Saturday, August 17, 2013

Fallen Hero: First Lieutenant Edward A. Kelly, U.S. Army

First Lieutenant Edward A. Kelly, U.S. Army, was born on May 28, 1915, son of Michael and Ellen Kelly. Edward lived with his parents and one brother at 129 Fisher Street. 
First Lieutenant Edward A. Kelly was an officer in the regular army having enlisted on November 13, 1934. When conflict broke out, 1LT Kelly was sent to a tank outfit for training at Fort Knox, Kentucky. He was then ordered to the Hawaiian Islands to serve in an amphibious tractor outfit. 1LT Kelly died a short time later on June 20, 1944, at age 29, while serving in Hawaii. 
1LT Edward A. Kelly was survived by his wife, Rose, and a child who were living in Los Angeles, CA at that time. 
First Lieutenant Edward A. Kelly was interred in the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific in Honolulu, Hawaii on February 17, 1949.

Fallen Hero: 1LT Edward Kelly

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Fallen Hero: Corporal John J. Kell, U.S. Army

Corporal John J. Kell, U.S. Army, was born in Franklin on November 4, 1924 to parents Archibald and Inez Kell. John lived with his parents, brothers and sisters at 39 Raymond Street and attended the Franklin Schools. 
CPL Kell volunteered from Franklin and served two years with the military police in England before asking for a transfer to active duty on the war front. John received a transfer to the infantry and was on active duty for several months before he was killed in action in Germany on April 17, 1945. 
Memorial services were conducted here in Franklin on May 13, 1945 honoring CPL John J. Kell whose eternal resting place is in an American Cemetery in Germany. 
Corporal Kell was 20 at the time of his death serving his country in World War II.

Fallen Hero: Corporal John Kell

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In the News: trial set, open house

Former state chemist from Franklin gets trial date

Former state chemist Annie Dookhan of Franklin, who sent ripples through Massachusetts' criminal justice system after allegedly tampering with evidence in drug cases, has a trial date.

Temple Etz Chaim slates open house

An open house in planned at Temple Etz Chaim, 900 Washington St., Franklin, on Friday, Aug. 23.

Friday, August 16, 2013

Fallen Hero: Second Lieutenant William G. Hosford, U.S. Army Air Corps

Second Lieutenant William G. Hosford, U.S. Army Air Corps, was born in Franklin on April 1, 1915, son of James R. and Mary Hosford. William lived with his parents and three brothers and three sisters at 22 Queen Street. William graduated from Franklin High School class of 1933 and later attended Michigan State University. 
William completed his flying course of instruction at Craig Field, Alabama and received his wings and commission on December 12, 1941. Second Lieutenant Hosford was assigned to the 35th Air Pursuit Squadron, 8th Pursuit Group, Port Moresby, New Guinae. On June 1, 1942 he was shot down by Japanese machine gun fire while in aerial combat flying a Bell P-39F. 
Second Lieutenant William Hosford had written in letters to family and friends of his eagerness to serve his country even to the point of giving up his life, should it be necessary. When 2nd LT Hosford was called upon to make the supreme sacrifice, those nearest to him knew that he made it willingly. 
Second Lieutenant William G. Hosford was 27 years old at the time of his death and now eternally rests in the Honolulu Memorial Site on Honolulu, Hawaii.
Fallen Hero: 2nd L William Hosford

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Fallen Hero: Sergeant Timothy J. Hayes, U.S. Army

Sgt Timothy J. Hayes, U.S. Army was born on October 14, 1914, the son of Daniel and Margaret Hayes. 
Sgt Hayes was graduated from Franklin High School in 1932 and was the husband of the former Eleanor McGrory. The couple was married in Franklin on May 16, 1943 and lived at 62 Cross Street.\ 
Sgt Timothy Hayes served in the regular army prior to Pearl Harbor and was called back into service when war against Japan broke out. Sgt Hayes was sent to England in October of 1943 for several months to undergo rigorous airborne unit training as a paratrooper in preparation for the D-Day invasion. 
The Normandy assault was in two phases, an air assault landing of airborne troops shortly after midnight and an amphibious landing of Allied Infantry and armored divisions along the coast of France commencing at 6:30 am. 
Sgt. Timothy Hayes was in the 502nd Parachute Infantry Regiment, Company D deployment drop and on June 14, 1944 died of wounds received in combat during the D-Day invasion. 
Sgt Timothy J. Hayes was 29 years old at the time of his death and rests eternally in the Normandy American Cemetery in France

