Click for details about SMAC Concert packages offered at the Snowvillage Inn
         
STONE MOUNTAIN ARTS CENTER CALENDAR OF EVENTS Click for Printable Version

     
Scehdule of Events Directions to Stone Mountain Arts Center Carol Noonan Andy Buck Master Timber Framer Return to Home Page Functions and Catering Gift Certificates SMAC Memberships Shows just added to the Calendar Dining and Sample Menu Special Functions and Weddings Advertise with Us FAQs About the Owners Carol Noonan and Jeff Flagg About Stone Mountain Arts Center Click here for info about Carol's newest album

 

Thanks for checking out our schedule... Tickets are on sale Online or at the Arts Center Box Office.

We would love to talk to you all in person, but we have a small staff, so our physical box office is open on a limited basis. If you would like to visit us or come up in person to buy a ticket please call or email us first to make sure we are open. To Contact us, email is best or call and leave a message. You might actually catch someone in person!!

Join Our Mailing List below
to find out when tickets go on sale and hot-off-the-press info about upcoming shows.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
We are not on Facebook.
To receive the latest news and offers from SMAC, please Join Our Mailing List
Join Our Mailing List
Email:
   
 

click for a
List of Shows you missed!

 

Do not use...GPS, Google, MapQuest, etc. to get here! Some of the old roads they send you on are NOT passable. Please use our directions, and you will get here easily.

UCP " Up Close and Personal"
...
means an artist that would usually play a much larger room, to many more people. We get to see them in a much more intimate setting... well, just up close and personal!!! Look for the indication of a more intimate performance...
Food and Beverage Service:
Stone Mountain Arts Center serves fine wines and imported beers. A casual dinner will be served before select shows.
To Order Tickets:
Secure online ticket purchase is available for each show anytime by clicking on the show desired OR you may call the box office at 1-207-935-7292.

Credit Card Policy:
Just say NO to Plastic!
Credit cards (Visa & MC) may only be used for advanced online ticket purchase. Credit cards will NOT be accepted at the Arts Center for food, beverage, or merchandise. We will accept cash or in and out of state checks. Thanks for supporting the cause.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
   
   
 
Performance Calendar
   
Scheduled Performances for 2018:  
August 16 (Thursday): Stone Mountain LIVE Anniversary Show... Support SMAC!
In Concert Carol Noonan and the Stone Mountain Boys Featuring Duke Levine and Kevin Barry With Special guest singer songwriter Robbie Fulks

Our Annual Event to benefit the one and only Stone Mountain Arts Center!

Concert and Auction!

If you love us, this is a way to show it!!! Its no secret that SMAC needs a little help now and then. Its not easy to bring music up here all year long. Some shows will sell and some some won't, so you need a safety net for that. Consequently we do a few shows a year that provide that safety net. Not to mention all the improvements we can make with your support. We did so much last year with your help! The music will be amazing…. Adding award winning and grammy nominated Robbie Fulks and our "Boys" including guitar Gods, Duke Levine and Kevin Barry are just not to be missed. It will be a special night, and lots of special items will be auctioned off too and a live auction hosted by "Nigel Hoggsbottem", aka Mike Miclon. Items like season passes, autographed items, tickets, cool items donated by local businesses...and more...so bring your checkbook and support SMAC. We are here for you and we support many great causes all year long too...we hope that love comes around to us as well. We hope to see all our regulars!!

About Robbie: What do you get when you send a Chicago boy to Nashville? He gets back on the bus..that's what! Thankfully this twice grammy nominated artist has found a home at SMAC at least annually. He is the epitome of an alt country song writer and if you're angry that country music ain't what it used to be, then you will love Robbie, because while he forges ahead with is own style, no one embraces the traditions of county and bluegrass like Robbie. With that beautiful high tenor voice, he plays that part perfectly. The New York Times said, "Fulks is a gifted guitarist, a soulful singer with an expressive honky-tonk tenor, and a natural performer. But what really sets him apart is his songwriting, which is one part artful country, one part artful sendup of country and one part a little of everything else... It's sort of country meets David Lynch." I think that sums him up pretty good. He is a cult favorite among musicians and one of our favs! Hey, all you Buddy Miller, Flatlanders, Jim Lauderdale, Bill Kirchen type fans....this guy's for you!

Tabs? Please note: Because of the fund raising nature of this show, the use of Membership Passes is discouraged but are certainly applicable. You guys already support us a lot, so we will leave it up to you to use your tab for this one or not :> )

August 17 ( Friday): Cheryl Wheeler & Kenny White click for details
We always love Cheryl of course but we really lov'er when Kenny joins her. They are the bestest of friends and are a completely entertaining duo. We are lucky to have them both with us for one special night.
About Cheryl Wheeler: Critic Scott Alarik said it best: " It has always seemed as if there were two Cheryl Wheelers, with fans of the New England songwriter relishing watching the two tussle for control of the mic. There is poet-Cheryl, writer of some of the prettiest, most alluring and intelligent ballads on the modern folk scene. And there is her evil twin, comic-Cheryl, a trend defier and savagely funny social critic. The result is a delightful contrast between poet and comic" And we love both those Cheryls! She is not afraid to speak her mind about politics, religion any any other issues in the national debate! She is always a delight... even more so when her pal Kenny is with her.....
About Kenny White in our neck of the woods, seems like a relative newcomer to the world of the touring singer-songwriter, Kenny began his career in the 1970s touring extensively as the keyboard player for Jonathan Edwards and Livingston Taylor. He then became a fixture in the NY studio scene throughout the 1990s, producing and arranging literally hundreds of commercials for TV and radio. Commercials enabled him to work with artists like Gladys Knight, Linda Ronstadt, Ricky Skaggs, Aaron Neville and even the London Symphony Orchestra. He produced Shawn Colvin's Grammy-nominated song, "I Don't Know Why" and performed on Marc Cohn's platinum debut record. He began traveling with and opening shows for many of his friends and colleagues including Cheryl Wheeler, Jonathan Edwards, and Richard Shindell. Kenny often travels with Judy Collins as her opening act throughout North America and Europe and is signed to her label. Kenny is a classic piano man, and if you have not heard him, you have to!!

