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Inn at Kirkside Concert

Think sun, think warm and enjoy the onset of the summer season in the Catskills! On Sunday, May 29, the Future Inn at Kirkside will be hosting a free porch concert that is sure to get you fired up for the warmer weather and a busy summer season! This is the first of three consecutive Sunday concerts to help raise awareness of the Kirkside Project and offer the opportunity for the community to gather on the front lawn of this iconic Main Street historic structure.  

The Inn at Kirkside is a MARK Project initiative that, when completed, will interweave experiential learning with long-term economic development through an adaptive reuse project. Several community members have participated in the planning and are serving on the advisory board for this ambitious, yet exciting project. To this end, we are thrilled to welcome Kotoko Brass to the front porch of Kirkside. 

Kotoko Brass melds the beautifully complex traditional drumming of Central Ghana, the sturdy bass and keyboards of the Caribbean, and the joyous horns of New Orleans to forge a sound the Boston Globe has described as “propulsive, infectious party music.” The band began when brothers Ben, a performer, scholar, and educator of Ghanaian drumming, and Brian Paulding, a longtime trombone player in Boston’s reggae scene, joined forces. Ben fortified the percussion section with Attah Poku and Kwame Ofori, two master percussionists from Ghana. The rhythm section of M’talewah Thomas (bass) and Yusaku Yoshimura (keyboards), as well as saxophonist Andrew Fogliano, fill out veteran rhythm and horn sections. This concert is free, with donations greatly appreciated. These concerts are made possible with the support of the O’Connor Foundation, MTC, and the Restart New York Grant, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature and administered in Delaware County by the Roxbury Arts Group. 

As a precursor to the concert, there will be an elegant luncheon for those wishing to support the Kirkside project. Tickets to the luncheon include complimentary beer and wine and a full blown luncheon buffet. You can review the plans and meet the architect for the project, all while exploring the mansion and former summer estate of Helen Gould Shepard. Tickets to the luncheon are $60 per person or two people for $100. For more information about the Kirkside Project visit innatkirkside.org and email peg@markproject.org if you are interested in attending the luncheon. 

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