Fallen Hero: Sgt Timothy Hayes

Rep Roy: What's happening in the 10th Norfolk district

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Rep. Roy joins Tech Hub Legislative Caucus

Rep. Roy has joined the Massachusetts Tech Hub Legislative Caucus created to increase awareness about the goals, capabilities, and reach of the tech economy and will give legislators the opportunity to connect with some of the top tech executives from companies around the Commonwealth.  Representative Kathi-Anne Reinstein (D-Revere) will serve as Co-Chair of the newly formed Tech Hub Caucus with Senator Karen Spilka (D-Ashland).

"Massachusetts is one of the hubs of the knowledge economy, and we need to harness technology to produce economic benefits and create jobs," noted Rep. Roy. "I have been visiting businesses in the district to hear about ways to keep Massachusetts competitive, and to help our businesses thrive.The Tech Hub Caucus will offer a forum to build on these ideas and develop an action plan."
"As technology becomes increasingly present in our everyday lives, growing our tech sector is paramount to the Commonwealth's long-term economic development," Representative Reinstein said.  "Opening the lines of communication between lawmakers in the legislature and officials in the tech community enables us to learn from one another.  This group will better prepare us to identify polices that foster innovation and drive the tech sector forward.  Sustaining a vibrant tech sector will be beneficial across all industries, spurring job creation and expanding opportunities for our own citizens while encouraging entrepreneurs to locate in Massachusetts."
According to the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative, there are 10,000 firms in the technology sector in Massachusetts, accounting for 180,000 workers and 20 percent of gross state product.  The technology industry is one of the state's most vibrant and important economic drivers, directly and indirectly supporting the employment of nearly half a million residents. Going forward, Tech Hub Caucus meetings will aim to facilitate greater interaction between industry actors and policymakers and drive open conversation around any number of topics relevant to the tech sector, from talent development and the scope of big data to the impact of new tech innovations in health care, energy, and education.  The Caucus platform will hopefully prove to be an important step forward for raising tech's profile among state policymakers and supporting more informed decision-making.

Regional dispatch bill becomes law

Last month Governor Deval Patrick signed into law Rep. Roy's bill to establish a regional dispatch center for Franklin, Wrentham, Plainville and Norfolk. Known as of House No. 2189, the law allows the four communities to enter into a written agreement for the purpose of establishing a district to construct, equip, operate and maintain a consolidated regional public safety communications and dispatch center. 
"This is an important matter for public safety," said Rep. Roy. "Combining the dispatches for all of the towns will improve the response times, save taxpayer dollars, and make the citizens of the region safer."  "The bill would also give the towns quicker access through joint resources. Dispatchers at a regional center will have state-of-the-art tools and the latest technology. Rather than facing the numerous distractions in a typical police station, the dispatchers in the regional center can focus exclusively on taking calls and alerting first responders.

In addition, the consolidation of resources and enhanced technology will allow dispatchers to stay on the line with a caller during an emergency—providing CPR instructions, for example—while another dispatcher follows through with lining up the response resources. And the dispatchers will receive training that will get them up to, and keep them at, professional standards set by the Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials-International. In short, the center will offer amenities that communities could not afford by going it alone.

Franklin slideshow

Franklin is featured in a WCVB mystery town slideshow. The slideshow features 43 images from around Franklin, and highlights many of the unique features of the community.

Please check it out by clicking here and see why it is such a great place to live, work, and raise a family.

Interns offer help to community

We had three great interns join us for the summer. Each of them brought a fresh perspective, lots of energy and enthusiasm, and a unique sense of purpose.

This summer, Tim Featherston, a student at the University of Michigan, Susan Siraco, a student at Framingham State University, and Tim Curley, a student at Babson College, complemented our State House team.

"They made some significant contributions to our work on behalf of the citizens of Franklin and Medway, and it was an honor to work along side them," noted Rep. Roy. "They provided help with letters, constituent services, and research, and demonstrated energy, enthusiasm, and diligence at all times."