August 23 (Thursday): An Evening with Shawn Colvin click for details
With multiple Grammy’s to her credit, Shawn Colvin is one of the most important singer songwriters of our time. Always reinventing herself and taking new musical journey, her music is as vital and poignant as the years when "Suuny Came Home” could be heard all over crossover radio. Her latest album, The Starlighterfinds the Grammy-winning singer, songwriter and guitarist once again reaching back to her childhood for this album of lullabies and children's songs inspired by the Lullabies and Night Songs, a book of songs for children, including many traditional tunes, arranged for piano by Alex Wilder and distinctively illustrated by Maurice Sendak that she remembers as a young piano student in South Dakota.

The selections that Colvin chose for The Starlighter run the gamut from traditional fare like "Hush Little Baby" and "Raisins and Almonds" to "Minnie and Winnie" with words by 19th century poet Alfred, Lord Tennyson, and "Cradle Song," with lyrics by celebrated English poet William Blake. Colvin and producer Doug Petty remain true to Wilder's original arrangements while also embellishing them with gentle orchestration, horns, accordion, piano and Colvin's signature acoustic guitar. The result is an album that captures the magic and mystery of children's lullabies while also offering a moving and timeless musical experience. She is a true artist and when you see this video capturing the feel of this new album, you will be movingly reminded of that artistry. She is just cool as all get out.

August 24 ( Friday): Chris Thomas King click for details
Louisiana born Multi-talented Grammy Award-winning blues artist, producer, composer and actor Chris Thomas King was thrust into the spotlight as the young blues singer from "O Brother Where Art Thou", but Chris is so much more. He has stretched the boundaries of all his favored genres from Jazz to Hip Hop. New Orleans born, his roots are in the delta blues, but he is considered a contemporary blues man, who not only preserves the tradition of the blues and its African American roots, but also the originality of its influence on the music of today. His first visit to SMAC we promised would not be his last….he was great, and you don't want to miss him this time around. would be Here is a more recent version of that song that we all loved from O Brother... click to watch the video.

August 30 (Thursday): Taj Mahal Trio click for details
Sorry, this is a non tab show.
If you look up Taj on the Internet, words like “international treasure” and "legend ” come up with his name. We couldn't agree more., A unique blues man and song writer, celebrating decades of recording and touring. He has single handedly reshaped the definition and scope of the blues via the infusion of exotic sounds from the Caribbean, Africa and South Pacific, and this the two-time Grammy winning singer, songwriter, film composer, guitarist and multi-instrumentalist is as vital today as he was in his early career with bands like the Elektras and the Rising Sons. WE are so happy to have him back…its been too long. A great intimate way to see a big talent who is lately deservedly only been on big stages. This is a great video, and this song always makes us smile.

August 31
( Friday): Oliver the Crow click for details
Ya know, we get a lotta folks sending us music to be considered for a performance here at SMAC. I wish I could get to them all, but its really hard to get the time to thoughtfully listen. And it’s a challenge to bring acts here that might be unknown to our neck of the woods. But once in a while something makes me open an email or a YouTube. It was snowing, I had. cup of tea, and I clicked on this band’s youtube….so glad I did. They are a little Civil Wars a little Gillian and David, a little Natalie and Alasdair, a little Jay and Molly, but a lot unique and terrific. What is so cool about them is how they so simply and beautifully, use their cello and fiddle only..no other instruments but their soulful voices. Here are two YouTubes you should check out : I just love this first old tune, and this is what hooked me in. Kaitlyn sings on her own here, but listen to the second you tube too, so you can hear them together.

*Six Feet of Earth | * Bury Beneath the Willow

Another great act to try that you may not know….they should be a household word..start the movement!

September 1 ( Saturday): Duke Levine & The Super Sweet Sounds of the 70s details
A 70’s Inspired Evening of Instrumental Music,Duke Levine Style.

Anyone who knows Duke knows that he is an amazing guitar player, but what Duke is really, is a guitar artist. (please don't say that with a New England accent).This is not a tribute night but a night that does pay tribute to some of Dukes’ favorites from a decade that had a slew of genres and styles, all popular at the same time. Duke is a terrific composer but he is also so additionally gifted in the art of interpreting a good song. This show gives him a chance to show that side of him with this stellar band. Featuring: Kevin Barry Lap Steel & Guitar* Mike Rivard - Bass* Dean Johnston - Drums* Paul Schultheis - Keys* Yahuba - Percussion.

In Duke’s words, “ Take a stroll down the bong-lined sidewalks of my musical youth. Some of my favorite musicians are gonna help me travel back to a time when anything from the Lord's Prayer, to Charlie Daniels were all on the Seventies Top 40. We'll do some you know, some you never heard, and some you may have wanted to forget, all instrumental!” In my words, “All so cool!” So come to listen and experience...bring no expectations of reliving your youth cause lets face it, there is a lot to forget when it comes to the hairdos and the polyester shirts. But remember where you were when you heard that song…For this night, you will be up here on the hill, creating a new memory with Duke and the guys.

Here’s a little sample: Duke and Kevin or the whole band with a special guest

September 7 (Friday): The Tom Snow Quartet featuring Ralph Norris details
Hooray! We are welcoming back our friend, pianist Tom Snow, to once again bring the sweet sounds of jazz to SMAC. For over thirty years, Tom has played piano with countless magnificent musicians. He’s one of “those guys” who can comfortably carouse in the circles of jazz, folk, classical, and rock. Last year, we had Tom lead TWO amazing jazz shows for capacity audiences! Of course many you also know him as a constant sidekick and accompanist for Jonathan Edwards. On this night, Tom is bringing top shelf drummer, Les Harris, Jr., and the extraordinary talents of bassist, Jim Lyden. As an extra special treat, the trio is joined by long time friend and veteran saxophonist, Ralph Norris. Ralph’s sublime tone and gorgeous phrasing are the envy of many! All of the folks in this quartet are well known and beloved by fans of the New England jazz scene. This concert is sure to be packed, so we hope you’ll grab your tickets early.

September 8 (Saturday): Ward Hayden & The Outliers click for details
(formerly Girls Guns and Glory)
Ward Hayden & The Outliers:
If Chris Isaac, Buddy Holly and Buck Owens started a band, it might sound like these guys! The twangy country rock and roll sounds of this fun band, is fronted by SMAC favorite and crooner Ward Hayden (we love him!) A smooth, authentic honky tonk/early rock & roll vibe with some country-folk thrown in there too...it is hard to peg these guys....but that's a good thing! An eclectic blend of musical styles that's reminiscent of Johnny Cash one minute, CCR the next, the all-male quintet mixes catchy melodies with cowboy vocals and creative percussion, hurling grit (sometimes grits) and heart into every tune. Don't miss this whole lotta fun night.

