Unitarian Universalist Congregation to Launch Monthly Coffee House in Franklin


Folks looking for local entertainment this winter will have one more option to consider. Beginning this month, the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Franklin is opening its meetinghouse on the third Friday evening of each month to host a traditional coffee house. Each evening will feature two musical acts, along with delicious desserts, hot coffee, and community.

Admission is $5, and coffee and desserts will be available for purchase. The first coffee house on January 18th will open at 7 pm and will feature local folk and blues musician Paul Hubert [http://www.reverbnation.com/paulhubert], as well as The Fireside Trio [http://www.firesidetrio.com], a local country/folk songwriting group.

All proceeds raised will go toward the UUCF Community Assistance Fund, which serves the needs of the greater Franklin community. The UUCF is a Welcoming Congregation, honoring and celebrating differences in race, sexual orientation, and country and religion of origin. The Meetinghouse is located at 206 Central Street in Franklin. For more information, please visit www.uucfranklin.org or leave a message at 934-2141 and someone will get back to you promptly.

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