Congratulations and thank you Tim, Susan and Tim. We wish you the best when you return to school this fall.

2013 Pan Mass Challenge

Earlier this month, Rep. Roy joined over 5,000 riders in the 2013 Pan Mass Challenge. This was his 11th ride and he is shown above with his team Phil's Phriends.

The PMC, which began in 1980, is the nation's oldest and most successful bicycling fundraising event and shows what the determination of each individual can do.

"For the past 11 years, I have enjoyed riding in this event, and channeling energy into funds necessary to help research into finding a cure for cancer," said Rep. Roy. "I am honored by the support received from so many people who have joined the effort to eradicate cancer, and look forward to doing it again next year."
The event has been instrumental in helping Dana-Farber Cancer Institute's clinicians and researchers learn more about cancer and its causes, and to develop new, increasingly effective treatments for this deadly disease. Over the past 33 years, PMC cyclists have ridden to raise and contribute $375 million to cancer research.
You still have time to donate to the cause and can do so by clicking here.

Legislature upholds commitment to local aid

Last month Rep. Roy joined his colleagues in the Legislature to unanimously pass legislation that provides essential local aid to cities and towns. In addition, he supported the FY14 budget which included some increases in Chapter 70 and local aid for all Massachusetts communities, including Franklin and Medway. You can see more details about the budget by clicking here.
"The House has taken decisive action to support the residents of Massachusetts by providing robust local aid and making responsible investments in our state's infrastructure," said House Speaker Robert A. DeLeo (D-Winthrop). "By overriding the veto of local aid, we are ensuring that municipalities can protect key services and make crucial investments to advance the Commonwealth's economic growth."

"The budget reflects the priorities of the Commonwealth and the needs of cities, towns and residents, while also maintaining the highest level of fiscal responsibility and accountability," noted Rep. Roy. "It makes important and thoughtful investments in many of our core services and programs in the Commonwealth, including education, care for the elderly, housing, distressed hospitals and mental health."

The budget increases key areas of local education funding including $4.31 billion for Chapter 70, full funding for educating high-needs special education students and $51.5 million for Regional School Transportation. The budget also allocates a $15 million investment in early education that will take approximately 2,000 children off the waitlist for income-eligible child care. The budget also takes decisive action to increase funding for the University of Massachusetts, state universities and community colleges, including $478.9 million for UMass to prevent tuition and fee increases in the upcoming school year.

The budget provides numerous health and human services provisions including $187.2 million to elder home care services, an increase of $6.2 million that will eliminate the 1,500 person waitlist for elder home care services, and increases funding for housing programs by $18.2 million to ensure safe and sustainable housing options. 
The legislation also implements new oversight within the Executive Office of Health and Human Services, which administers the electronic benefits transfer (EBT) program, to bolster the waste and abuse prevention reforms enacted in the FY '13 budget. The budget also creates The Bureau of Program Integrity to provide continuous oversight of public assistance programs while maintaining eligibility verification and ensuring we focus our state resources on those residents who are most in need of state assistance.

Lastly, the budget expands and funds numerous economic development initiatives, including more than $20 million in anticipated gaming revenue to a variety of manufacturing-related programs.

Locally, the FY14 budget also includes a Chapter 70 increase of $157,550 for Franklin and $60,525 for Medway. It also includes a $20,000 grant for Franklin's sculpture park and $15,000 to help fund the Vietnam Moving Wall in Medway. 
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Farmers Market - today, noon to 6:00 PM

on the Town Common, along the High St side.

Franklin, MA: Farmers Market
Farmers Market today

You can also register your son or daughter for Boy or Girls Scouts today at the Town Common during the Farmers Market hours.