September 11 ( Tuesday): Robert Cray Band click for details
Can't wait to hear the best band in the world. If you haven't seen'em you have to..if you already have, you know you miss'em! Blues guitarist and singer songwriter Robert Cray is a five-time Grammy Award winner and a Blues Hall of Famer of course, but all the accolades in the world will not do justice to his live show. You know I talk about those hand full of artists that I always say you gotta see...this is one of them. Few both play guitar and sing so smoothly and heartfelt and that band is killer. And did I say they are the nicest buncha guys you will ever meet? Come see for yerself. A rare up close and personal concert. A SMAC FAV!

September 14 (Friday): The Suitcase Junket click for details
The first time Suitcase was here some lucky folks saw him as part of our free music series. That was the first time he blew everyone away. Last year he was back performing to a packed house and did the same. I just love this guy. Totally original and totally a giver when it some to his audience. You feel like part of his journey.

One man band, doesn't do this artist justice....Suitcase is an Artist, tinkerer, tunesmith, swamp Yankee. Matt Lorenz is a one-man salvage specialist singing into the hollow of a Dumpster guitar, slipping a broken bottleneck onto the slide finger, railing on a box of twisted forks and bones, rocking till every sound is ragged at its edges, till the house is singing back. Then, unplugging all the amps and letting one mountain ballad soar over the raw strings on that guitar. Every night is a hard-driving, blues-grinding, throat-singing search-and-rescue junket. Sooner or later everything rusts, busts, and gets tossed into the junk heap: iron, bones, leather, hot rods, muskrats, the night, the heart. The goal is to recover it. To waste nothing. To create new ways from old. This is The Suitcase Junket. Watch his YouTube video of him….I Love this song.

September 16 (Sunday): Mountain Top Music's
3rd Annual MAJESTIC GALA/ SWING WITH THE PJO! (Portland Jazz Orchestra)
This show is Moutain Top Promoted Event.
All Tickets and Info inquiries should be directed to:
http://www.mountaintopmusic.org/gala/

This show benefits Mountain Top Music Center in Conway, NH
Swing with the Big Band sounds of the PJO!

Mountain Top Music's 3rd Annual Majestic Gala includes open bar and appetizers, a full dinner, and a concert of Big Band swing music with the 18-person Portland Jazz Orchestra. Members of the PJO are professional musicians, many of whom have performed, recorded and toured with artists including Natalie Cole, Tony Bennett, Bob Mintzer, Marvin Stamm, Barry Manilow, Roberta Flack, the Temptations, the Artie Shaw Orchestra, and the Glenn Miller Orchestra.

About Mountain Top Music Center
Mountain Top Music Center is a community music school located in Conway, New Hampshire. Its mission is to enrich lives and build community by providing inspiring music education and by offering performance and listening opportunities throughout the area. The school offers progressive, coordinated music education to students of all ages.

For Tickets Go To: http://www.mountaintopmusic.org/gala/

September 21
(Friday): David Bromberg Quintet click for details
For Americana godfather David Bromberg, it all began with the blues. His incredible journey spans five-and-a-half decades, and includes – but is not limited to – adventures with Bob Dylan, George Harrison, Jerry Garcia, and music and life lessons from seminal blues guitarist Reverend Gary Davis, who claimed the young Bromberg as a son. A musician’ s musician, Bromberg’ s mastery of several stringed instruments (guitar, fiddle, Dobro, mandolin), and multiple styles is legendary, leading Dr. John to declare him an American icon. Back with his quintet, we are so happy to host this important musician.


September 27 ( Thursday): Birds of Chicago click for details
WOW..before you read about them, just watch this YouTube video and its all you will need to know you need to come see this band.

And if you need more than that: Birds of Chicago began in 2012 when Nero started writing for his vocal star-muse, Russell. Both were accomplished singer/songwriters with projects of their own, Nero with JT and the Clouds and Russell with the acclaimed Canadian roots outfit Po’ Girl, but together there was an unmistakable chemistry. A cross border band was born. Birds of Chicago’s music is an offering of healing, communion and celebration of life in a dark and troubled time. I love this band. The admission is free, but you should make an investment in this band for the long run.

* Ticket admission is free but you have to make a reservation with a credit card to claim your seat.( No shows will be charged 10.00 ) We also ask that if possible you bring a “goods” donation for the Harvest Hills Animal Shelter.

September 28 ( Friday): Vance Gilbert and Ellis Paul click for details
Two of my favorite folkies!!! Its been more than a decade since these two artists collaborated on their duo album, “Side of the Road” but they continue to share stages on occasion…and what an occasion for us it will be! Vance and Ellis have been the best of friends since they were both emerging on the Boston folk scene in the late 1980s. Since then, each has become recognized as one of the finest singer/songwriters in the country. While they couldn't be more different in their musical influences, they share a love of great songwriting and the belief in the power of music to affect people's lives. THis show brings together two of contemporary folk music's most unique voices - Ellis Paul & Vance Gilbert.You know’em, you love’em..dont miss’em : :>) Love this song

September 29 ( Saturday): Adam Ezra Group click for details
I took this quote from the first paragraph of a No Depression Magazine article. ."The Adam Ezra Group has built its reputation on self-described "sweaty, passionate," and enduring live performances. In fact, the Boston area ensemble's shows have become so notable that its fervent Northeast following has swapped more than 100 live bootleg recordings, which wouldn't be a problem for the band if it wasn't for one thing." That should tell you that seeing them live is where it's at. Adam and his band have been compared to Bruce and the E Street Band, ..like The Boss, he is a thoughtful singer songwriter fronting a rootsy, and sometimes folky rock band. The Group has been touring non-stop and packing venues across the country and shared the stage with Jason Mraz, Rusted Root, Bela Fleck, John Hiatt, Robert Randolph and the Family Band, Ziggy Marley, Little Feat and many others, With their new release underway the Adam Ezra Group will continue their national tour and come to us, with a new album Hurricane Wind and a momentum that is catapulting them towards being one of the country's most talked about bands.WE are so happy to have them back.

October 4 (Thursday): Slaid Cleaves click for details
Hailing from Maine originally, this now Austin songwriter might as well have been born in the lone star state. He's got the Austin style songwriting reminiscent of Joe Ely or Townes Van Zandt, but a style and sound all his own. He is simply one of my favorite songwriters, and why he is not a household word is beyond me. Great songs, great voice, great stories and handsome as all get out. If you are a fan from Maine, you will remember his old band the Moxie Men.....many towns and years later he still comes highly SMAC recommended.

