Jun. 24, 2014 by Jelisa Adair
With summer upon us once again, we are returning to our practice of highlighting some of the incredible events happening around Middletown each week. With the help of Arts2go.org, the Middletown Patch, and Wesleyan’s calendar, we’ve put together a list of some of the incredible events happening this week. Get out for a study or work break, and enjoy the Middletown community!
Tuesday Music at Klekolo: Check in every Tuesday beginning at 7 pm for live music. The line-up changes weekly. If you want your coffee with music, chess, friendly conversation on any Tuesday evening, visit Klekolo! (7:oop, Klekolo)
North End Farmer’s Market: Come get fresh fruit and veggies at the North End Farmers Market! (Outside ION Market)
Argentine Tango with Gem Duras: Jorge “Gem” Duras has been dancing tango for 19 years and teaching for 11. He initially studied with the original cast members of the famous show Forever Tango in 1995, in particular the legendary Carlos Gavito. He then visited Buenos Aires numerous times to study ballet as well as advanced technique and stage tango with younger Forever Tango stars Jesus Velazquez and Francisco Forquera. Bring a friend and learn a new skill, or brush up on an old one! (Beginner’s lessons at 7:30, First Church/$20-30)
Food Not Bombs: Food Not Bombs shares food about 1 pm in front of the Buttonwood. Anyone is welcome. Consider yourself invited to help us prepare vegetarian food at the First Church on 190 Court Street at 11:30 am. (The Buttonwood Tree)
Anything Goes Open Mic Monday: The World’s a stage … the mic is OPEN! This Open Mic is for YOU – the budding artist. Showcase your talents, nurture them with this supportive group. Recite a poem, sing a song, dance, read some spoken word, the microphone is yours for the asking. Community spirit prevails. We have congas and a piano or BYO instrument. Ends around 9:30 – 10pm. (7:30, The Buttonwood Tree)