Art, no way. Cold, yes! Master bodhran player and percussionist Mance Grady joined Sue and Steve Lindsay on Sunday, November 23 for one very cold afternoon of music at a Harvest Festival in the Village Landing Marketplace in Plymouth. Three hours of tunes, played outdoors in subfreezing weather... we've earned extra points in heaven for this one! Hell wouldn't take us anyway -- we were much too cold.
But, we were happy to support the great merchants at Village Landing and their cause: 10% of the profits from the festival were donated to the Cranberry Area Hospice in Plymouth. And consider Village Landing a great place to do a little Christmas shopping... they'll hold a Holiday Stroll on Saturday, December 6 from 1-5--including refreshments, carolers, and a tree lighting at 5 pm. Bring a canned good and your own camera for a free photo with Santa; collected nonperishables will be donated to the Christ Church Food Pantry. Then, grab a cocoa from Peaceful Meadows or a mulled wine from the Plymouth Winery, and make your way along the waterfront to check out a lighted up Brewster Gardens (first time ever!), courtesy of a team of students from Plymouth South High School’s Vocational Technical Studies program.