October 7 (Sunday): Josh Ritter click for details
A musician and song writer, a singer and an author, Josh Ritter does it all.

With his strong voice, a keen wit, and an evocative way with words, he has built a loyal following as one of the leading lights on the contemporary folk scene. Born in Idaho, Ritter bought his first guitar after hearing the Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash classic "The Girl from the North Country." While attending college in Oberlin, Ohio, Ritter got his first taste of the music of Leonard Cohen and Gillian Welch; he instantly fell in love with their songs and dropped his neuroscience major in favor of the pursuit of music. As home to classic folk venues like Club Passim, Boston was the place Ritter chose to follow his dream. Soon signed by Signature Sounds Recordings their reissue "The Golden Age of Radio";gave it exposure on a national level, and the four- and five-star reviews started rolling in. The HBO series Six Feet Under grabbed a track from the album for their end credits and soon his single "Me & Jiggs" was in the Irish Top 40, a headlining tour of the country was sold out, and a tribute band named Cork was playing nothing but Ritter material in numerous Irish pubs. Back home, Ritter's following was growing with sold-out shows in New York City and Boston, while an invitation to the Sundance Film Festival helped begin 2003 on a high note.

Fast forward to today, he is a sought after headlining songwriter and creating new music for new fans all the time His latest album, “Gathering” reviews like:
"Josh Ritter remains at the top of his game two decades into a highlight-strewn career. He’d be forgiven for loosening his grip, but his hand has never felt surer." - NPR
"Midway between the country, gospel and soul camps, with thickly stacked harmonies that evoke the Dead’s own folk-rock classic American Beauty." - Rolling Stone

Don't miss this intimate show.

October 18 ( Thursday): Tia Brazda click for details
Another hidden gem from Canada..but not for long. Tia Brazda's sassy jazz-pop gems and vintage style have established her as a sparkling presence on the jazz scene at home and abroad, paying homage to the golden era while adding a modern twist. Having honed her cutting-edge sound in the clubs of Toronto, she burst onto the scene in 2012, hitting #1 on the iTunes Canada Jazz Chart as well as receiving play on BBC Radio 6, CBC Radio, Jazz FM 91.1 in Toronto and college radio stations across Canada. This debut brought her to Paris and Amsterdam as well as cities around the UK in support, in addition to performing at major festivals at home across Canada. She is just so great, with great songs and a great band, and now its time the US knew about her……and I'm glad we get to get a crack at her before she fills the big halls. I didn't know which video to pick…so here are my two favorites...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_cLj2FKz6A

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZ9G76XhkH8


October 19 ( Friday): Eileen Ivers and Universal Roots click for details
Eileen Ivers will change the way you think about the violin. Coined the Jimi Hendrix of the violin, fans got to know her as the electric and electrifying fiddle player in Riverdance. Grammy awarded, Emmy nominated, London Symphony Orchestra, Boston Pops, guest starred with over 40 orchestras, original Musical Star of Riverdance, Nine Time All-Ireland Fiddle Champion, Sting, Hall and Oates, The Chieftains, 'Fiddlers 3' with Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg and Regina Carter, Patti Smith, Al Di Meola, Steve Gadd, founding member of Cherish the Ladies, movie soundtracks including Gangs of New York, performed for Presidents and Royalty worldwide...WOW! This is a short list of accomplishments, headliners, tours, and affiliations. Eileen has established herself as the pre-eminent exponent of the Irish fiddle in the world today. And don't expect just Irish music. Eileen and her band cover the globe with their renditions of music from many different genres and geography. On a personal note, we have missed her and her colossal band something wicked!!

October 25 ( Thursday): Bob Marley click for details
You know'em, you love'm...more than 15 years as a stand-up comic, Maine's own Bob Marley is one of the hottest and most sought after comedians in the country. He has raised more than $12,000 for the Barbara Bush Children's Hospital after setting a new world's record for longest continuous stand-up routine as recognized by the Guinness Book of Records. He has been featured in his own special on Comedy Central, and is one of the few comics to do the complete late night TV circuit: The Late Show with David Letterman, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Late Night with Conan O’Brien and The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and Craig Kilborn. But all those accolades aside, he is just one of us, and we can't get enough of him. Always a sell out.

October 26 ( Friday): Lone Bellow TRIIIO Tour (one show only) click for details
The Lone Bellow is just WOW.. They have a rabid fan base filling big halls all over the country, but we are lucky enough to have them grace our humble barn for one show only! The Lone Bellow burst onto the scene with their self-titled debut in 2013. The Brooklyn-based band quickly became known for their transcendent harmonies, serious musicianship and raucous live performance — a reputation that earned them their rabid fan base. It's been three years since the band's victorious Then Came The Morning was released. Produced by The National's Aaron Dessner, the album was nominated for an Americana Music Award. The band appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," "Late Show With David Letterman," "Conan O'Brien," "CBS This Morning," "Later...with Jools Holland," and "The Late Late Show With James Corden" in support of the album. In the years since the release, the band left their beloved adopted home of Brooklyn and moved to Nashville. Now, The Lone Bellow released Walk Into A Storm, in 2017. Produced by legendary music producer Dave Cobb (Chris Stapleton, Sturgill Simpson, and more) and features their lead single "Time's Always Leaving." The trio, featuring Zach Williams (guitar/vocals), Kanene Donehey Pipkin (multi-instrumentalist), and Brian Elmquist (guitar), recorded this album in only seven days. I love this song and video of their hit from that album, "Times Always Leaving".

November 2 ( Friday): The Rough and Tumble click for details
One of those new acts that I stumbled or should I say "tumbled” upon and brought them to SMAC last year..wow were we glad we did! Everyone fell in love with them. In 2015 when 5 year members Mallory Graham and Scott Tyler quit their day jobs, sold everything they owned, and gave their thirty day notice on their rental house to trade in for a life permanently on the road. With their sixteen foot camper and their dog, Puddle, they have been touring nationwide. Yes, you get to meet Puddle!!! She will steal the show!! Don't let their vagabond tendencies fool you-- this americana-folk duo are a compact team of close harmonies, versatile instrumentation, and deliberate songwriting all presented with a nudge of the elbow and a tongue in the cheek. Haunting, quirky, solemn, and spritely, The Rough & Tumble are for the faint of heart and the strong of will.