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Fallen Hero: Private First Class Frank Grzyboski, U.S. Army

Private First Class Frank Grzyboski, U.S. Army, was born March 7, 1924 the son of Eliash and Wictorya Grzyboski and lived with his parents, four sisters and two brothers during his early years in Framingham. Frank came to live here in Franklin with his sister, Mary Vendetti, at 131 East Street, the residence from which he enlisted on March 22, 1943. PFC Frank Grzyboski was a member of the 290th Infantry Division which was stationed in Missouri. 
Frank was a hunter and a family story about him is as follows: “Frank had caught a pheasant which he had stuffed. His sister, Mary, had possession of the stuffed pheasant and kept it on top of a flat corrugated cardboard closet. One night while Mary was lying on her bed, the pheasant fell over. Mary thought nothing of this event until she later got word that her brother, Frank, had died at 7 pm that very same day the bird had fallen over. 
Private First Class Frank Grzyboski, U.S. Army, died on June 5, 1943 during a shooting training accident. 
PFC Frank Grzyboski was 19 years old at the time of his death serving his country during World War II.

Fallen Hero: PFC Frank Grzyboski

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Fallen Hero: Lieutenant (jg) Howard T. Feeley, U.S. Navy

Lieutenant (jg) Howard T. Feeley of the U.S. Naval Air Corps was born on August 25, 1916, son of Dr. J. Henry and Helen Howard Feeley. Howard lived at 21 School Street with his parents, one sister and one brother. Howard was a graduate of Franklin High School and attended Boston University and the University of Maine before entering the Naval Air Corps. 
Lieutenant (jg) Howard Feeley saw considerable action as a patrol commander aboard the famous Catalina flying boats. The Catalinas hunted U-boat packs and surface raiders in the Carribean and Atlantic. LTJG Feeley was also squadron commander of a flight of heavy planes which saw much action in Africa. He aided in the rescue of survivors of torpedoed ships, and carried cargoes of men, machinery, mail, food and weapons in addition to his regular patrol work. 
Lieutenant (jg) Howard T. Feeley lost his life on July 5, 1943 in a take-off crash at Deland, Florida, ironically after he had seen considerable combat action during the previous year. In the recent months prior to his death, LTJG Feeley had been training a new squadron of the navy’s newest bombers which were to be used as anti-submarine weapons. 
Lieutenant (jg) Howard T. Feeley was 26 years old at the time of his death on July 5, 1943 while serving his country during World War II.

Fallen Hero: LTJG Howard Feeley

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FHS Construction Update - and then there were windows!

I stopped by the high school on Saturday to check on the construction progress. The windows that carry the architectural feature of the Franklin Library to the new building are now getting installed.

Significant work on the parking lot and exit road are also underway and expected to be finished by the time school opens this August. No, the new high school won't be ready until Sep 2014 but the parking lot will be done now.

The photos from Saturday are as follows:


windows looking sharp!

and more windows!

all the wall stages in view

another view of all the wall stages

parking lot work underway

another view of the parking lot

what will be the exit

today's entrance is two way

view from Oak St of the exit and existing high school

Additional status photos of the building project and other related posts can be found here

Franklin Library: Underground Picassos

What is an underground Picasso?
An artist who lives to make their mark in the urban jungle or streetscape.

graffiti art

"before we deem it safe for people to go out there"

The disc golf course at Dacey Fields is looking for volunteers to help finish it, rather than folks to play it. Milford Daily News reports in an article in the Weds edition:
Though rough, the course has quickly become popular. But Jette would prefer that people wait until the department finishes its work, urging patience. 
"We are not advertising it for people to get out and play," he said. 
The course has even found fans beyond town lines. Jette said the department recently received a request from the New England Flying Disc Association to stage a tournament there. 
It’s not hard to find players, as the state has a strong disc golf community. "It seems to be a very fast-growing sport," he said. "There are probably about 20 courses in Massachusetts. There are even disc golf stores."

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Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Fallen Hero: Private First Class Lloyd M. Ellis, U.S. Army

Private First Class Lloyd M. Ellis, U.S. Army, born on December 8, 1921, was the son of Charles and Margaret Ellis, of 730 Union Street. For many years, Lloyd made his home here in Franklin with Mr. and Mrs. Warren Thayer of Fales Street. Lloyd attended the Franklin Schools and was graduated from Franklin High School in 1939 where he was a popular and talented member of his class. 
On November 14, 1942 Lloyd married the former Dorothy Brown of Franklin and he was employed as a machinist up until the time he entered the service of his country on September 13, 1943. After training, PFC Lloyd M. Ellis was sent overseas for combat in March of 1944. 
Private First Class Lloyd M. Ellis was killed in action in France on June 12, 1944 during the height of the battle following the American invasion of that country. 
Private First Class Lloyd M. Ellis was 22 years old at the time of his death during the invasion of France against the German forces.

