Saturday, January 10, 2015

This Weekend At The Buttonwood Tree


Once again, we ring in a New Year at The Buttonwood Tree! Join us for our exciting new events this month, including Sinan Bakir, Evolution of The Revolution, and many more!

2014 was a great year for The Buttonwood! We hosted dozens of amazing artists, performers, and groups. To kick off 2015, we have several unique and stirring artistic events planned.

This weekend, we have Sinan Bakir, an original jazz and folk artist hailing from Turkey, and the ongoing in-gallery presentation of Evolution of The Revolution by artist Andrew Wallach. Further along in the month, we have Groovin' With Girls, a benefit concert for West African girls charity, and the CinTamani group returning for another groove-session with super food treats by Chef Kale-Yums! If you haven't had a smoothie with kale and coconut here's your chance! He makes them amazingly delicious and reasonably priced. Do join us for whatever strikes your fancy!

Thank you to all of you who have donated recently, we appreciate your generosity and concern for the welfare of TBT!

If you haven't made a donation to help us through this next year, we'd love for you to do it soon. Just click the link below or send us a check by mail, your choice :)  Thank you!

For our events this weekend, click below!
Sinan Bakir
January 10, at 8PM ($10)

Rising jazz guitarist/composer Sinan Bakir made a name for himself in today's music scene with his unique, creative, and exciting approach on the guitar. This Turkish-born guitarist is striving for a fresh and clean sound and has a highly energetic playing style. He is hailed not only as a virtuoso player, but also a masterful composer by his peers. Bakir's fresh sounding tunes are an amalgam of rock & jazz stylings and driven by strong melodies deriving from the rich Turkish tradition combined with modern jazz harmonies.
For more information, visit our website

Evolution of The Revolution (by Andrew Wallach)
(Ongoing until 1/31)
Artist’s reception will be Jan 24th 4-6 pm.

Andrew’s work walks the line between chaos and order
-Jana Liptak
It’s NOT spin art…it is Revolution Art.
Centrifugal force beams arms and legs, reaching with random movement.
Alive with electricity and fire, streaming with feathery vibrancy and a hypnotic fulmination.
For more information, visit our website

Regular Events:
Moments of Gratitude and Anything Goes Open Mic-Every Monday at 7:45PM (link)
Laughter Yoga and Vegetarian Potluck-Every other Tuesday at 6PM (link)
Food Not Bombs-Every Sunday at 1PM (link)
Middlesex Drum Circle-Every Third Thursday of the Month at 7PM (link)

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