“Meteora” Next Performer Up at the ESG Coffeehouse

Meteora

Saturday, April 4th will be the second to last performance in the 2014-2015 East Sangerville Grange Coffee House season. Hitting the stage: Meteora – a midcoast trio whose female lead Kat Logan has been part of the Maine folk music scene since 1990.

Logan has played with many bands including Driftwood, The Kevin Gilmore Country Band, and The Black Iris Jazz Trio. She has recorded with folk legend Gordon Bok and also recorded on the 2009 Grammy-nominated folk album “Singing Through The Hard Times.” Her styles include blues, country, jazz, and spiritual.

Meteora is known for its tight three-part harmonies. The group plays an eclectic array of original songs and folk ballads from a wide repertoire of world music, as well as traditional songs and original arrangements.

Tickets for the April 4th show are $12 and will be available at the door or in advance at Bob’s Home and Garden in Dover-Foxcroft. You can also reserve tickets by calling 564-8596. Doors open at 5:30 and the show starts at 7pm. For more information about Meteora go to http://www.reverbnation.com/katlogan

 

The final 2014-2015 ESG Coffee House performance will be on Saturday, May 2nd, featuring The Old Blues Kats.

Announcing “Cultivating Our Community 2015: “Healthy Soil Matters!”

Cultivating Community 2015 poster FINAL VERSION

East Sangerville Grange is pleased to announce its 3rd annual “Cultivating Our Community” event, which will be held on Saturday, April 11th from 10 to 2:30. This year’s theme is healthy soil — and why it’s important to everyone from home gardeners, to commercial farmers, to the well-being of our entire region. This year’s event is being presented in partnership with The Piscataquis County Soil & Water Conservation District — and it’s FREE! A light lunch, sponsored by the PRYMCA’s Healthy Community Initiative, will be provided — so we’d appreciate if you’d let us know you’re coming so we can plan appropriately for the food. Just send an e-mail to Erin Callaway at [email protected] or call her at 343-0171.