Saturday, Sept. 22 7pm
Ed Ryan Band:
Tom Petty Tribute
We’re kicking off the new concert season with another Outdoor Concert from The Ed Ryan Band. Enjoy Petty’s biggest hits as well as his less known gems; all of which are timeless music. Chairs are limited so bring chairs or blankets. Rain will move the show to the Community Rooms.
Friday, Sept. 28 7pm
Hispanic Heritage Month Concert
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with crowd favorite guitarist Arrizza performing Nouveau Flamenco. Arrizza fuses spicy sounds of the Caribbean and Latin-America with the music of Southern Spain. Authentic Hispanic desserts will be served.
Friday, Oct. 12 7pm
Peter Morrison & Friends: Rogers & Hammerstein Tribute
Local musicians Peter Morrison, Gregg Sixt and Kathleen Gubitosi will do a musical tribute to Rodgers & Hammerstein including favorites like “I’m in Love with a Wonderful Guy” and “My Favorite Things”.
Friday, Nov. 16 7pm
Buddy Merriam & Back Roads Quartet
Local bluegrass legends, Buddy Merriam and Back Roads Quartet will play their signature, driving form of traditional bluegrass music featuring Mandolin, fiddle and guitar. They’ll be playing after our community pot-luck thanksgiving dinner which takes place at 6pm.
Friday, Dec. 21 7pm
Friday, Jan. 18 7pm
Friday, Feb. 22 7pm
Friday, March 8 7pm
The Vendettas Rock ‘N’ Roll Holiday Spectacular
Toby Tobias: Journey from Johannesburg
Rhonda Denet: Stevie Wonder Tribute
Women’s History Month: Sheri Miller
Our annual holiday concert welcomes back our old friends The Vendettas to perform many holiday selections done in a mix of rockabilly and roots rock ‘n’ roll including Elvis, Johnny Cash & Chuck Berry.
Friday, March 15 7pm
Fiddler’s Green are back again this year with their popular blend of traditional Irish folk tunes, ballads and pub sing-along songs always delight. The celebration continues with Irish soda bread and beverages after the music.
This trio’s performance will tell the story of Toby’s journey through 3 continents as his original songs are interspersed with small narrated vignettes about growing up in South Africa, Israel and the USA.
Friday, April 12 7pm
Long Island Composers Alliance
LICA is the only organization devoted to creating, promoting, presenting, recording and preserving the best original, contemporary music by composers living and working on L.I. Their original compositions will be present in the classical style featuring instruments such as piano, violin, cell guitar and others.
Celebrate Black History Month by welcoming back popular, power-house performer Rhonda Denet with a tremendous performance of Stevie Wonder classics. Dessert buffet to be served.
Friday, May 10 7pm
The Karpenteers is dedicated to the music of 1970s pop superstars The Carpenters. Performing faithful renditions of hits including “We’ve Only Just Begun,” “Close to You,” “Rainy Days & Mondays,” “Yesterday Once More,” “Top of the World” and many more.
Sheri miller writes and performs her soulful songs while accompanying herself on guitar and piano. She will sing a range of songs sung/written by women such as Judy Garland, Ella Fitzgerald and more
Saturday, June 1 7pm
Long Island’s premier blues and soul musician Ahmad Ali, back by his skilled group of players, will perform a medley of blues and soul hits from the ’60s to the present in a program he calls “The Soundtrack of Our Lives”