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Hermit Woods Winery and Eatery Supports the Children's Auction with an Exceptional Series of Music

Experience an evening of exceptional music, delicious food, and fine wine in an intimate and relaxed setting while supporting one of the Lakes Region's oldest and most important charities.

  • Complimentary Wine Tasting from 5:30 to 6:00

  • The Loft doors open at 6:00 for dinner, drinks, and the raffle.

  • 30% of the ticket sales go entirely towards the Greater Lakes Region Children's Auction

  • Tickets include entry into a raffle to win some wonderful door prizes

About the shows:

Join us for a series of unforgettable evenings as The Loft at Hermit Woods Winery & Eatery partners with the Lakes Region Children's Auction to make a positive impact on our local community. On the last Thursday of every month, August through November we showcase exceptional local artists, with 30% of ticket sales supporting the Lakes Region Children's Auction. Your ticket purchase enters you in the show's raffle, offering you the chance to win fantastic prizes.

Doors open at 5:30 pm for a complimentary wine tasting. The Loft Doors open at 6:00. We encourage you to arrive early for our wine tasting and enjoy food and wine before the show. The kitchen will close at 6:45 pm. When the featured artists takes the stage we will ask that the audience remain quiet during the performance. After the show, we invite you to interact with the artists and purchase any music or merchandise offerings if available.

  • On Thursday, August 31 from 6-9PM Andrew Emanuel Trio – Children’s Auction Concert Series. Tickets $25 – $35. Local saxophonist Andrew Emanuel brings his group of talented local musicians to deliver great renditions of jazz standards and beyond. Andrew Emanuel is a jazz saxophonist who draws on the influences of Dexter Gordon, John Coltrane, Charlie Parker, Sonny Rollins, Miles Davis, and Joe Henderson to name a few. Andrew has shared the stage with several notable musicians including Steve Wilson, Marshall Gilkes, Dave Pietro, Jim White, Chris Potter, and Allen Vizzutti. The group specializes in jazz standards from the latter half of the 20th century. This group features Matt Hogan on bass and Tim Gilmore on drums. Tickets here

  • On Thursday, September 28 from 6-9PM, Eric Grant and Jessica Thamm will spin top 40, country, and many of your favorite dance favorite hits into your classic chill weather channel version! Eric's full sound voice and dynamic tone and range will tickle your ears, while Jessica's sultry voice and beautiful style will mesmerize you all night. The Duo comes from the 6-piece lineup of Eric Grant Band that has notable awards regionally and nationally as well as popularity all over New England. They also front the wedding band "Sugah Rush" that hosts everything from Corporate and Private Events to Weddings. Sugar Rush is a featured 6- to 10-piece band including horn section. Check out the duo and band for more info and fun dates. Tickets here.

  • On Thursday, Oct. 26, from 6-9PM –Krimson Krewe – Children’s Auction Concert Series. Support a local charity while enjoying Krimson Krewe, a full-blown funk-in-your-face Mardi Gras New Orleans second-line jazz band. Tickets here

  • The Heather Pearson Charlie Brown Christmas Show on November 30th at 6:00

At The Loft, they believe in the power of music, art, and philanthropy coming together. By joining them on these special nights, you'll enjoy captivating performances by talented local artists and contribute to the betterment of the Lakes Region community.

A Listening Room Experience

Hermit Woods is excited to bring talented artists from New England and beyond to perform for you. Each performance will provide you with an intimate, up-close, and personal experience with the performing artists. We ask our audience please refrain from talking during the featured show. Your silence will allow the artists and the audience to immerse themselves in the experience, which is not otherwise possible in larger, noisier environments.

More information on Hermit Woods Blog


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