Event type: Ages 19+
Join the Friends of the EcoPark for a summer evening in the garden...
A picnic dinner consiting mainly of fruits and vegetables grown by the Clearview Community Garden volunteers. Beer, cider and wine will be available for purchase (cash only). The Garden Harvest will also feature live music and a silent auction (cash & debit).
We are raising funds for the new pergola which will be a focal point within the community garden!
The menu will be released at a later date.
We are pleased to welcome our musical guests, Honeymoon Phase and To Be Determined (duo).
If you require assistance purchasing or printing your ticket, please see the Friends of the EcoPark booth at Music, Market & Park It (220 Huron St., Stayner) on Thursday evenings from 5:30-8:30pm.
For any additional information, or to reserve a table of 6 people after ticket purchase, please email Erica at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About To Be Determined:
How many times have you seen those words on a concert announcement? Well, they really exist! To Be Determined are David Walsh (guitar/vocals) and Steve Lang (string bass/vocals), two slightly crazy musicians who enjoy nothing more than playing and singing the songs they love – from rock and folk to country and blues, from top hits to obscure deep cuts – for the sheer fun of it. What songs they’ll bring to their next show is …To Be Determined
About Honeymoon Phase:
Based out of Collingwood, Ontario, Honeymoon Phase’s husband and wife Laura Beattie (vocals/guitar) and Nelson Beattie (saxophone/clarinet) are a dynamic musical duo for your special event or intimate gathering. Combined, we have a background of 20 years studying, writing, and performing music, and offer a competent repertoire of hand-picked songs covering folk, rock, jazz, and blues genres. Honeymoon Phase will work with you to set the mood for your space and audience, uniquely curating their set list to meet your needs.
Cutoff is Thursday, September 1, 2022 2:29 pm EDT unless it sells out earlier.