The Jammin’ Java Coffeehouse, hosted by the Habitat Task Force of the Unitarian Universalist Church, will present nine talented and musical groups for a fun evening on Friday, Oct. 18, to benefit Habitat of Humanity for Monroe County.
The public is invited to this event from 7 to 10 p.m. in Fellowship Hall at the UU Church, 2120 N. Fee Lane. Performers will be: Hungry Five, German-Octoberfest style tuba music; Dan Lodge-Rigal, acoustic guitar; Travis Puntarelli, folk guitar; Keaton Springfield and Eric Bowling, classical piano and flute; King Bee and the Stingers, blues; The Wisely Quartet, jazz; Heartland String Band, folk; Ed Robbins and Julie Lawson, folk; and J.C. Clements with Jason Blankenship, blues/Americana.
Sweet and savory finger foods will be available. UUer Judy Allensworth will sell her handmade jewelry, also to benefit Habitat.
Come enjoy the music, food and good company – and help UU raise funds to sponsor a Habitat home.
Tickets will be sold at the door, open at 6:30 p.m.