All Performances are S&P Duo unless otherwise noted.
Website links may be found with venue descriptions below the calendar

 


FEBRUARY

Weds Feb 22 Ormond Beach, FL 2pm Sonny and Perley presenting a Free Concert
“Jazz, Bossa Nova, The Great American Songbook and International Cabaret"
The Ormond Beach Library
30 South Beach St, Ormond Beach, FL
386-676-4191
www.http://volusialibrary.org/

Sat Feb 25 Boca Raton, FL 2pm Sonny and Perley presenting a Free Concert
“ In a MellowTone” the music of Duke Ellington
Palm Beach County Library Glades Rd Branch
20701 95th Ave South, Boca Raton, FL
561-482-455
4 http://www.pbclibrary.org/branches/glades-road

Sun Feb 26 West Palm Beach, FL 2pm Sonny and Perley presenting a Free Concert
“ In a MellowTone” the music of Duke Ellington
Palm Beach County Main Library
3650 Summit Blvd, West Palm Beach, FL
561-233-2600
http://www.pbclibrary.org/branches/main

Mon Feb 27 Wellington, FL 6:30pm Sonny and Perley presenting a Free Concert
“ In a MellowTone” the music of Duke Ellington
Palm Beach County Library Wellington Branch
1951 Royal Fern Dr, Wellington, FL
561-790-6070
http://www.pbclibrary.org/branches/wellington

MARCH

Thurs Mar 9 Port Charlotte, FL 6pm Sonny and Perley Trio presenting a Free Concert
“Brazilian Romance”
Mid County Regional Library
2050 Forrest Nelson, Port Charlotte, FL
941-613-3161
http://www.charlottecountyfl.com/Library/Support/friendsoflibrary.asp

Tues Mar 14 Sarasota, FL 3pm Sonny and Perley presenting a Free Concert

“Jazz, Bossa Nova, The Great American Songbook and International Cabaret”

The Fruitville Library

100 Coburn Rd, Sarasota, FL
941-861-2500
https://www.scgov.net/Library/Libraries/Pages/Hours.aspx

Thurs Mar 16 Venice, FL 2pm Sonny and Perley Trio presenting a Free Concert
“Love in any Language”
The Venice Library presents a concert at the Venice Arts Center
260 No Nokomus, Venice, FL
941-861-1330
https://www.scgov.net/Library/Libraries/Pages/Hours.aspx

Sat Mar 18 Ruskin, FL 3pm Sonny and Perley presenting a Free Concert
“Jazz, Bossa Nova, The Great American Songbook and International Cabaret”
South Shore Regional Library
15816 Beth Shields Way, Ruskin, FL
813-672-1155
http://www.hcplc.org/hcplc/locations/sho/


VENUES (and a few other favorite links) LISTED ALPHABETICALLY

 


BALLSTON SPA
All sorts of things going on in this busy town, and us, too!
www.ballston.org

 

You'll find the best quality Barbeque Sauce and Barbecue Baby Back Ribs north of Memphis at the Barnsider Smokehouse Restaurant located in Lake George New York.Our casual dining restaurant specializes in barbecue ribs, hand cut steaks, and a wide variety of specialty sandwiches.
You can even make "Online Reservations
Route 9 South (Just before Waterslide World)
Lake George, NY 12845
(518) 668-5268
http://www.barnsider.com

 


Lee, MASS
http://berkshiregatewayjazz.com/index.php

 


Caffè Lena is widely recognized as the oldest continuously operating coffeehouse in the United States. It is an internationally renowned cultural center and an American treasure. Opened in 1960, the café has helped to launch many of America's best loved songwriters, including Bob Dylan, Arlo Guthrie, Ani DiFranco and many more.
Upon the death of our founder, Lena Spencer, in 1989, Caffè Lena was converted to a non-profit institution which today continues as a living legend: breathing in ideas, dreams, and possibilities --breathing out music, poetry and theater. Caffè Lena has always been a place where people renew their faith in the power of music. They come up the stairs and enter a room where a world-class performer is only feet away from the audience, where they can see every movement of fingers on frets and feel a foot tapping rhythm on the stage.
Run by a small paid staff, a Board of Directors, and an ever-evolving team of volunteers, the caffe is proud to stay true to Lena's founding vision of simplicity, kindness to strangers, and art above profit. Caffè Lena is now preparing for a major renovation that will enhance access for disabled people and bring greater comfort to all.

