coffeehouse off the square
Old Ship Parish House, Fellowship Hall
107 Main Street
Hingham, MA 02043
• All events are at 8 PM on the third Saturday of the month,
except for the Christmas Concert which is at 4:00 pm on a Sunday in December.
• All except split bills and the Christmas Concert begin with an open microphone. Come and let us hear you.
• Admission is $15 and benefits the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee.
The coffeehouse is always in need of volunteers, be it with stage setup and takedown, kitchen help, postering and publicity, or on the music committee. We very much need your help. Please get in touch with us at: 781-749-1767 or email@example.com
The handicapped-accessible Parish Hall, 107 Main Street, Hingham Square, is just up from the Loring Hall Theater, on the MBTA’s 220 bus from Quincy Center, and a scenic long walk from the West Hingham commuter rail station.
For more information, call (781) 749-1767.
Contact person: Eric Eldering Cornetta
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SCHEDULE FOR 2016 - 2017
APRIL 15th -
The Mystical Misfits are a band from Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts playing the music of the Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan and others. Together for six years, the band has attracted a following of lovers of sixties folk and rock music. With Mark Pelletier on lead vocals and south shore natives Kyle Stephens and Bob Hawes on bass and lead guitar Misfit power is turned loose. The result is usually smiles and good times.
MAY 20th -
After growing up with Vivaldi and Bluegrass, by the 7th grade Jake
was playing in his father Taylor’s cutting edge bluegrass band Northern Lights. He has since developed his own “seamless blend of folk and bluegrass” and the Boston Globe’s Scott Alarik finds him “the most gifted and promising songwriter to emerge from Boston’s folk scene in years [with] a timeless folk-pop melodicism.” Jake is also a first rate fiddler and mandolinist.