November 3 ( Saturday): Chris Smither click for details
Simply one of those shows that you walk away , blown away after the show. Honing a synthesis of folk and blues for over 50 years, Chris Smither is truly an American original. Having distilled his own signature sound of blues and folk for over 40 years, Chris Smither is one of the best to ever hit our stage. With profound songs, dazzling guitar skills and his distinct gravelly voice he casts a spell over the audience one song at a time. Says the Chicago Sun Times - "Chris Smither has traveled countless miles with his careworn blend of folk and acoustic blues. His hallmarks include the fingers of an effortless musician, a voice as craggy and deep as the earth, the soul of a philosopher and master poet, and the foot-tapping percussion of a restless wanderer..." Couldn't have said it better myself. I hope he never retires!!!

November 9 ( Friday): Capitol Steps (One Show Only!) click for details
These folks will have lots of material for election week 2018 after another year with the new regime? They are back, and just in time for more election results! They Put the MOCK in Democracy. Music and political satire by The Capitol Steps, the Washington-based troupe of Congressional staffers turned songwriters. This was one of the first acts I booked when we first opened..it's like having good friends visiting when they are here. And don't we all need a good laugh when it comes to politics these days? Only one show, and last years show sold out by summertime! So don't wait!

November 11 ( Sunday): Big Sandy and His Fly-Rite Boys click for details
Big Sandy was only here at SMAC once, as a touring guest with Los Straitjackets. The night ended with him stepping on to the big Floor speaker to sing among the dancing crowd. He is an amazing singer and entertainer, and ever since then I have been trying to get him with his Swing/Rockabilly band The Fly-Rite Boys….and well Finally!! We are sooo excited for this show!

Big Sandy & His Fly-Rite Boys is a western swing/country boogie musical band from California. The band is composed of Robert Williams, alias Big Sandy, Ashley Kingman, Ricky McCann and Kevin Stewart. They began as rockabilly revivalists in the late 1980s, and has since been inducted into the Rockabilly Hall of Fame. Twenty Five Years later they have a new album out and in Sandy's own words, it is a labor of love for a career and band well worn: "Twenty-five years, fourteen albums & hundreds of thousands of miles. What a dream it's been! When I first got together for a garage rehearsal with a group of musician friends in the spring of 1988 in Anaheim, California, I never imagined that I would someday be celebrating the silver anniversary of the rocking little band that formed that afternoon.

Putting together the new all-acoustic record for Cow Island Music has brought back a flood of memories; we went through our entire catalogue of LP's, picked out some of our favorite original numbers, and gave them fresh new arrangements, rhythms, and instrumentation. In many ways , it was our way of looking back at everything that has led us to where we are now, while looking forward towards new musical horizons. Happy 25th Anniversary, Fly-Rite Boys! Here's to 25 more!” Yes, we agree Big Sandy…25 more it is! Come listen or bring your dancin’ shoes! See Him on Late Night With Conan.

November 15 ( Thursday): Shawn Mullins click for details
We just love this guy!! We are always trying to get him back since his show stopper of a performance some years back. Grammy nominated Show Mullins' critical breakthrough came when his song "Lullaby", from the album Soul's Core, became a radio and video hit. Another familiar hit, "All in My Head", was featured on the hit television sitcom "Scrubs”. But since then, he continues to write amazing songs and do amazing shows. THis is one of those shows people thank us for bringing to SMAC after it’s over. Don't miss him!

November 17 ( Saturday): Paula Cole click for details
Simply one of the best female singers I have ever heard. Songs like "Where have all the Cowboys Gone" and "I Don't Want to Wait" put her on the list of chart busters. But the first time I heard her she was singing back up for Peter Gabriel. When he featured her, it was clear by the hush and then roar of the crowd that she was headed for bigger and better things. Of course her star rose quickly and now we are lucky to be able to present her in our humble hall. Just what we need to warm a November evening. The only cool, will be the styling of her emotionally charged voice singing her own songs of life, love and a philosophy that is all her own. Don't miss it.

November 23 (Friday): Jay Ungar and Molly Mason Family Band click for details
Featuring Ruth Ungar and Mike Merenda.
The Family that plays together..stay together!
Well, even if they don’t all live under the same roof, this family makes terrific music and has a rip-roarin’ good time while they’re at it. The Jay Ungar & Molly Mason Family Band features Jay, Molly, Jay’s daughter Ruth Ungar, and her husband Mike Merenda.

Jay and Molly showcase Cajun, and Celtic fiddle tunes, and favorites from the golden age of country and swing—along with their own songs, fiddle tunes, and orchestral compositions. Jay and Molly have reached a wide audience through their appearances on Great Performances, A Prairie Home Companion, their own public radio specials, and through their work on film soundtracks such as Brother’s Keeper, Legends of the Fall, and a host of Ken Burns’ PBS documentaries. The two torch carriers of American music, have achieved international acclaim when their performance of Jay’s Ashokan Farewell, which became the musical hallmark of Ken Burns’ The Civil War on PBS …..winning a Grammy and Ashokan Farewell was nominated for an Emmy.

Mike and Ruthy Finding fame through their folk rock band, the Mammals, this songwriting duo are “musicians’ musicians” who have found fans and friends in the Americana world and beyond. As word of their well-loved records spread, the band quickly found themselves sharing bills with industry luminaries as diverse as The Avett Brothers, Milk Carton Kids, Elephant Revival, Ani DiFranco and The B-52s to name a “few” On a personal note I hate to pick favorites, but I think Ruthy’s voice is one of the most moving and beautiful voices of her genre and generation…a heartbreaking alto soulfully backed by Mike’s thoughtful playing, and singing. Great songs, a great family….a great show! They have it all!! Take a moment to watch their video.

November 30 ( Friday): Devonsquare Farewell Concert & Celebration click for details
And a celebration it will be.
We are honored to have this last swan song of a show for this amazing group. On the 30th anniversary of the Atlantic Records release of "Walking On Ice" the Folk-n-Roll band Devonsquare has decided this will be their last year of live performances. This final show with special guest Peter Gallway their longtime producer and performing artist will be the highlight of this final year for the band and fans alike. Tom Dean & Alana MacDonald, the 2 remaining original members of the group, will be joined by the original recording lineup of Teg Glendon (bass guitar) Bob Thompson (electric guitar) Michael McInnis (keyboards) Ron Boufard (drums) plus guitarist Robbie Coffin. There will also be some surprise guests! Don't miss this very special night for the band and all of us who have loved the music of Devonsquare.

