This Saturday, July 31st, at the Boettcher House Museum (Landis Woods), come and enjoy a FREE outdoor concert featuring the music of TJ Earley
They're taking the stage at 3 pm, while Penny's Ice Cream
will hand out FREE ice cream to the first 60 guests between 2 pm - 4 pm.
Location: 2369 Lititz Pike, Lancaster, PA 17601
TJ Earley is a local Lancaster-based band, featuring guitar, cello and electric synth guitar and vocals. They share a love of folk, blues, soft rock and original music.
‘We rejoined musical forces after our original, seven member band, WoodSong, decided to pursue other endeavors. We share a love of folk, blues, soft rock and original music. We’ve performed at The Landis Woods Fine Arts Show, The Boettcher House Museum, The Dragonfly Café, The Susquehanna River Walk and the John Wright Restaurant as well as Willow Lakes retirement community, Moravian Manor retirement community, Shanks Mare Outfitters and Thorn Hill Winery.’
Tom is a retired guidance counselor and was the acting Principal in non-public schools, and an accomplished lead guitarist using a synth guitar system.
John is a retired teacher of First Graders in Manheim Township, who handles rhythm guitar and vocals.
Aimee is a not retired strings teacher at the Landis Run School, and is a classically trained cellist and a vocalist.
Sunday, August 1st @ 5:30 pm - Fire in the Glen - Free to attend
Fire in the Glen doesn't hold back at performances, and audiences can't seem to help clapping and singing along with the music.
This energetic band has been pleasing crowds since 1999. Now in its tenth incarnation, Fire in the Glen has a blend of the new and the familiar.
Band founder, fiddler and bodhranist Tom Knapp is joined onstage by Amanda Wells on guitar, percussion and vocals, and Rod Nevin on Highland bagpipes, Scottish smallpipes, pennywhistle, ukulele and vocals, for a lively, mug-thumping show!
The trio brings Irish, Scottish and Maritimes music to south-central Pennsylvania and beyond with a lively presentation of blistering fiddle tunes, skirling pipes and mug-thumping pub songs and the occasional airs and ballads.
Although drawing mostly on traditional music sources, the band includes some original songs such as the crowd-pleasing "Susquehanna Pirate," "From Amish to Irish," "Scot-Irish" and "I'd Stop Drinkin'"... making Fire in the Glen more fun than ever.
CONCERT SERIES - All events are free to attend
Saturday, August 7th @ 5:30 pm - Abigail's Garden
Sunday, August 15th @ 5:30 pm - The Seasons Family Band
Saturday, August 28th @ 5:30 pm - Liminal Space
Sunday, September 12th @ 5:30 pm - Bell Bottoms
PROGRAM SERIES - All events are free to attend
Saturday, September 25th - 9 am - 5 pm (Rain or Shine) - The 21st Landis Woods Art Show
Saturday, October 9th @ 1 pm - Bringing Patio Plants Indoors for the Winter
Saturday, November 6th @ 1 pm - Veterans Day Program