Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Music / dance / yoga / writing / empowerment - Everything you need, at the Buttonwood

This week at the Buttonwood: Laughter Yoga, Belly dancing, Writer's open mic... and that's just the next three days! We also have two great concerts - Arlon Bennett on Friday, and the Levins will be joining Buttonwood favorites Terry Kitchen & Mara Levine on Saturday.

Full schedule under the jump!

Tuesday, May 7

Laughter Yoga (6 pm, free): Relieves stress! Proven to be healthy and fun! Dress casually and comfortably. Be prepared to move and LAUGH!
Happy Healthy Vegetarian Potluck (7 pm, free)

Wednesday, May 8

Evening Oasis Belly Dancing Presentation (8 pm, $5): The Evening Oasis returns with beautiful dancers, traditional dress and music. All are welcome for this entertaining and empowering evening.

Thursday, May 9

Writers Out Loud (7 pm, free): Every possible pathway of story, culture, and true grit meets at Writers Out Loud!—Connecticut’s premier literary prose open mic w/host Cocomo Rock & co-host Al Bower, Jr. Click here for more info.

Friday, May 10

Arlon Bennett CD Release Concert (8 pm, $12): An Americana/folk-pop songsmith, Bennett delivers timeless vignettes and melodies that recall Harry Chapin and vintage James Taylor, but with an eloquence, emotional honesty and style all his own.” — Richard Cuccaro, editor of Acoustic Live! in New York City and Beyond. Click here for more information and to reserve your seat!

Saturday, May 11

Qigong (7:30 am, free): Renew your natural energy, feel stronger and more relaxed.
Community Yoga (8:45 am, free): Vinyasa style - nourishes the body and the soul.
Aligned with Source Workshop for Empowerment (10:30 am, $5): Healing through Love, Laughter, & Letting Go

Terry Kitchen & Mara Levine with The Levins (8 pm, $10): Award-winning Boston contemporary folk singer/songwriter Terry Kitchen joins voices with acclaimed New Jersey vocalist Mara Levine for a sound that’s both intensely dynamic and uniquely beautiful. The Levins combine harmony-driven acoustic folk rock with wistful overtones of the 1930s and the intention of putting a smile on your face. Original tunes, guitar, piano and voices provide a full sound with unexpected harmonies and unique arrangements. Click here for more information and to reserve your seat!

The Buttonwood Tree Performing Arts & Cultural Center
605 Main Street
Middletown, CT 06459
thebuttonwoodtree@gmail.com | (860) 347-4957

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