Singers and songwriters, and fans thereof, bring your voices and your instruments and your energy, 7PM til 11PM (Each and every Thursday!)
No amps! No mics! Just you, the music, and the audience. Additionally, bring your contribution to the potluck food table, entree, side dish, dessert, or finger food. If you play or bring a food item, it is worth two dollars off the cover charge of $5.00
Visit the following links if you would like a fine look at the activities during the JAM. This one is courtesy of Jim Quattrocki. http://vimeo.com/59661699 https://vimeo.com/81274098
The latest video clip is from Lakeshore Public TV during the 189TH JAM: //www.youtube.com/watch?v=tZ27l-n_tAY
And here's a new one by Jim Quattrocki. https://vimeo.com/240168160
And another video-doc by Jim Quattrocki
Perform in the same room where Eric Lambert, Lee Watson, John Vezmar, Mary Bachman, David Thompson, Dennis Leise, Bobby Love, Leo Charles, and many many more talented musicians have performed.
We will have our grill set up outside if you want to bring something to burn and turn. The gallery will be open before, during, and after the event. Currently on display is the original work of over 150 artists. This is a great way to see the gallery if you have not had a chance to visit us yet or if you have not visited recently.
For directions or more info, please call 219-678-5015
When you come to the event, if you are able, we ask that you bring a jar of peanut butter to donate to the Northwest Indiana Food Bank. greenCOW Coworking, a coworking space next to Paul Henry's Art Gallery, is one of the many businesses participating in the Peanut Butter Challenge to donate thousands of jars of peanut butter to food banks to help local families who are struggling with food instability.