HOMEGROWN COFFEEHOUSE, ACCOKEEK, MARYLAND
April 19, 2008 — 6:30-10:00
I’ll be playing about 10 minutes of material — yet to be selected — at the 8th Annual Talent Night of this venue at the National Colonial Farm on the Moyaone Reserve that the Viper has haunted for a number of years now, intermittently. I will likely go on sometime between 8:00 and 9:00.
The whole evening will feature a large slate of performers and poets. The flyer for the event remarks: “Donations appreciated — be a supporter of Local Artists and the Homegrown Coffeehouse).” For further information on the show or site, see the directions and contact information below the following listing of performers.
- Dinner music provided by The Mozart Orchestra of Kay Budner’s Violin Studio
- Beverly Woods (Storyteller and Poet)
- Kevin Dudley (Singer-Songwriter)
- Rey Robles (Guitarist)
- Diane Parks (Poet)
- Celtic Trio: Sarah & Laura Carts, & Keely Hollyfield (Hammered Dulcimer, Harp, and Violin)
- Terri Purcell-Diehl (Poet)
- The Viper (Ukulele Rhythm)
- Tom Seaton (Classical Guitar)
- Amy Lynn (Vocalist)
- Cliff Lynn (Poet)
- Rocky Jones (Poet)
Directions from the Capital Beltway: Take Beltway (495) going South: Take Exit 3A (Indian Head Highway, Route 210). Follow 210 south for approximately 9.2 miles. After you pass Farmington Road, you will take the next right onto the Bryan Point access road, (look for the National Colonial Farm sign), go left at the first stop sign, and right at the second stop sign onto Bryan Point Road. Follow approximately 4 miles to the end. National Colonial Farm, Educational Building. 3400 Bryan Point Road, Accokeek, MD. Follow signs for the Visitor’s Center; follow road to the right, parking on the left. For more information: 240-305-0876 and 301-283-3246.