Arriwani Hotel, next to It's Only Natural market, TBT has a great vibe, awesome acoustics, and is a wonderful way to meet others in our community. As a way of saying "Thank You" to patrons, TBT started a Bonus Book program which gives you a free book for attending shows (restrictions apply). 605 Main Street, www.buttonwood.org, 860-347-4957.
Art Gallery and used book store opens at 10 am Mon - Sat.
Tonight, Friday March 22, Pat Braxton brings her group to play our favorite jazz standards. Find out more here / Reserve your seat
Saturday: Qigong, Yoga and "Aligned with Source" Empowerment Workshop - Topic:"Identify & Honor Your True Worth’. Start at 7:30am, stay the whole morning!
Visit Buttonwood's website here
Susan Peak’s Stupendously Wonderful Music Show
“Songs range from instructive to just plain fun; from
ladybugs to glaciers, you’ll learn something while playing and singing
Children's show at 2 -3 pm Free drinks for the kids!
A one hour
interactive extravaganza of silliness and song. Audience members become
part of the show as they find themselves dancing, clapping, playing
percussion, and maybe even barking along with the music! Susan’s songs
encompass a range of styles including rock, folk, blues and reggae. In
addition to her sparkling originals you will hear some old and new
favorites, all designed to keep your feet movin’ and your spirits high.
Guaranteed to be a great cure for the winter blues! Family pricing. Read more here
Matthew Terrell Presents "To Be Announced"
This event is an artistic performance of music and poetry,
performances are all by local young talents. This event is independently
put on by Matthew Terrell and the “To Be Announced” group (eleven
performers in all).
Student Poets: Evan Knoll, Nathan Linklater, Jonah Allen, Aja Gaskins, Olive Kuhn, Mark Sumner, Ian Carlucci, Gabby Forrest, Matthew Terrell (MC)
Musical Performers: Thomas Hadley and Jake Cunningham (Corporal Candy/T Titty) http://corporalcandy.bandcamp.com/album/juvenile-matters
Thomas Hadley’s music is lo fi noise pop trip hop
The Buttonwood Tree is supported by the City of Middletown's Commission on the Arts, the Community Foundation of Middlesex County, Johnson Consulting, The Coffeehouse Recording Studio, Middlesex Music Academy, O'Rourke's Diner and our members - Join as a member here