December 1 ( Saturday): Devonsquare Farewell Concert & Celebration click for details
And a celebration it will be.
We are honored to have this last swan song of a show for this amazing group. On the 30th anniversary of the Atlantic Records release of "Walking On Ice" the Folk-n-Roll band Devonsquare has decided this will be their last year of live performances. This final show with special guest Peter Gallway their longtime producer and performing artist will be the highlight of this final year for the band and fans alike. Tom Dean & Alana MacDonald, the 2 remaining original members of the group, will be joined by the original recording lineup of Teg Glendon (bass guitar) Bob Thompson (electric guitar) Michael McInnis (keyboards) Ron Boufard (drums) plus guitarist Robbie Coffin. There will also be some surprise guests! Don't miss this very special night for the band and all of us who have loved the music of Devonsquare.

December 7 ( Friday): Carol Noonan and Dana Cunningham click to Order Tickets
Annual Christmas Concert at the Little White Church in Eaton, NH
with Special Guest Max Dyer on cello


*Please note....This show is e held at the Little White Church, but you can only buy tickets through the Stone Mountain Arts Center box office. SMAC passes or Gift Certificates are not applicable for this off site show.

Dana the composer and pianist, and Carol the singer songwriter together form a really beautiful and fun Christmas show that they play annually at this special place on Crystal Lake in the quaint village of Eaton NH...just over the border from the Stone Mountain Arts Center. This is a wee church, so seating is limited...a quick sell out. Advance tickets only.

*Speaking of tickets....again, you can only buy tickets through the Stone Mountain Arts Center box office. But again, the show is at the Little White Church. Seating is general admission (pew seating) only.

*There will be a coffee and cookies for an after show reception in the Liittle White Church downstairs gathering area. The Little White Church is located on route 153 in Eaton NH.

*SMAC Memberships do not apply for this off site show.

December 8 (Saturday): Carol Noonan and Dana Cunningham click to Order Tickets
Annual Christmas Concert at the Little White Church in Eaton, NH
with Special Guest Max Dyer on cello


*Please note....This show is e held at the Little White Church, but you can only buy tickets through the Stone Mountain Arts Center box office. SMAC passes or Gift Certificates are not applicable for this off site show.

Dana the composer and pianist, and Carol the singer songwriter together form a really beautiful and fun Christmas show that they play annually at this special place on Crystal Lake in the quaint village of Eaton NH...just over the border from the Stone Mountain Arts Center. This is a wee church, so seating is limited...a quick sell out. Advance tickets only.

*Speaking of tickets....again, you can only buy tickets through the Stone Mountain Arts Center box office. But again, the show is at the Little White Church. Seating is general admission (pew seating) only.

*There will be a coffee and cookies for an after show reception in the Liittle White Church downstairs gathering area. The Little White Church is located on route 153 in Eaton NH.

*SMAC Memberships do not apply for this off site show.

December 14 ( Friday): Stone Mountain LIVE for Christmas click for details
Hosted by Carol Noonan and the Stone Mountain Boys featuring Duke Levine and Kevin Barry with very special guest Guitar God Bill Kirchen

Great holiday music, beautiful halls all decked out, and lots of holiday fun all come together in one great night that has become a Maine treasured tradition.

About our Special Guest Bill Kirchen

Bill Kirchen is like SMAC's favorite Uncle. You hard core Commander Cody fans will know him as the the guy who made Hot Rod Lincoln famous. Kirchen is reported to be one of the musicians that pioneered the Americana radio format and is a founding father of the "twang core movement" which includes Dave Alvin, Wilco and Big Sandy & His Fly-Rite Boys. Kirchen's signature sound has been dubbed "dieselbilly" and incorporates elements of country music, blues, rockabilly, Western swing and boogie-woogie, laced with themes of American truck driving music. These days his songwriting could not be more vital. And I should put a youtube here with one of his more recent songs from his so latest and greatest.. But geez, I gotta remind you of who this amazing tall drink of water is. So here he is, earnin' his paycheck above and beyond.

December 15 ( Saturday): Stone Mountain LIVE for Christmas click for details

Hosted by Carol Noonan and the Stone Mountain Boys featuring Duke Levine and Kevin Barry with very special guest Guitar God Bill Kirchen


Great holiday music, beautiful halls all decked out, and lots of holiday fun all come together in one great night that has become a Maine treasured tradition.

About our Special Guest Bill Kirchen

Bill Kirchen is like SMAC's favorite Uncle. You hard core Commander Cody fans will know him as the the guy who made Hot Rod Lincoln famous. Kirchen is reported to be one of the musicians that pioneered the Americana radio format and is a founding father of the "twang core movement" which includes Dave Alvin, Wilco and Big Sandy & His Fly-Rite Boys. Kirchen's signature sound has been dubbed "dieselbilly" and incorporates elements of country music, blues, rockabilly, Western swing and boogie-woogie, laced with themes of American truck driving music. These days his songwriting could not be more vital. And I should put a youtube here with one of his more recent songs from his so latest and greatest.. But geez, I gotta remind you of who this amazing tall drink of water is. So here he is, earnin' his paycheck above and beyond.

NOTE: This is a benefit show. Passes not applicable.

December 21 (Friday): Lori McKenna for SMAC!!! click for details
This Night’s Concert Supports SMAC's Improvemnt Fund and Winter Readying!
Thanks Lori!!!!!!


Before the new year, we had to get her here and she is so" humble and kind” to do this show to support us! …Wow..does her star just keep rising!! She became one of only five solo women to win the CMA award for "Song of the Year" and the first woman to win two years in a row. In 2017, she became the first woman in the 52 year history of the ACM Awards to win "Songwriter of the Year". In 2017 she again won Best Country Song at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards for "Humble and Kind" performed by Tim McGraw (a great way to describer her by the way !) Lori performed with him in arenas last summer, but for this night she will come to our humble hall once again just for us! ... the sweetest singer songwriter you are ever gonna meet! She is critically acclaimed for her work as a song writer, and heavy hitters like country star Faith Hill have recorded a pile of her songs. Faith is great, but no one sings Lori's songs like Lori. ... come see why we love her and support SMAC at the same time! Thanks again Lori!!!

