Volunteer Updates!

It’s fall, y’all!

Posted: to Community & Volunteer Newsletter on Thu, Sep 8, 2022
Updated: Thu, Sep 8, 2022

Volunteers needed Saturday night!

We need 4 volunteers to help us with an event!

Stone Soup is catering a gig this Saturday night at a super cool local outdoor music venue called Antenna Cloud Farm. This is their last performance of the season, featuring Kamerin!

Kamerin is a nonbinary, trans singer/songwriter whose dreamy and introspective stylings combine a hauntingly pure, virtuosic vocal sound with electronics-based loops and tasteful beats. This will be a sunset-tinged end-of-summer celebration and bonfire. Kids are free!! Food is served 4-8pm. Music is 5-7pm.

We have two volunteer shifts:

  • 3pm - 5:30pm
  • 5:30pm - 8pm

Sign up to volunteer here! Free admission to the show!

Live Music @ The Café!

This Saturday --> local indie-folk duo, High Tea!

Outside the Café from 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm. Grab a Stone Soup lunch and enjoy the free music! High Tea plays sweepingly soulful harmonies and guitar riffs to knock your socks off! Lumineer-esque vocals about Americana heartbreak are performed by the duo, Isabella DeHerdt & Isaac Eliot.

Coming up...

Saturday, Sept 24th @ 12:30pm -- Prone To Mischief Brass Band!

An activist, rabble-rousing street and parade band committed to Social Justice. Styles of songs come from all over the world… Street Musicians who don’t need amps!

Saturday, October 1 @ 12:30pm -- The Hey Hey Club!

1930’s and 40’s American Swing Music from a local 7-piece band!

Fall Book Group: Featuring a Local Indigenous Author!

Larry Spotted Crow Mann’s groundbreaking novel ''The Mourning Road to Thanksgiving'' is an unforgettable story that continues to inspire, educate and challenge the notion of a holiday engrained in American history. This riveting tale challenges the narrative and conceptions we have of American history and exposes the untold stories and lingering scars of our past.

Haunted by his childhood, and furious about the treatment of his people since the landing of Mayflower; a 40-year-old Native American man sets off on an unforgettable quest to heal himself and Native people everywhere. He believes he can accomplish both by putting an end to America’s beloved Thanksgiving—Forever.

We have copies of the book available at the cafe for those who are interested in joining the group!

We will meet on Zoom to discuss the book. You are welcome to join us for any or all of these conversations.

  1. Wednesday, Oct 5th @ 7pm
  2. Wednesday, Oct 19th @ 7pm
  3. Wednesday, Nov 2nd @ 7pm
  4. Wednesday, Nov 16th @ 7pm

If you would like to join us, sign up here so we can send you the zoom link for these conversations.