POINT PLEASANT — This month’s edition of the Coffee House Series at The Meeting House will feature six local acts which are well known on the local music scene and beyond.
Calling this month’s show a “Valentine’s Night of Live Music,” performing will be Rodney Parsons, Paul Doeffinger, Jesse Crawford, Mason-Dixon Band, Tangled Roots and Blu Z Band. The show starts at 6:30 p.m. this Saturday, Feb. 11 at The Meeting House located in the former St. Paul UM Church at 2423 Jackson Avenue. A $10 donation to The Meeting House is suggested for adults and $5 for senior citizens, for admission. Helping to organize the event is Sammie Doolittle, a member of the Blu Z Band who has been on the board of directors and involved with The Meeting House from the beginning.
Volunteers at The Meeting House have built a stage and upgraded the sound system in the church’s sanctuary to host community events and the monthly Coffee House Series.
All proceeds from Saturday’s concert benefit programs at The Meeting House which offers recovery services for those seeking help for addiction. The Meeting House is meant to be a safe, sober space.
It’s a busy weekend at The Meeting House with the first in a series of three town hall meetings being held at 6 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 12. It will be presented by Jessica and Brent Kapp of The Meeting House along with members of the Prevention Coalition in Mason County, focusing on addiction and how it affects Mason County. Preventative measures will also be discussed. Subsequent meetings will discuss treatment options and recovery.
Contact Doolittle for more information about Saturday’s show at 304-675-1761, or email [email protected] Reach The Meeting House for any other questions at 304-857-6534.
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