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Mondays in 2019 ~ Essex, CT 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm
The Jovial Crew (Cliff Haslam, Joseph Morneault, Tim Marth and I) present Sea Chanteys, Irish songs, drinking songs and nonsense. The
Gris is at 36 Main Street in Essex, CT. The fun starts as soon as you arrive. Check out the Griswold Inn at www.griswoldinn.com.
6 March 2019 Wednesday ~ Bethel, CT 6:30 pm
The Bethel Public Library presents "From Seneca Falls to the 19th Amendment: Songs of the Woman Suffrage Movement" at 189
Greenwood Avenue in Bethel, CT. The library's website is here.
10 March 2019 Sunday ~ New Haven, CT 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
New Haven's annual St. Patrick's Day will take place on March 10 this year. The Jovial Crew returns to Cafe Nine, 250 State Street in New
Haven, CT to celebrate the day with our usual mix of Irish music, chanteys, drinking songs and nonsense. This is always one of our favorite
days of the year. Cafe Nine's website is here.
17 March 2019 Sunday ~ Essex, CT 8:00 pm
The Jovial Crew (Cliff Haslam, Joseph Morneault, Tim Marth and I) present our annual St. Patrick's Day evening at the Griswold Inn, 36
Main Street in Essex, CT. Please note that you'll need a reservation to be in the dining room, where we'll be performing. Check out the
Griswold Inn at www.griswoldinn.com.
27 March 2019 Wednesday ~ Plainfield, CT 7:00 pm
The Plainfield Historical Society presents "To End All Wars: Songs of the First World War" at the Plainfield Senior Center, 482 Norwich
Road (route 12) in Plainfield, CT. The organization's website is here.
4 April 2019 Thursday ~ Litchfield CT 7:00 pm
The Oliver Wolcott Library, 160 South Street in Litchfield, CT will host an event for their "One Book, One Community" Read of Uncle
Tom's Cabin. The event is also in connection with the 300th anniversary of the Town of Litchfield. We'll present a program of some of the
most popular songs of the Civil War. The Library's website is here.
5 April 2019 Friday ~ Old Lyme, CT 7:00 pm
We're very pleased to be returning to do an evening of "Guilty Pleasures" (whatever songs we feel like doing) at Nightingale's Acoustic Cafe,
68 Lyme Street in Old Lyme. Donations will go to the MusicNow Foundation, which supports youth music projects. The organization's
website is here. The Nightingale's Acoustic Cafe Facebook page is here.
5 May 2019 Sunday ~ Lebanon, CT (afternoon time TBD)
The Lebanon Historical Society presents "Are We There Yet?: Songs of American Transportation" at 856 Trumbull Highway in Lebanon,
CT. The organization's website is here.
19 May 2019 Sunday ~ Willimantic, CT 4:00 pm
The Windham Textile and History Museum presents "Over There: The World War I Diaries of Dr. Jessie Weston Fisher" at 411 Main Street
in Willimantic, CT. The museum's website is here.
4 June 2019 Tuesday ~ Oxford, CT 6:00 pm
The Oxford Public Library presents "From Seneca Falls to the 19th Amendment: Songs of the Woman Suffrage Movement" at 49 Great
Oak Road in Oxford, CT. The library's website is here.
29 August 2019 Thursday ~ New London, CT 7:00 pm
The Friends of Fort Trumbull present "Are We There Yet?: Songs of American Transportation" at 90 Walbach Street in New London, CT.
The organization's website is here.
19 September 2019 Thursday ~ Brooklyn, CT 7:30 pm
The Brooklyn Historical Society presents "Godspeed the Plow: Songs of Rural and Farm Life" at the Trinity Episcopal Church Parish Hall,
7 Providence Road (Route 6) in Brooklyn, CT. The society's website is here.
10 October 2019 Thursday ~ South Windsor, CT 7:00 pm
The South Windsor Historical Society presents "The Grain, the Grape and the Hop: Drinking Songs Old and Recent" at the Wood
Memorial Library, 783 Main Street in South Windsor, CT. The society's website is here.
1 May 2020 Friday ~ Agawam, MA 7:00 pm
The Agawam Cultural Council presents "An American Pop Music Time Machine" as part of the 16th season of their popular "Applause
Series" of concerts. The organization's website is here.
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