Laughter Yoga & Happy Healthy Vegetarian Potluck
FEATURING: Mylene Poitras' "I am Madly in Love with Me" Celebration
6 - 8:30 pm, free
Laughter and Love go hand in hand! Come celebrate YOU with us in this unique event, coordinated by Mylene Poitras during our Happy Healthy Potluck – which follows Laughter Yoga class.
Wednesday, February 5
Kirtan with Shubalananda
7:30 - 9:30, $10 suggested donation
Shubalananda Saraswati (Larry Kopp) is bringing his spiritual musical performance to The Buttonwood Tree. Kirtan, a form of yoga, also includes a musical aspect, similar to our own American gospel music. Kopp has pioneered the practice through his magazine “Time & Space, a Kirtan Journal” and his book, Kirtan Wallah.
Thursday, February 6
Open Mic with Bob Gotta
7 - 9 pm, $5
Come play and be heard. Bring your own instrument or play our piano or congas… join the fun, express your self!
Friday, February 7
8 pm, $10
Reserve your seat!
Saturday, February 8
Community Yoga - 8:45 am, with special guest instructor Lucy Earley
Aligned with Source - 10:30 am, this week's topic is Being Master of Conflict Resolution
The Tekalli Duo
8 pm, $12 in advance/$15 at door
The Tekalli Duo is possessed with the type of unified musical vision that takes a lifetime of work to achieve. For the brother-sister duo, that work began sixteen years ago when they were children growing up in Florida. The Tekalli Duo’s diverse Japanese-Libyan background greatly influences their passion to connect the world through the language of music. They will feature their recently commissioned Violin Sonata by New York based composer Michael Brown and a reimagining of Maurice Ravel’s masterpiece Tombeau de Couperin.
Reserve your seat!
Sunday, February 9
Artists' Reception: The MiddleTowner
3 - 5 pm, free
Stick Figure cartoons by Fred Carroll and Ebony Milling. Also featuring “The Art of Clean” by The Mattabesset Broom Club: Claude Masse, Michael Arafeh, Rachel Caldwell, Beth Kilian, Phill Bullaro, and Fred Carroll. Drawn exclusively with a G2 pilot pen on recycled paper, this show is a “snapshot” style depiction of the day to day life in the “The Big M” by two little people.