Coffee House series plans great acts

The “Coffee House Series” is back for another year also, but with an interesting twist.
The performances will be at the “Heritage Center” at the Isanti County Historical Society. This should be an excellent room to hear and see the performers in a warm and cozy environment. The Heritage Center is north of the Isanti County Fairgrounds, and uses the same entrance as the fairgrounds.

The “Coffee House Series” is back for another year also, but with an interesting twist.
The performances will be at the “Heritage Center” at the Isanti County Historical Society. This should be an excellent room to hear and see the performers in a warm and cozy environment. The Heritage Center is north of the Isanti County Fairgrounds, and uses the same entrance as the fairgrounds.

The following artists are scheduled to perform at the Heritage Center:

• Sunday, Jan. 23: Pat Donohue, nationally known guitarist with Prairie Home Companion.  
• Feb. 18: Todd Menton, Celtic folksinger formerly with “Boiled in Lead”.
• March 18: Michael Johnathon, national host of “Woodsongs Old Time Radio Hour” on PBS, and well known singer/songwriter. He calls himself a “folksinger and a tree hugger.”
• April 15: Honey Dewdrops, a duet in the style of Gillian Welch and David Rawlings, pure Americana and Appalachian folk music.  
Tickets for all of these performances are available now at the District 911 Community Education Office, or by calling 763-689-6189. They are also available on line at hardycenter.com.

Pat Donohue will perform at the Coffee House Series on Jan. 23.

 

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