Latest Hoot for Hunger happens Friday at Daddy Jack's
On Friday, the area's giving and conscientous musicians gather one more time and present the latest Hoot for Hunger benefit. It takes place in New London's Daddy Jack's (where chef/proprietor Jack Chaplin is another giving and caring local soul invested in our community). Great music, great food!
There's no cover, but give liberally as all donations will benefit the New London Community Meal Center.
The musical lineup is excellent as always: Dogbite Duo and Friends (7 p.m.), Eric and Kim Smalley (7:10 p.m.), Sherwood (7:20 p.m.), Nick Evento and Karen Etheir-Waring (7:30 p.m.), Anne Castellano (7:40 p.m.), Skipping Stones (7:50 p.m.), Aaron Kane (8 p.m.), Tom MacGregor (8 p.m.), Jess Mancuso (8:20 p.m.), Nancy and Ben Parent (8:30 p.m.), Clayton Allen (8:40 p.m.), and the finale (8:50 p.m.).
Hoot for Hunger, 7-9 p.m. Friday, Daddy Jack's, 79 Bank St., New London; free, donations benefit New London Community Meal Center; (860) 444-8888.
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