Caffè Lena, Inc., 47 Phila St., P.O. Box 245
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866    (518) 583-0022
http://www.caffelena.org/



Home of the World Famous Huevos Flamencos!
Now back with the original owners. Also serving an array of beer and wine.
All this, and music, too.

facebook.com/carmenscafetroy
carmenscafetroy.wordpress.com

 

The Century House Hotel embraces the historical significance of the Capital Region, reflected in New England architectural elements, and Federal style interior design. Spoil yourself as you enjoy Fine Dining in our Award-Winning Historic Restaurant, serving New American Cuisine.  The Century House embodies and honors its origins, by maintaining the highest expectations for comfort and care, treating all our guests like family.
www.thecenturyhouse.com

 

Conkling Hall,
a place for meetings and cultural events since 1905, continues as a central community meeting place today. Built in 1839 as the Rensselaerville Methodist Church, the building was bought by Francis Conkling Huyck early in the 20th century and converted into a community meeting place. Community events, from plays and concerts to meetings of local organizations, are hosted in the Hall.
http://www.rensselaerville.com/conkhall.php

 

The Inn At Saratoga

Voted "Best Inn" by Capital Region Living Magazine in May 2008, The Inn at Saratoga is the perfect marriage of past and present. The oldest operating hotel in Saratoga, The Inn at Saratoga features a luxurious array of modern living amenities close to the Saratoga Race Course and within walking distance of downtown attractions.

231 Broadway, Saratoga, New York 12866
Contact: 518-583-1890 Fax: 518-583-2543
Email: info@theinnatsaratoga.com
www.theinnatsaratoga.com



 


Exploring the yoga of life

In the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts
866.200.5203
www.kripalu.org

 

lager house
variety beers, food, live music

"We pride ourselves on offering quality craft beers, hand crafted food,
at reasonable affordable prices.
Take the family out again, meet up with your neighborhood friends.
The economy sucks, food doesn’t have to..."
185 Old Loudon Rd
Latham, NY. 518-782-2500

LATHAM, NY
http://www.lagerhouserestaurant.com/

 


Memorial Hall Center for the Arts is convenient to all of southern Vermont, including Brattleboro and Bennington, the Berkshires of northern Massachusetts, as well as northeastern New York state and southwestern New Hampshire.

The Center offers a professional cultural arts series at Memorial Hall, 14 West Main Street, Wilmington, Vermont.
www.memhall.org




Ruby’s Hotel is an 1800’s architectural gem, lovingly restored, and furnished with all the original tables, chairs, lighting fixtures, Art Deco Bar and soda fountain. The charm and warmth of the bar/bistro area greets you upon entering. Enjoy fine dining in the back room amidst an amazing gallery of original oil paintings depicting scenes of Provence, France, all painted circa 1945. Our new out door creek side bar and dining area is the place to be on those warm summer evenings.
http://rubyshotel.com/

Welcome to the Saratoga SAVOY, Center of Dance, a social dance studio located in Saratoga Springs NY.  We specialize in Ballroom, Argentine Tango, Club Latin, Swing, indy Hop, Hip Hop, and More!
518-587-5132
7 Wells St. LL, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
http://www.saratogasavoy.com

 

Escape to the country, stroll down wooded lanes, bask in the sun, lounge at our pool, indulge in our hearty country breakfasts, watch leaves turn magnificent colors, snuggle up by our fireplace during the cooler months, enjoy the vistas from our expansive bluestone patio, picnic on Tanglewood’s lawn just across town, tour Edith Wharton’s estate, The Mount, right next door, gaze at star-crossed lovers at Shakespeare & Company, just down the road, wonder at dancers floating in air at Jacob’s Pillow Dance Theatre, just minutes away, marvel at the master’s works at the Norman Rockwell Museum, or spend a day with your feet up doing absolutely nothing.
40 Plunkett Street, Lenox, MA 01204
(413) 637-0060

www.sevenhillsinn.com

 

Welcome Aboard Our World on the Water
Lake Champlain is the largest freshwater lake in the U.S. after the five Great Lakes, and is one of Vermont’s most sought after destinations. The best way to enjoy the lake is with a cruise aboard the 424 passenger Spirit of Ethan Allen III. Discover the region’s rich history, as the Captain’s narration unfolds tales of Indian lore, the Revolutionary War, and Ethan Allen himself. Explore the depths of the shoreline as the ship cruisesalongside the lake’s unique geographic formations. Savor the majestic beauty of the Adirondack and Green Mountain ranges that surround the lake. Bring your cameras--the largest recorded mass siting of Champ, our elusive lake monster, was aboard the Spirit of Ethan Allen I.
http://www.soea.com/SOEA_home.html

 

The Stockade Inn, in Schenectady’s historic Stockade District, is the place for all of your dining, lodging and special-events needs. At our facility, we proudly offer a fine-dining restaurant featuring upscale American cuisine, six private-function rooms and a ewly renovated inn. We serve dinner as well as a Sunday brunch buffet. Our well-trained staff is here to serve you and make your special event or night on the town an unforgettable experience.
http://www.stockadeinn.com

 


a jazz club and more

Let taste be your downtown Albany destination for all your social needs with regularly scheduled live music, wine tasting events, after-work cocktail hours, mix-and-mingles nd so much more!
www.tastealbany.com.com

 

 

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