An outdoor evening of entertainment for all
Open Air Fundraiser that Includes Live Music, Food and Craft Ale
Howes Cave, NY -- The Iroquois Museum announces its 2021 fundraiser at the Museum’s amphitheater and surrounding outside area. Please join us for the second “Roots, Rhythm and Ale”. Along with great music the event will feature local artisans, tasty food, and a raffle packed with gift certificates, arts and crafts. This outdoor event will be held August 6, 2021 between 5 pm and 9 pm. Admission only tickets will be $10.00 or $20.00 for admissions, commemorative cup and one free beer. Tickets are available for pre-sale on www.eventbrite.com or at the door on the evening of the event. The Museum will be open and event admission includes Museum fee.
Special thanks to our event sponsors: The HARVA Co.; Price Chopper/Market 32; Fenimore Asset Management, Inc.; MIDTEL; Bank of Richmondville; Schoharie Valley Veterinary Clinic, PC.
The evening’s performers are the popular local Zydeco group, Rubber Band, and Iroquois singer-songwriter Mike Jones.
The Ale will be served by Serious Brewing Co. a NYS Farm Brewery. They proudly serve fresh brewed beers along with some of the state’s best farm produced beer, wine, cider and distilled spirits.
High on the Hog BBQ Co. will be providing a true blue, slow and low barbecue. They use only the highest quality meats and best techniques in order to deliver the best tasting BBQ. Vegetarian options will also be made available by High on the Hog.
A silent auction will be going on throughout the evening with donated items from the following individuals/companies:
- Beekman 1802
- Hope Marrow Glidden (painter)
- Cabot Cheese
- CeCe’s Wool, Yarn & More (with demonstration)
- Empty Pockets Ranch
- Emaly Leak (weaver/spinner)
- Lavendar Manor Farms
- Jeff Turano Gallery
- NY Power Authority
- Hawk Meadow Mountain/Karen Tenney (weaver)
- Mickle Hollow Maple and Honey
- Old Rustic Crow
- Yarn Designs Unlimited
- Amanda Tarbell (homemade teas, salves and canned goods)
- Create A Way/Denise Kelly(stained glass)
100% of profits benefit the education department of the Iroquois Museum.
ABOUT THE IROQUOIS MUSEUM
The Iroquois Museum is a cultural museum that houses the largest collection of contemporary Iroquois art in the world and offers a window into Iroquois culture and history through archaeology, visual arts, and performing arts. The Museum also has a 45-acre Nature Park and permanent and annual special art exhibits.