Coffee shops embody community and bring together only the best of things: coffee, pastries and people. Let’s celebrate our Grey County coffee shops as we cozy up in preparation for winter. It’s time to break out the scarves, knitted sweaters and toques and embrace all that is fall.
SweetWater is all about “Evolution” for its 16th Festival of world-class music. The 2019 Festival will be Artistic Director Mark Fewer’s final one at the helm. He’s got a few musical treats left on his bucket list. The stellar line-up includes the SweetWater debut of world-famous counter-tenor Daniel Taylor, Adrian Butterfield, Drew Jurecka, David Braid, Aiyun Huang, Ellen McAteer, Kenneth Slowik, and Rachel Brown. SweetWater’s next Artistic Director, violinist Edwin Huizinga, will also be a featured performer. Free, interactive activities include the family fav Mozart for Munchkins, community playalong Classical Jam, and string instrument showcase Luthier Exhibit, and Luthier Performance & Talk featuring Mark Fewer and moderated by Robert Harris. Friday Night Opening Gala ($55) Saturday Early Evening Concert & Sunday Matinee ($40), Late Night Jazz ($30). Festival Pass (4 Concerts) $150.