Mike Giudilli to Perform at CCLC’s Third Friday Coffeehouse | Events
On Friday, November 16, at 7:00pm, the Cobscook Community Learning Center and Cobscook Bay Music will host Mike Giudilli and friends at the popular 3rd Friday Coffeehouse at the CCLC.
Michael Giudilli was born in Oswego, New York, on the shores of lake Ontario, and is a recent graduate of the University of Maine at Machias in the Environmental Recreation & Tourism Management Program. Kids will recognize Michael as one of the instructors at the CCLC’s Outdoor Adventure Club, which meets every Saturday during the school year.
Michael began playing music on Viola during 4th grade and continued throughout high school. He picked up guitar as a teenager and developed a passion for bluegrass music. On November 16, Michael will play a blend of folk-bluegrass-americana and will be accompanied by Ryan French on Double Bass.
The featured performer on December 21 will be Steve Erwin, and on Friday, January 18, nationally renown performer Deb Cowan returns to help celebrate the one year anniversary of the CCLC’s Coffeehouse. Jenny Penny and Linda Payne will perform in February.
Admission for this event is by donation, which goes to the featured musician. True to form, the Coffeehouse will offer an open-mic segment for audience participants wishing to take the stage (which does include a piano). And, in keeping with coffeehouse tradition, there will be coffee, tea and homemade treats for sale. School and civic groups interested in providing snacks and beverages as a fundraiser for their group are invited to call the CCLC to participate. The Cobscook Community Learning Center is an alcohol-free campus and located at 10 Commissary Point Road in Trescott, 1.8 miles from the Whiting Store on Rt. 189. For more information, please call the 733-2233 or visit www.thecclc.org.
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