Join us this Saturday November 20th as we begin our 12th year of the Music for Humanity Free Performance Night with our 133rd concert featuring 3 outstanding singer/songwriters including Elly Wininger (pictured above) who has been inducted into the New York Blues Hall of Fame.
Important note about directions for this show only because Rt. 207 is closed just south of Noble Coffee Roasters. If you are coming from the North ignore all signs about a detour for Rt 207 South. Continue on Rt 207 and the road is closed just past the entrance to the parking lot. If you are coming from Goshen and places south ignore the detour in Goshen for Rt 207 North. Continue on 207 until you almost arrive at Noble Coffee Roasters. Turn left onto Lagrange Rd. Go about a mile or so and make a right at the stop sign. At the next stop sign make another right and in a short distance at the next stop sign you’ll see Noble Coffee Roasters on your right. This will be an outstanding evening of music. If you love to listen to great music please join us. This is a free event. We ask for donations, but if you are financially stressed please join us for free and let the music fill your heart & soul… it will. We start promptly at 7:30PM and recommend you arrive by 7PM for a seat. Noble Coffee Roasters in Campbell Hall will serve a light dinner menu and has an abundant selection of coffees, teas & desserts. As we begin our 12th year special thanks to our “Sound Wizard” Jim Elwell, who has provided the sound for every show except one.
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In June we gave another $15,000 in music scholarships which brought our grand total to $135,000. Thanks to everyone who donated time, talent & money to make these scholarships possible. You can see the scholarship winners perform here.
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