Modern acoustic singer-songwriter Brandon Ayre will be joined by uber-talented friends Natalie Blake and Shawn Magee to bring an evening of music to help support the South Newfane Schoolhouse Community Center on Saturday, Feb 25th at 7:30 PM. The concert kicks off a “Building Fund” campaign to help preserve the South Newfane Schoolhouse Community Center, a donation-based venue welcoming all.
Brandon Ayre is an acoustic singer-songwriter who has been writing songs for a long time. Both personal and tender—or gently humorous—they are the product of many hours of sitting alone with a guitar. Ayer, Blake, and Magee are donating to the concert to launch a fundraising campaign for the much-needed maintenance of this treasured community schoolhouse structure.
About South Newfane Schoolhouse
Built-in 1867 and activated as a one-room schoolhouse until 1952, the upgraded property serves as a bright and welcoming example of old Vermont architecture. The space has hosted a variety of concerts, story nights, community meetings, a space to practice music and meditate during the pandemic, weddings, rager dance parties, and is the hub for the annual Rock River Artists Tour. South Newfane Schoolhouse is located at 387 Dover Rd, South Newfane, VT.
No one will be turned away, but a $10 suggested donation will assist the South Newfane Community Association. Like the building itself, the concert is open and welcomes all.
Feel free to bring your own snacks and beverages.
For more information, please get in touch with [email protected]