Kerry Patrick Clark is a musical Norman Rockwell.  His palette is a simple 12-note scale, a 6-string guitar and one voice that seeks to sing hope into the human experience.  His songs are  the compass that points the heart home.Kerry is a former member of the folk group, The New Christy Minstrels, a Martin Guitar Preferred artist and the singer/songwriter of the #1 folk song of 2014!


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Hootenanny Cafe


Kerry joins host, Jon Stein for a special Hootenanny Cafe Mini Concert!

The Hootenanny Cafe Mini Concerts features about 25 minutes of music from a particular artists, hosted by Jon Stein.

Hootenanny Cafe can be heard on locally (Orange County, NY area) airwaves at 83.5FM or AM1110 or online at www.wtbq.com.


Friday Night Flight

Friday Wine & Food (& Music:-), 3061 Kingsdale CTR, Upper Arlington, OH 43221

Enjoy wine paired with small plates as you wander through the Kingsdale Giant Eagle Market District at every Friday, from 6 – 8 p.m. during the weekly Friday Night Flights. Learn about the various types of wine and what foods they pair well with. You’ll enjoy (4) three ounce pours of wines and paired samples for $8, plus, Kerry Patrick Clark, live in the upper cafe. Must be 21 to participate.

If you have children, don’t forget that they show a Friday Flicks kids’ movie with a small snack in the Children’s Learning & Activity Center from 6 – 8 p.m. on Fridays for kids ages 3-9. Coincidence? I think not. You can drop your kids off in there while you stroll the store sampling the food and wine. Register at Children’s Learning & Activity Center or call 614.538.0762 for Kids’ Flicks.


Wolakota Official Launch Celebration

The Seasons Theater, 136 S. Main ST, Adrian, MI

Music, conversation, stories, drum circle and a Lakota speaker (from Pine Ridge Reservation).

1 - 7 PM

Come celebrate with us the launch of a unique youth development program! Lakota elder, George Apple, will be travelling from Pine Ridge, South Dakota to provide the keynote address. Learn about how local youth are building relationships with youth on reservations in South Dakota and in the Grand Canyon. Support this unique local organization and learn more about the impact it creates!

Wolakota Youth Programs takes local youth from Southeast Michigan and Northwest Ohio to the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota and to the Havasupai Reservation in the Grand Canyon. The mission of Wolakota is simple: Relationships. Transform Lives. It is a unique program that bridges the worlds of youth from different parts of the country, creating connection, fostering meaning, and building relationships. Simply stated, Wolakota means "big friendship." Wolakota Youth Programs is committed to fostering big friendship between Native and non-Native youth, and supporting the transformation these relationships engender.