Fallen Hero: PFC Lloyd Ellis

Fallen Hero: Private First Class Elton E. Ekstrom, U.S. Army

Private First Class Elton E. Ekstrom, U.S. Army, was born on November 11, 1918 to August and Hannah Ekstrom. Elton lived with his parents, four sisters and three brothers at 417 Lincoln Street. 
Elton attended the Franklin Public Schools and for a number of years lived on Lincoln Street and maintained his residence there after his marriage to the former Arlene Beals. Elton and Arlene were the parents of two sons, Paul and Elton, Jr. Paul graduated from West Point and served two tours of duty as an army helicopter pilot during the Vietnam War. Elton, Jr. also served in the army during the Vietnam War Era. 
PFC Elton E. Ekstrom served in the 87th Infantry Division of General Patton’s Third Army during the Rhine River crossing into Germany. Details of the Rhine River crossing as provided by Barbara Strang, 87th Infantry Division Historian, are as follows: “The assault boats of the 347th Battalion crossed the Rhine after midnight on March 25th. The Germans opened up with everything they had from the steep banks on the opposite side. Numerous boats were hit resulting in many casualties. Further assaults occurred at Rhens, Boppard, and Oberlahanstein.” 
Private First Class Elton E. Ekstrom was killed by machine gun fire on March 18, 1945 at age 26 while in combat crossing the Rhine River.

Fallen Hero: PFC Elton Ekstrom

Life is good Festival - Hall & Oates, Jack Johnson and more!

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 The Life is good Festival is coming to Canton, MA  September 21st and 22nd,  featuring a heavy line up with headliners like  Daryl Hall & John Oates, Jack Johnson, Amos Lee, The Roots, Trampled by Turtles, Dawes, and a some of our favorite children's music artists like Recess Monkey and Yo Gabba Gabba!  You'll find a full list of everyone who is appearing at the festival by clicking here, or you can visit the festival's website at   
The Life is good Festival is a kid-friendly event with lots of activities for the whole family like sack races, arts and crafts, magic shows, and much, much more! To see a complete list of what's happening at Life is good, please visit their activities page here.

All profits from the festival go directly to the Life is good Kids Foundation, a group that helps kids move past traumatic events in their lives through play.

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In the News: old and new, cookie bake-off, social media

Some of 'old Franklin' in new high school

Seeing the front of the new Franklin High School for the first time, longtime residents may regard it like a familiar face they can’t quite place.

Franklin - St. Rocco's cookie bake-off was one sweet contest

Even as people lined up to buy plates of Italian favorites at St. Rocco's Feast on Saturday, three were busy tasting and assessing an American classic: Chocolate chip cookies.

Milford-area schools cautiously addressing social media

Increasingly, laptops and iPads are replacing No. 2 pencils and notebooks in the classroom.

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Fallen Hero: Staff Sergeant Edward C. Dailey, U.S. Army Air Corps

Staff Sergeant Edward C. Dailey, U.S. Army Air Corps, son of John and Julia Dailey, was born on May 20, 1924. Edward lived with his parents and two sisters at 100 Union Street. Edward attended the Franklin public schools and graduated from Franklin High School in 1942. While at Franklin High, Edward was the captain of the basketball team and was an outstanding athlete in football and baseball as well. 
Edward Dailey entered the army in 1943 and was assigned to the air force where he qualified as an aerial gunner. SSgt Edward Dailey participated in 11 bombing missions before the fatal mission which took his life in 1944. The following details of the mission were sent to Edward’s family, by Maurice J. Beacond, Jr., the pilot of the targeted plane: “Staff Sergeant Edward C. Dailey lost his life while on a bombing mission over Hungary in an attack of German fighter planes who concentrated their attack on the U.S. bomber. The bomber was fatally hit, caught fire from nose to bomb-bays, went into a vertical dive, and exploded. 
Staff Sergeant Edward C. Dailey was 20 years old at the time of his death on August 20, 1944 somewhere over Hungary.

