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Folk Music at Boulders on Sunday, December 2nd

Posted on 30 November, 2007 at 11:58
If you're looking for some excellent live folk music this Sunday, look no further.  Boulders Coffee at 100 Alexander St. is sponsoring a benefit for the South Wedge Farmers Market from 2:00pm - 9:30pm on Dec. 2nd.  A fee of $10.00 will get you an afternoon and evening of great folk music.  Proceeds are going to a good cause, so you will get the added benefit of knowing that while you are listening to the tunes, your dough is helping to assure that the South Wedge Farmers Market will continue to be there for us all.
I'll be playing along with Allen Hopkins and Diane Walker at 3:00pm, and we hope to see you there!

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217 Comments

Reply Jarmin Monroe
18:16 on 30 November, 2007 
Lookin' forward to seeing every at Boulder's Coffee! Going to be fun.
Reply Eric Bruton
9:40 on 1 December, 2007 
Keep'n it going!!! That's a good thing. Really like the new songs.
Reply jim
9:03 on 3 December, 2007 
The benefit for South Wedge Farmers Market coincided with our first hint of a winter storm, but the more intrepid folkies were not daunted. Those who ventured out were treated to good music in a cozy, intimate atmosphere at Boulders Coffee. A very pleasant way to spend a Sunday in Rochester in December.
Reply Jonas
12:52 on 3 December, 2007 
Charging a fixed fee of 10 bucks put some people off I think. Might have been better to ask for donations or maybe a lower charge
Reply jim
15:13 on 5 December, 2007 
We drove though a pretty impressive snowstorm last evening to a Golden Link SingAround meeting in Brighton, NY. We weren't really surprised to see that even though fewer than usual attended, Golden Link still had a good turnout of singers, writers, pickers and listeners. If you like Folk Music and you haven't visited Golden Link yet, you should give it a try. It's a very friendly and eclectic group and new members are always welcome. Check out the Wesite on the Links page here.