From Bob Moore
Poets, musicians, gallivanteers with an increasing urge to dance to a fiddle
and a banjo:
We are back in the saddle with electric power, and it’s time to turn up the
lights and listen to some fine music from a string band foursome from the
Hampstead, Chester, NH neighborhood. The two guitar, two fiddle quartet,
Deep Hole Road, is scheduled to get us dancing on the Parish Hall floor this
Friday, and entertain us with some contemporary and traditional folk music.
Deep Hole Road has swung by the coffeehouse for the last two months and are
being received very warmly. They have a music recipe guaranteed to raise
your spirits. They closed the Mardi Gras evening in February with a rousing
rendition of Hank Williams’ Jambalaya.
We’re also featuring a passionate poet, and steady patron of the First
Friday Coffeehouse, Ed Pacht. Ed has an uncanny ability to write
spontaneous poetry and capture a fellow performer “in the moment”, and then
share it with the audience in the same evening. Ed is a minister, and a
pacifist from the Rochester area. He shares his convictions to his grounded
self in his poetry with flare, joy, intensity, and a deep love for life.
Hope you can join us this coming Friday. BTW, the theme this Friday is St.
Patrick’s Day even though it’s celebrated in the not too distant future.
We’re always looking for a good reason/excuse to celebrate, taking liberties
to move the calendar around slightly to suit our needs.
So come on over and enjoy Deep Hole Road, Ed Pacht
And the rest of the First Friday Coffeehouse musicians, poets, and artisans
The First Unitarian-Universalist Society of Exeter
12 Elm Street (Parish Hall), Exeter, NH
Friday, March 5th
Sign-up for performers starts at 6:30 PM.
Musicians, poets, families, performing art enthusiasts encouraged to attend.
Bring a dessert. Coffee and tea will be provided. Donations gratefully
Tell a friend and see you on Friday, March 5th
For more information, e-mail email@example.com or phone: 642-4648.