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A celebration for a good harvest and doing good will in the community! The Mitzvah Garden donates what they grow to the local food pantries. My children's show, Heather's Art Garden will perform from 10am-11am. This is a part of our Pass the Nut series raising peanut butter and awareness for the local pantries.
7pm-10pm - Heather Thornton, Bree Plaster & Jeramy Johnston
One Night Only! Thursday, Oct 1st from 7pm-10pm The super sassy dynamic duo with Heather Thornton & Bree Plaster will be performing! Featuring SPECIAL GUESTS!!! Michael O'Shiver & Calvin Arsenia This will be a real treat with TWO AMAZING harp players lined up for the evening. You will not want to miss out!!! Oct 1st is also the beginning of our "Pass the Nut" campaign raising peanut butter to donate to our local food pantries. We asked them what they needed most and they said "PEANUT BUTTER!" $5 Suggested donation at the door.....or.....bring a jar of peanut butter to support your local food pantries and......PASS THE NUT!
Harmonies with Heather Thornton and Hannah Shuler + Special Guests! 7pm-11pm
Sounds Like: Eva Cassidy, Adelle, Regina Specktor, Norah Jones, Ella Fitzgerald
Label: heatherthorntonmusic, Saunders Street Records
Heather Thornton has been singing, writing, and performing her own music since the age of 12. She began her professional music career in 1999 as a singer for hire, and released her first solo album “Don’t Forget about To...See Full Bio
"Heather Thornton really means the first lines of her new album “Obvious”: “You should plan on staying here all night/I’ve got a lot of things to say to you,” she sings in the jazz-clubby “My Love Is Free.” It’s good advice because the album doesn’t lend itself to disappearing into the background. It’s an active listen that touches on a lot of musical bases over the course of its 10 original tracks. That opener, written by Thornton herself, is driven as much by Caleb Aldrich’s smooth sax accompaniment as the sprightly lead vocal and clever turns of phrase. The mysterious “Obvious” is the album’s first foray into a distinctive show tunes vibe. Its spare arrangement of piano and minimal drums, accented by a sexily stuttering trumpet solo by E.E. Pointer, mashes with Thornton’s precise and intimate vocal to produce a recording that might well have originated in a creative theater workshop." Read more....http://www.inkkc.com/content/new-music-our-take-heath