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Music in the Courtyard

Join us on the following Friday evenings to sit back, relax, and enjoy the sounds of talented local artists! September 9th | 6pm – 8pm | Music with singer/songwriter KJ KJ Reimensnyder-Wagner has established herself as one of the true positive leaders and motivational musicians of the U.S. Folk Circuit and Motivational Speaking Circuit today. With guitar her main instrument, KJ also often shows up with her Appalachian lap dulcimer, autoharp, Djembe drum, egg shakers or keyboard. September 16th | 6pm – 8pm | Music with Singer/songwriter Frank Wicher Frank is blessed with the quintessential outlaw country voice, and has an uncanny way of delivering that less-is-more sound that defined Waylon, Merle, Willie, Johnny and other great outlaw country singers. Equally talented on guitar and harmonica, he shows amazing discipline in remaining true to those simple roots. September 23rd | 6pm – 8pm | Music with singer/songwriter Larry Lawson Larry Lawson is a wonderful singer and songwriter who knows his debt to composers as diverse as Paul Simon, Hoagy Carmichael, Jackson Browne, and Johnny Mercer. His rich baritone graces songs from the poignant to the preposterous, and he believes that music should be both inspiring and fun. September 30th | 6pm – 8pm | Music with Karen Nogle & Mike Tomeo Karen Nogle has sung jazz, pop, standards and country throughout the Susquehanna Valley, where she has earned the rave reviews and respect from her fellow musicians and fans. That voice, paired with Mark Tomeo’s passionate guitar style blend effortlessly together to form a harmonious union of music old, new, and original. Our music in the courtyard events are FREE! You may come and go as you please. *Events are subject to change.
Date & Time
  • Weekly on Friday
  • Sep 09, 2016 through Sep 30, 2016
  • 6:00PM - 8:00PM
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