"Real Honest Music, Good Coffee Too"
Celebrating our 9th Year of Real Honest Music.
Next Performance: Saturday, November 15, 7:30 pm
"...perfectly captures the spirit of the Blue Ridge foothills, feeling
like a collection of tunes delivered late at night on someone’s front
porch. Through just two voices, a guitar, and a banjo, Laura Wortman and
Kagey Parrish let go some beautiful and heartsick harmonies…”
$10.00 at the door/$5.00 with student ID
doors open at 6:45pm
Enjoy the relaxing, warm atmosphere of friendly people, good music, hot coffee, and home-baked goodies. The Open Book Coffeehouse is located in the community room of the Canton Public Library at 786 Washington Street, Canton. Parking is to the left when facing the library from Washington Street. Enter by the "Special Events" door to the left of the columns, midway into the parking area. Performances are held (usually) the third Saturday of the month from September through June. The doors open at 6:45 and the music begins promptly at 7:30.
The Open Book Coffeehouse is a non-profit venue offering wide variety of acoustic music, including folk, singer/songwriter, jazz, blues, bluegrass, and a capela music since 2006. Performers have included such artists as Lisa Yves, The Short Sisters, Matt and Shannon Heaton, Mad Agnes, Barnaby Bright, and City of Roses.
The Coffeehouse is staffed and run by volunteers and supported by the generosity of the Friends of the Canton Public Library.
Hot coffee and home baked desserts are included in the price of admission. The congeniality and cozy atmosphere are free of charge. We are no longer Canton's best-kept secret.
Please note, seating at our concerts is limited and is provided on a first come, first served basis. The Community Room is accessible via elevator.