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We are a few minutes walk from the North Station-Haverhill Commuter Rail and the 136/137 Bus Line

LINDEN TREE COFFEEHOUSE
Unitarian Universalist Church
326 Main Street
Wakefield, MA 01880

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 Welcome to the Linden Tree Coffeehouse!

 Presenting the Finest of Folk Music since 1985

All shows start at 8:00 pm     Door opens at 7:30 pm
unless otherwise noted in the specific show description

To reserve seats or for more information,
call 781-246-2836
or click HERE to email
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Coming up:

Our 2014-2015 Season with
The Finest of
Folk Music!


September 27, 2014
Vance Gilbert

October 11, 2014
A World Music Days Show

Lou & Peter Berryman and Steve Gillette and Cindy Mangsen

November  1, 2014
Michael Smith

December  13, 2014
Bill Staines, MacIssac and Ross opening

January 10, 2015
Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen

February 7, 2015
Jim Henry and Curt Bessette

March 7, 2015
Christine Lavin and Don White

April 11, 2015
Claudia Russell and Cosy Sheridan

May 2, 2015
Robbie O’Connell & Aoife Clancy

May 30, 2105
Special Season Finale:
Joe Crookston, Gail Finnie, and The Blunt Instruments

 

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About Linden Tree Coffeehouse

Since 1985, the Linden Tree Coffeehouse has been located in the social hall of the Unitarian Universalist Church in downtown Wakefield. Annually there are about twelve acoustic music concerts featuring local and national singer-songwriters, playing a wide range of folk music from contemporary, traditional, bluegrass, and blues. Most of the performers can be heard on local folk radio stations such as WUMB (91.9), WERS (88.9) and WGBH (89.7). Complete information about each performer may be found in articles printed in The Wakefield Daily Item, Wakefield Observer, and the Middlesex East supplement to the Chronicle.

Many of the coffeehouse regular patrons come each month because of the wonderful talent, friendly atmosphere, fresh coffee, and homemade baked goods. There are two to three hours of live entertainment for about the price of a movie. Performers like playing in the Linden Tree because of the quality sound system and because of the great audiences who make it exciting for them. Each concert is more like a party where people of all ages meet and enjoy each other.

The Linden Tree Coffeehouse is run by a staff of "professional" volunteers. New volunteers are always needed for baking before concerts, serving during the shows, and, especially, for setting up and cleaning up in exchange for free admission to shows. Call Deborah at 781-944-4664 for more info on volunteering.

For general information, call 781-246-2836 or email lindentree85@comcast.net