Stone Soup Books and Cafe: August 2012 Events

More information online at www.StoneSoupBooks.net.

Aug “Off the Walls” Art Exhibit – Nancy Maxson

Friday, Aug 3rd, 6:00 PM, Live Music & Dining – Molimo, High Energy Folk-Rock This high-energy, high-spirited rock-n-foll band that traces its roots back to “The Mountain People.” Come hear how they make the connection!

Music 6:30-8:30p.m. No cover charge; your donations support local live music. Space limited. Call for reservation. Stone Soup Books &Café, 908 W. Main St., Waynesboro 540-943-0084.

Friday, Aug 10th, 6:00 PM, Live Music & Dining – One Howling Dog, Acoustic

Hank Goldstein and Leah Graham (Musical friends of Chef Pat) create an acoustic collage with guitar, two blending voices and their picks from popular music, plus some award-winning originals. With this duo’s eclectic range you’re bound to hear one of your favorite songs before the evening is over

Music 6:30-8:30p.m. No cover charge; your donations support local live music. Space limited. Call for reservation. Stone Soup Books &Café, 908 W. Main St., Waynesboro 540-943-0084.

Friday, Aug 17th, 6:00 PM, Live Music & Dining – Buddy Thomas,

Words are way too inadequate in describing the versatility, the musicianship, and the modesty of one of the Valley’s most influential musicians.  Everyone is enriched when Buddy Thomas adds his talent to THE SOUP

Music 6:30-8:30p.m. No cover charge; your donations support local live music. Space limited. Call for reservation. Stone Soup Books &Café, 908 W. Main St., Waynesboro 540-943-0084.

Tues, Aug 21st, 7:00 PM, “Summer Classics” Book Discussion of “The Magnificent Spinster” by May Sarton Sarton’s 17th novel explores the realities and reverberations of a 50-year friendship between two remarkable women that ended with the death of Jane Reid. It is relived because Cam, in her seventies, decides to celebrate “the magnificent spinster” in a novel. Book Discussion is Free and open to all ages. Books are available at Stone Soup Books. Stone Soup Books and Café, 908 W. Main St., Waynesboro 540-943-0084.

Friday, Aug 24th, 6:00 PM, Live Music & Dining – Mary Binda, Singer Songwriter

Having temporarily left us for the southern sounds of Charleston, Mary B RETURNS HOME to Virginia. She celebrates her first public performance in the welcoming environs of Stone Soup.  Gracioius lady with lovely voice, gentle guitar, and effervescent spirit…MARY DRUMELLER BINDA

Music 6:30-8:30p.m. No cover charge; your donations support local live music. Space limited. Call for reservation. Stone Soup Books &Café, 908 W. Main St., Waynesboro 540-943-0084.

Mon, Aug 27th, 5:30 PM, “Of Vine & Verse” – Wine Tasting & Poetry Sharing

Sit back sipping and listen to poetry with Stone Soup’s “Of Vine & Verse”! A very informal and casual gathering of friendly folks who love poetry (or want to). Bring a favorite poem to share or just come to enjoy others’ favorites.

Friday, Aug 31st, 6:00 PM, Live Music & Dining – Dr. Levine & the Dreaded Blues Lady Dr. Levine and The Dreaded Blues Lady is comprised of Lorie Strother on vocals and Stephen Levine on guitar. This energetic duo performs a diverse selection of acoustic blues music styles primarily from the 1920s and 1930s with a sprinkling of contemporary blues. Corey Harris has called Strother “a real blues woman [who’s] got soul,” Carl Larsen of the Daily News Leader states that Lorie “sings the real true blues & with a big booming, bluesy voice.” Stephen Levine is a historian at the University of Virginia who studies and teaches about the evolution and cultural significance of blues music. Patrick Bagley of the Franklin Journal describes Stephen’s guitar playing as “powerful” with “biting slide guitar work.” Music 6:30-8:30p.m. No cover charge; your donations support local live music. Space limited. Call for reservation. Stone Soup Books &Café, 908 W. Main St., Waynesboro 540-943-0084.

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