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Carrie Ferguson and The Cherry Street Band close the season at the Wendell Full Moon Coffeehouse

Saturday, May, 18, 2019 7:00 p.m

sliding scale admission $6 – $15 Cash only

to To benefit Deer Paths Nature Center

"Devilishly catchy folk-pop tunes and melodic ballads, exuberantly heartfelt lyrics…infectious joy" – The Valley Advocate

Ranging from soaring pop, to country-tinged folk and straight up rock, Carrie Ferguson and The Cherry Street Band use a shifting palette of keyboard, guitar, mandolin, percussion and gorgeous harmonies to create live shows that are jubilant affairs, playfully quirky, filled with humor and warmth. http://www.CarrieFergusonMusic.com

Deer Paths Nature Center offers a daily nature-oriented early childhood program as well as monthly elementary school programs and summer camps. They have been providing an environmental education foundation for students for over 10 years in Wendell, promoting play, understanding, and stewardship on their forested school grounds, including over 14 acres conserved with community support last year. The evening will support the school’s scholarship fund, which helps provide classes to many lower income students every year and to ensure that more families can prioritize nature education.www.deerpaths.org

The Wendell Full Moon Cofffeehouse is the longest running Non-Profit venue in New England; where Every Show is for the Benefit of Local Environmental and Service Organizations. Note the special kid friendly earlier start time of 7pm

For Open Mic sign-up, directions and further information please visit our website www.wendellfullmoon.org Or call (978) 544-5557