CAMDEN — Trinity Community Coffee House, 98 Main St., has announced the return of Off the Wall on Saturday, Nov. 10, at 7 p.m.
Featuring Larry Fox on guitar and vocals, Charlie Ingersoll on dobro and vocals, John Burton on banjo, mandolin and vocals, and Dave Rybinski on bass, the group “honestly interprets bluegrass, folk, Americana and country style roots music.” Off the Wall is marking 15 years of making music together.
Instead of an admission fee, there will be a free will offering for the performers. This is the third program in the coffee house’s Fall Series.
The Queen Village Christmas Show is being planned for Dec. 8 with one performance only at 7 p.m. with traditional carols and holiday hits from Camden’s own, and again headed up by Tammy and Andy Box.
The Thirsty Ragtime Trio will usher in Trinity’s 16th year featuring Dave Liddy-keyboard-vocals, Steve Quenneville-guitar-vocals, and Mark Tiffault-drums with their renditions of ragtime, boogie-woogie and stomp on Jan. 19, 2019.
Trinity Church is located next to the Post Office at the stop light and intersection of route 69 and 13. The program is held in the church with entrance through the front of the church. The church is handicapped accessible through the Parish Hall from the parking lot at the rear of the church.
Refreshments will be served provided by the Ladies Guild of Trinity.
For information, call 315 245 1987 or check the events listed on Face Book or the cable access channel 99.