NOTE: Sorry, no tabs for this fundraiser.
   
Scheduled Performances for 2019:  
January 18 (Friday): Susan Werner click for details
The long awaited return of Susan, and we could be happier! Iowa born Susan Werner Dubbed by NPR as the “Empress of the Unexpected,” A singer/songwriter by trade, but far from any category you might need to place her in. Susan is so many voices...from studying opera to diving into the folk scene.She is always creating and re-inventing herself while remaining true to who she is...a farm gal from rural America who tells their tales so eloquently. She is a consummate musician, mastering not just her voice, but piano and guitar as well. With multiple album releases and touring how she found the time to write a musical is another Susan Werner mystery....writing the music and lyrics for a musical based on the film "Bull Durham", which premiered in Atlanta in 2014. One of the best stage performers we have ever had grace our stage. A Critics choice and we could not agree more. Welcome back to SMAC Susan..its been too long.

January 25
(Friday): Roomful of Blues click for details
Though this band is the pride of New England they are known as one of the tightest, most joyful blues ensembles in the world. Currently an eight-piece unit led by guitarist Chris Vachon, the band has never sounded fresher or stronger. In 2010, singer Phil Pemberton took over the vocal duties, bringing his sweet and soulful vocals and adding another bright new dimension to the jazzy, jump-blues musical roots. Their winning combination of jump, swing, blues, R&B and soul remains their calling card, as does their ability to fill the dance floor. Along with newer members, bassist John Turner, trumpeter Carl Gerhard, drummer Chris Anzalone, and keyboardist Rusty Scott, and longtime members baritone and tenor saxophonist Mark Earley, tenor and alto saxophonist Rich Lataille , Roomful keeps on rockin’ and will rock out barn on a winter’s eve. Bring your dancin' shoes for the dance gallery or come to listen. Shake off the winter blues with Roomful of BLues! Check them out….and see how much fun you could have!

February 2
(Saturday): The Gibson Brothers click for details
Oh, I love these these bluegrass greats!!! You name a bluegrass award and they have won it : Songwriter of the Year, Entertainer of the Year, Emerging Artist of the Year, Song of the Year, Vocal Group of the Year....and some of these multiple times! These brothers of bluegrass, write really amazing songs, have beautiful voices and are just the real deal. In a climate of new grass and a glut on new string bands, these brothers hold true to the old time bluegrass and country. They were featured on Prairie Home Companion last year and of course many of you have seen them here at Christmas....they always bring the house down. They have a sound that is so sincere. Its like they grew up in a country band decades ago, when the divisions of country music were not so defined. But they are every bit of here for today's’ stages. They have a killer band, and are a personal favorite of mine....Come highly SMAC recommended.

February 8
(Friday): We Banjo 3 (encore visit!) click for details
Okay, anyone who didn't see this show last time was COMPLETELY OUTTA LUCK.!!!! To say it was a highlight of our year is an understatement. Don't let the name fool ya….these handsome Irish boys are not all about the banjo!

We love them!! “It’s as if the Punch Brothers, Sam Bush, Jerry Douglas and the Chieftains all got together for a battle of the bands but decided to pool their resources instead. The future of World Music has arrived.” – Elmore Magazine

One of the best live acts to come out of Ireland in recent years is the multi-awarded winning We Banjo 3. With a 7 time all Ireland banjo champ, a 4 time banjo champ, and another member who is an all Ireland champ on both fiddle and Bodhran, and with a passionate lead vocalist like a young Springsteen adopted by the Chieftans, the result is truly unforgettable. On both sides of the Atlantic the word is out about this group.

WB3 has performed for President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, and Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny and has headlined virtually every major US Celtic fest for several years in a row. Now the band is rapidly gaining favor in the Bluegrass and Americana world as evidenced by their invites to Merlefest, ROMP Fest, Sisters Folk Fest, Old Settlers Fest, Four Corners Fest and others. They are Rising Stars!! Be part of their early journey!

February 14 (Thursday): Dar Williams for Valentine's Day click for details
It's always too long between visits with Dar. She is the cream of the singer songwriter's crop. Rolling Stone wrote of her, "Seasons change, but Williams remains both ambitious and pleasingly plain-spoken... And importantly, she seems more at ease than ever." At the core of Williams' work is a belief in the innate ability of people to make a better world, the product of countless observations in her travels and conversations with her fans. She writes about it, sings about it and will make you feel good about it. Adding to her resume these days, she has been on the lecture circuit, speaking about anything from music to politics and most importantly, the towns we live in. Drawing from her most recent book, What I Found in a Thousand Towns: A Traveling Musician’s Guide to Rebuilding America’s Communities—One Coffee Shop, Dog Run, and Open-Mike Night at a Time, she will always have something brilliant to say and to sing. She is a delight on stage and we are delighted to have her back! Always reflective, a perfect and special night out for this yea’r’s Valentines!

February 22 (Friday): Juanito Pascual click for details
SMAC is happy to present this very special Flamenco guitarist and composer. NPR's Here and Now says, "One of the hottest flamenco guitarists to emerge in recent years.” The Boston Globe says, "A flamenco Phenom, a rising star of the Spanish guitar.” He is coming here with his exciting trio and we are thrilled to have this unique show here.

Get lost in these videos and then reserve your tickets!
solo   |   with the trio    |    And you'll recognize this one

March 15 (Friday): Kat Edmonson click for details
I saw this gal on CBS Saturday morning (“Saturday Sessions” is a great program that showcases rising stars…..highly recommend it). She is known most as a jazz singer, but she calls her music vintage pop. Whatever you call it, it is completely pure. She has shared stages with the likes of Lyle Lovett, Asleep at the Wheel, and Chris Isaac with appearances on Prairie Home Companion and E Town. When I heard her, there was something about her that reminded me of hearing Joni Mitchell when I was a kid.. She doesn't sound like her, or the music isn't the similar, but the command of her craft and her band reminds me of Joni. A terrific song writer with the sounds of a jazz singer, but the feel of an old folk singer.

Speaking of jazz, check out this video shows one of many sides of her. But this is the sweet song that stopped me in my tracks when I heard it:

And these are just samples of her live…take some time and get lost in some of her videos on YouTube. Like her songs, they are like mini vintage movies harkening back to a time when ceramic dogs and typewriters were the norm. (for some of us,it still is :>) There are so many great videos of her….too many to pick, so again, spend a few minutes and discover this amazing talent. Seems like everyone in the critical world knows about her…..now its your turn. Comes Very Very Highly SMAC Recommended

March 22 (Friday): Dom Flemons (formerly of Carolina Chocolate Drops) details
In 2005, Flemons co-founded the Carolina Chocolate Drops who have won a GRAMMY for Best Traditional Folk in 2010. He left the group to pursue his solo career in 2014.

