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  All Day Midwinter Music Concert  

Midwinter Organ Concert - William Neil, organist for the National Symphony and the National Presbyterian Church in Washington, D.C., will be presenting an organ concert on the Moller pipe organ at First Presbyterian Church located at 503 E. Presqueisle St. in Phililpsburg on Sunday February 10 at 2 pm. Langston Fitzgerald III, Penn State University faculty member and trumpeter, will be joining him for a portion of the concert. Free admission; goodwill offering will be accepted to benefit the church's music program. ###

  12:00AM 12:00AM Woolrich United Methodist Women Soup Sale   The Woolrich United Methodist Women are selling Ham, Green Beans and Potatoes for $6.00 a quart. If you provide your own quart jar the cost will be $5.00. You may preorder by calling the church office at 570-769-6152. Deadline to order is Sunday, February 10th. Pick up will be on Thursday, February 21st from 3:30-5:30 PM.
  12:00AM 12:00AM Friends of the Pipes at Great Island   Dave Miller, jazz pianist, will present a recital Sunday, February 10th at 1:30 pm at Great Island Presbyterian Church, 12 West Water Street. Tickets available at the door with proceeds benefitting the historic pipe organ restoration project.
  5:00PM 8:00PM The MAMMALS FEB 10 at Elk Creek CafĂ© & Aleworks  

A string band at the core, The Mammals augment their sound with drums and electric guitar to create a collectively harmonized howl as thrilling and rocking as any band currently subverting folk traditions – No Depression The Mammals are Ruth Ungar, Mike Merenda, and a cohort of compelling collaborators who form a touring quintet on the fiddle, banjo, guitar, organ, bass, and drums. Identifying as subversive acoustic traditionalists or a party band with a conscience,” The Mammals re-emerged from a hibernation period during-which the bands founders explored new songwriting terrain. The Mammals dont suffer from multiple genre syndrome, they celebrate it as if gleefully aware that the sound barriers separating old-timey music, vintage pop and contemporary folk are as permeable as cotton. – Washington Post “While rooted in acoustic music and lefty politics, these anti-war rants and personal reveries are updated with harmonic polish and smart, melodic twists that could equally appeal to a fan of Fleetwood Mac or Bonnie Raitt.” Philadelphia Daily News “The Mammals aren’t the first band to mix an indie-rock sensibility with bluegrass sounds, but they’re gradually becoming one of the best.” – No Depression