S/Sgt Edward Dailey

Fallen Hero: Captain Robert L. Cummings, U.S. Army

Captain Robert L. Cummings, U.S. Army, was born on August 10, 1915, the son of Louis and Ruth Cummings. Robert lived with his parents, one brother and two sisters at 65 Union Street. 
Robert graduated from Franklin High School with honors in 1933 and enlisted in the Army as a private in 1936. In 1937, he was appointed to West Point and upon completion, 4 years later, was commissioned a Second Lieutenant. In 1942 he received his promotion to First Lieutenant. In November of 1942, Robert married the former Blanche Barwell of North Andover. 
In January of 1943, Robert L. Cummings was promoted to Captain. Captain Cummings served overseas beginning in March of 1944. He took part in the invasion of Guam after having completed special jungle fighting training. Captain Robert L. Cummings, an officer of the famous 77th Infantry Division, lost his life on November 30, 1944 fighting against the Japanese on Leyte. 
Captain Robert L. Cummings was 29 years old at the time of his death on Leyte.
Fallen Hero: Cummings
Fallen Hero: Cummings

DPW - Initiative '14 Plan

TheDPW did get to post the presentation that they used for the Town Council meeting so we can share it here.

The summary from the Town Council meeting can be found here

My notes taken live during the meeting can be found here

Lincoln St construction - bridge closed Aug 14



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Circle of Friends Coffeehouse: Chris Smither and Red Molly coming soon

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An Evening with Chris Smither at the
Circle of Friends Coffeehouse
Saturday, Sep 28, $30

Red Molly
with Layah Jane
Saturday, October 19, $25

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Sending out this heads-up because both of these upcoming shows have sold-out in the past. Get your tickets now to avoid disappointment.

The Circle of Friends Coffeehouse is a non-profit organization affiliated with Franklin's First Universalist Society. Concerts are presented in a smoke free and alcohol free environment at the Society's handicapped accessible Meetinghouse, 262 Chestnut St. in Franklin, and begin at 8:00 PM; doors open at 7:30 PM. Beverages and gourmet desserts will be available. Please call (508)528-2541 or visit to purchase tickets or for more information.

Other Upcoming Shows
Nov 9th Seth Glier and Liz Longley
Nov 23rd The Kennedys with the Boxcar Lilies
Dec 14th A Celtic Christmas featuring Robbie O'Connell and Aoife Clancy

PLAY Sat Sep 28 13, 08:00 PM
Chris Smither
Tickets: $30
PLAY Sat Oct 19 13, 08:00 PM
Red Molly, Layah Jane
Tickets: $25
PLAY Sat Nov 09 13, 08:00 PM
Seth Glier, Liz Longley
Tickets: $20
PLAY Sat Nov 23 13, 08:00 PM
The Kennedys, The Boxcar Lilies
Tickets: $20
  Sat Dec 14 13, 08:00 PM
Robbie O'Connell, Aoife Clancy
Tickets: $25
A Celtic Christmas
PLAY Sat Jan 18 14, 08:00 PM
Pesky J. Nixon, Spuyten Duyvil
Tickets: $20
Two great bands!
  Sat Feb 01 14, 08:00 PM
Joni Mitchell's Blue: A 40th Anniversary Celebration.
Tickets: $20
Meg Braun, Anna Dagmar, Honor Finnegan, Sharon Goldman, Victoria Lavington, Catherine Miles, Karyn Oliver, Elisa Peimer, Cheryl Prashker, Allison Scola, Carolann Solebello, and Allison Tartalia perform ALL of the songs from Blue plus original songs inspired by Joni Mitchell.
PLAY Sat Mar 01 14, 08:00 PM
Amy Black, Girls Guns And Glory
Tickets: $20
Split bill
PLAY Sat Mar 22 14, 08:00 PM
Lori McKenna, Mark Erelli
Tickets: $25
  Sat Apr 05 14, 08:00 PM
Garnet Rogers, Archie Fisher
Tickets: $20
  Sat Apr 26 14, 08:00 PM
Zoƫ Lewis
Tickets: $20
PLAY Sat May 10 14, 08:00 PM
Ellis, Joe Crookston
Tickets: $20
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