His latest project, his first solo album titled “Dom Flemons Presents Black Cowboys” the Smithsonian Folkways label. This recording is part of the African American Legacy Recordings series, co-produced with the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. Dom is known as “The American Songster” ..a story teller at heart and his repertoire of music covers nearly 100 years of American folklore, ballads, and tunes. Flemons is a music scholar, historian, record collector and a multi-instrumentalist. He is considered an expert player on the Banjo, Fife, Guitar, Harmonica, Percussion, Quills, and Rhythm Bones. Happy to have him return to the SMAC stage!

March 30 (Saturday): Acoustic Festival with Low Lily and Mile Twelve click for details
Low Lily A Little Folk, a liitte bluegrass and little old timey with a pop twist? Yes you get it all with this Vermont band. Beautiful harmonies and incredible musicianship, they were dubbed Falcon Ridge Folks Festivale “# 1 Most Wanted, Band!"

Mile Twelve Tom Obrien says,…. “ Mile Twelve, a group of five accomplished bluegrass musicians who write, sing, and play like the wind. Serious players who have serious fun, Mile Twelve is a group to watch in the coming decade.” Couldnt agree more,. These talented folks are yet another fine group coming out of the hot bed that is the music school string band scene thriving in Boston right now. Two great bands one great price. We can't wait for this night!!!

April 6
(Saturday): Alasdair Fraser and Natalie Haas click for details
This Celtic duo is a musical partnership between Alasdair Fraser, long regarded as Scotland's premier fiddle ambassador, and the sizzlingly-talented young California cellist Natalie Haas .We cannot get enough of this master Scottish fiddler and his beautuful cellist sidekick. They sell out everytime....the show is fun, beautiful and Alasdair is a presence who just makes you feel great. A toe tapping night of fiddle music and Scottish s

April 9 (Tuesday): Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn click for details
Béla has been here many time and with my collaborations, but none is like the harmony between these two two musical virtuosos who just happened to be husband and wife. Béla, an icon and innovator of jazz, classical and world, with more multi-category GRAMMY wins than any other artist (15 total), and Abigail, a formidable talent with triumphs in songwriting, theater, performance, and even Chinese diplomacy by way of banjo, turn out to be quite a fortuitous pairing with a deep, distinct and satisfying outcome. The culmination is connection like no other. Their astounding chemistry as collaborators, as the two seamlessly stitch together singular banjo sounds in service to the stories that their songs tell. Demonstrating seemingly unlimited rhythmic, tonal and melodic capabilities, Fleck and Washburn confirm the banjo's versatility as the perfect backdrop to the rich lyrical component that Fleck and Washburn offer, 'Sometimes when you add other instruments, you take away from the banjo's being able to show all its colors, which are actually quite beautiful.’ And it really is..we are so honored to have them back. A quick sell out!

April 20 ( Saturday): Quebe Sisters Band click for details
When these gals were in their teens I used to say they were "Music's best kept secret....If Bob Wills married one of the Anders sisters, and they had thee girls this would be the result" I had literally been trying to get them since we opened., Now they all grown up and touring the country with that Quebe Sisters’ mix of beautiful three part harmonies with equally beautiful three part fiddle playing, in that classic western swing style. Though they are still young for this old time music scene, they play like they lived it and are backed by a great core of players to keep that vintage country and swing beat going strong. I believe it is one of the best shows we will present here. I think Marty says it best: "It's an honor to live on the same planet as the Quebe Sisters Band. They represent everything that I love about pure American music and I'm probably their biggest fan." Ahem, sorry Marty, we maybe challenging that title!!! Take a minute to watch this video of their performance on Marty's show in 2015.

May 17 (Friday): Ruth Moody Band (of the Wailin' Jennys) click for details.
Singer songwriter Ruth Moody is one of the three lovely sirens of the Wailin' Jennys. But for this show she will showcase what we already know about her....beautiful singing and great songs...but just more of it! And with a great band, they have been making news sharing stages and recording with the likes of Mark Knopfler and Bruce Hornsby. A star that just keeps rising...

May 18 ( Saturday): Jarlath Henderson click for details
The youngest ever winner of the BBC Young Folk Award, back in 2003, multi-instrumentalist and singer Jarlath Henderson has since won further acclaim in his firebrand partnership with Ross Ainslie. A master at playing the uilleann pipes or the guitar or the flute, or singing and arranging songs or producing and recording albums or featuring on the soundtrack of the Disney/Pixar’s hit film Brave or winning awards such as the prestigious BBC Young Folk Award – the first Irish person to do so.His hotly-anticipated solo debut, Hearts Broken, Heads Turned, launched at Celtic Connections 2016, comprises bold yet sensitive arrangements of traditional song. Oh, and did we say he is also a DOCTOR!!!!??? Don't know him? I didn't either...…but this video sold me. Can't wait for this one!!!

May 25 (Saturday): Judy Collins click for details
This Show Supports Tin Mountain Conservation
We are honored once again to present this beautiful icon of folk music to our humble hall on the hill. Judy's songs are historic and her rendition of Joni Mitchell's "Both Sides Now" on her classic 1967 album, Wildflowers. "Both Sides Now" has since been entered into the Grammy’s Hall of Fame. Winning "Song of the Year" at the 1975 Grammy's Awards show was Judy's version of "Send in the Clowns," a song that no one has been able to touch since. An Evening with Judy Collins...how special. Oh, and p. s... she tells the best stories!!!!
Sorry, no Ticket Tabls for this show

About Tin Mountain - To promote an appreciation of the environment among children, families, and the community through hands-on programs in the schools, at camp, and in the community and to conserve natural resources by promoting land protection, sustainable forestry/agriculture, and energy efficiency.We are happy to help support this grreat organization.
 
   
 
EVENT CALENDAR DINING MEMBERSHIPS DIRECTIONS GIFT CERTIFICATES DOT WEDDINGS DOT FUNCTIONS & CATERING
ABOUT US CAROL NOONAN CONTACT US AREA LODGING HOME CAROL NOONAN MUSIC
 
    Copyright © Stone Mountain Arts Center