Feel the cool, crisp air… Hear the dead leaves fluttering in the wind, swirling about your feet… See the shades of bluegray of the sky at twilight… Ponder the need for more really good hot coffee to warm your chilled soul… It can only mean one thing. October.

October means many things at the Emporium: art, music, wine and beer, poetry. More specifically:

RRIDAY WINE-TASTING musical line-up:
10/6: live jazz by the G. Scott Jones Freedom Ensemble
10/13: jazz pianist Mark Delozier
10/20: bluesrock by Carl Schumacher and friends
10/27: (tentatively) blues stylings of Dave Schumacher and friends

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 9P-12A
Del Pueblo fundraiser with live music by local favorites Dr. Skillet.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 12-4P
Street Fair wine-tasting!

MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 7-10P
Open mic poetry and live jazz by members of the G. Scott Jones Freedom Ensemble, it’s… The Neighborhood! http://www.neighborhoodpoetry.org

Other news this month…

October’s art exhibit: Theresa Thinnes’ Abstract Photo.

Every Saturday this month from 11:30a-1p, Democracy For America will be outside the Emporium, handing out election information.

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