Open Mic @ the Half Moon

Meadowood is pleased to sponsor Clay on Main’s monthly open mic in the Half Moon Cafe – 313 Main Street, Oley, PA. From 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM on the first Monday of each month musicians are invited to perform up to three tunes (about 15 minutes). The Half Moon asks that performers bring instrumentation that doesn’t require significant set-up time and choose songs with lyrics that are appropriate for a family audience. Clay on Main asks each adult to donate $5 to help keep the lights on. Please park in the nearby church lot, not on the street.

2018 DATES: FEB 5, MAR 5, APR 2, MAY 7, JUN 4, JUL 2, AUG 6, SEP 3, OCT 1, NOV 5, DEC 3

Open Mic @ the Half Moon

Meadowood is pleased to sponsor Clay on Main’s monthly open mic in the Half Moon Cafe – 313 Main Street, Oley, PA. From 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM on the first Monday of each month musicians are invited to perform up to three tunes (about 15 minutes). The Half Moon asks that performers bring instrumentation that doesn’t require significant set-up time and choose songs with lyrics that are appropriate for a family audience. Clay on Main asks each adult to donate $5 to help keep the lights on. Please park in the nearby church lot, not on the street.

2018 DATES: FEB 5, MAR 5, APR 2, MAY 7, JUN 4, JUL 2, AUG 6, SEP 3, OCT 1, NOV 5, DEC 3

Open Mic @ the Half Moon

Meadowood is pleased to sponsor Clay on Main’s monthly open mic in the Half Moon Cafe – 313 Main Street, Oley, PA. From 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM on the first Monday of each month musicians are invited to perform up to three tunes (about 15 minutes). The Half Moon asks that performers bring instrumentation that doesn’t require significant set-up time and choose songs with lyrics that are appropriate for a family audience. Clay on Main asks each adult to donate $5 to help keep the lights on. Please park in the nearby church lot, not on the street.

2018 DATES: FEB 5, MAR 5, APR 2, MAY 7, JUN 4, JUL 2, AUG 6, SEP 3, OCT 1, NOV 5, DEC 3

Open Mic @ the Half Moon

Meadowood is pleased to sponsor Clay on Main’s monthly open mic in the Half Moon Cafe – 313 Main Street, Oley, PA. From 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM on the first Monday of each month musicians are invited to perform up to three tunes (about 15 minutes). The Half Moon asks that performers bring instrumentation that doesn’t require significant set-up time and choose songs with lyrics that are appropriate for a family audience. Clay on Main asks each adult to donate $5 to help keep the lights on. Please park in the nearby church lot, not on the street.

2018 DATES: FEB 5, MAR 5, APR 2, MAY 7, JUN 4, JUL 2, AUG 6, SEP 3, OCT 1, NOV 5, DEC 3

Learn to Crochet: Basic Stitches w/ Stephanie Stamm

 

Have you ever wanted to learn to crochet?  Crocheting is a portable stress-free hobby that is fun to do.  Join instructor Stephanie Stamm and learn to do the chain stitch and single crochet.  With this knowledge, you could make a pot holder, scarf or blanket.  Granny Squares and double crochet may be covered as well.

2 hours

Saturday 7/14/18 10am to 12

$40, no materials fee

Please register at least one week prior to workshop to ensure enrollment, but please inquire if you miss this deadline as space may be available.

 

Click HERE to register!

Too Hot For Cheese at the Half Moon Cafe

Rich Dodson has played guitar, banjo, fiddle, and mandolin with Mike & Paula every autumn at the Half Moon. This time, Rich is the headliner, bringing one of his bands, Too Hot for Cheese to play his first love – Irish music. Rich, with virtuoso Ken Gehret and fiddler extraordinaire Matt Burke will deliver a marvelous evening of fun and music.

Dining Room Pre show: Margaret Young – fiddle

 

Show time runs from 8-10pm.  Please park in the church parking lot, $10 suggested donation.  Pre-show dining room entertainment: 7:15pm.

Click here to learn more!

Open Mic @ the Half Moon

Meadowood is pleased to sponsor Clay on Main’s monthly open mic in the Half Moon Cafe – 313 Main Street, Oley, PA. From 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM on the first Monday of each month musicians are invited to perform up to three tunes (about 15 minutes). The Half Moon asks that performers bring instrumentation that doesn’t require significant set-up time and choose songs with lyrics that are appropriate for a family audience. Clay on Main asks each adult to donate $5 to help keep the lights on. Please park in the nearby church lot, not on the street.

2018 DATES: FEB 5, MAR 5, APR 2, MAY 7, JUN 4, JUL 2, AUG 6, SEP 3, OCT 1, NOV 5, DEC 3

Open Mic @ the Half Moon

Meadowood is pleased to sponsor Clay on Main’s monthly open mic in the Half Moon Cafe – 313 Main Street, Oley, PA. From 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM on the first Monday of each month musicians are invited to perform up to three tunes (about 15 minutes). The Half Moon asks that performers bring instrumentation that doesn’t require significant set-up time and choose songs with lyrics that are appropriate for a family audience. Clay on Main asks each adult to donate $5 to help keep the lights on. Please park in the nearby church lot, not on the street.

2018 DATES: FEB 5, MAR 5, APR 2, MAY 7, JUN 4, JUL 2, AUG 6, SEP 3, OCT 1, NOV 5, DEC 3

Strange & Wondrous Things Opening Exhibition

Clay on Main presents Bob Hakun and Stefan Benovsky: Strange and Wondrous Things

Bob Hakun’s found-object industrial assemblages will be exhibited in dialogue with the wearable fabric collages of Stefan Benovsky in the exhibit opening on Sunday, February 18 from 4-6pm.  Hakun describes his work as “Industrial Primitive,” and explains, “I collect old, discarded items: some natural like bones or wood; some man made, like wheels or gears. I look for old things that show the graphic effects of aging: the beauty and harshness of the breaking down over time of all things. I like things that are burned, broken, rusty, crushed, bent, and have acquired a warm patina.”  Benovsky aquires his materials in a similarly omnivorous way, bringing home anything from farm equipment to clothing and beads, then transforming them into one of a kind pieces of wearable art and iron garden ornaments that evoke strange insect and vegetative forms.

For this show, the artists worked with different types of materials, but they have even more in common than their commitment to re-use; both have professional experience in design. Hakun worked in the toy industry, designing Halloween costumes and masks, and designing graphics for silk-screen printing, and has also worked as a computer prepress specialist and a digital graphic designer.  Benovsky is semi retired from a long career as a pattern maker and technical designer in the garment industry.

The public is invited to the opening on Sunday February 18 from 4-6pm, and the show will be up until March 18.