.

Ellis and Beth Wood Set to Take the Stage in Westfield

Singer/songwriters to perform as part of Coffee With Conscience series.

The Coffee With Conscience Concert Series continues its 13th season by presenting the amazing and powerful Ellis with her touring companion, Beth Wood.

The concert will take place on Saturday, November 17th, at the First United Methodist Church of Westfield, 1 East Broad Street (corner of North Avenue) in Westfield. Doors will open at 7:30 p.m. and the concert begins at 8 p.m. Admission is $19.00 on line and $23.00 at the door.

This concert will benefit HomeFirst -- formerly the Interfaith Council for the Homeless.

Tickets can be purchased online in advance by going to:
ellisandbeth.eventbrite.com/
   
Ellis is an engaging and wholehearted writer, singer and performer who is full of light and spirit. Her fans describe her as not only a talented folk musician, but also as a supportive friend who offers encouraging words and humor alongside her compelling songs. She leaves audiences better than she finds them, with softened edges & opened hearts. With wholehearted songs that capture deep wisdom as well as a childlike joy, Ellis’ music is being spread across the globe by fans who are so moved that they have to share it others. She released her 7th album, Right On Time, in 2010." 

Beth Wood began her musical journey in Lubbock, a high plains Texas town with a uniquely rich musical heritage that includes Buddy Holly, Natalie and Lloyd Maines, Mac Davis, and Joe Ely to name a few. When she wasn’t dodging tornados and dust storms, Beth was studying classical piano, violin, harp, and voice and contemplating the greatness of her Dad’s Willie Nelson records. Her exceptional musicianship, crafty songwriting, and engaging, energetic stage presence have been winning over audiences from coast to coast for more than 16 years.

For more info about this concert and the featured artists, please visit ellisandbeth.eventbrite.com/

The Coffee With Conscience Concert Series is a seven-show series running from October through May at the First United Methodist Church of Westfield. The Series supports the following charities: Contact We Care (Westfield), Homefirst (Plainfield), Habitat for Humanity (Plainfield), the Community Food Bank of NJ (Hilside) and the Keith Knost Special Needs Fund (Mountainside). Each beneficiary has at least one concert dedicated to it during the season.

The Coffee With Conscience Concert Series is sponsored by Ahrre’s Coffee Roastery at 104 Elm Street in Westfield and is further supported by a generous grant from the Westfield Service League, and a few other private donations – which are enthusiastically encouraged!

For more information about the Coffee With Conscience Concert Series, the upcoming performance, or ways in which to get involved with the series, please visit www.coffeewithconscience.org. You can also call the Concert Hotline at 908-412-9105 or send an e-mail to ahrre@ahrre.com. Volunteers are always appreciated! 

Natalie R. Krauser McCarthy November 20, 2012 at 03:56 PM
Ahrre exemplifies the small business owner - connected, charitable and community-minded! Thank you for choosing Homefirst as the recipient of November's Coffee with Conscience!
Elizabeth Alterman November 20, 2012 at 04:01 PM
Hi Natalie, I agree. Check back with Patch for a story about how Ahrre supported a Westfield High School teacher and students as they raised funds to buy coffee and send it to troops in Afghanistan.

Boards

More »
Got a question? Something on your mind? Talk to your community, directly.
Note Article
Just a short thought to get the word out quickly about anything in your neighborhood.
Share something with your neighbors.What's on your mind?What's on your mind?Make an announcement, speak your mind, or sell somethingPost something
See more »