Stone Soup Fundy — Music Mansion

(6.1) Head over to the Music Mansion this Saturday for the annual Stone Soup Coffeehouse fundraiser, an afternoon of live music, food, and local beers from Narragansett and Foolproof. Rain or shine. If you’ve never been inside this lovely building, here’s your chance. You may decide to attend future events.

Indoor Stage: the ‘Mericans, Bill Harley, Swampbirds.

Outdoor Stage: Ed Dean, Kate Mick, Paula Clare , Bird & Augur, Maddie Cardoza, Sarah Lucie, Katherine Quinn, Pete Avitable, Pete Vilbig.

Event sponsors, The Red Bandana Fund, will celebrate the tireless community work of The Manton Avenue Project. A donation of $20 is suggested. The RBF is a (501)(C)(3) nonprofit organization.

According to the Stone Soup Facebook page, “100% of the proceeds go to the Stone Soup Folk Arts foundation.”

(It looks like the party might continue after 3pm over at Prospect Park.)

Stone Soup Fundraiser, noon to 3pm, Saturday, June 1, Music Mansion, 88 Meeting Street, (directions)

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About the Music Mansion:

In 1928, singer and accomplished pianist Mary K. Hail, retained architect Albert Harkness to design a special kind of home for her: The first floor was to be devoted to a small concert hall, reception rooms, and a kitchen, while her living quarters would be on the second floor. Built in the style of an 18th-century English manor house, the home is now called the Music Mansion.

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