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Save the Date for the Auction for the Arts!
September 28, 2019 ~ 5:30-7:30pm

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Website in transition! Watch for new website in the new year, with 2019 programing coming soon!

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Poolville Country Store

NEW!! Have a complete night out
and save with dinner and a show:

Show your EOH show ticket while you dine at Poolville Country Store and receive a 20% discount on your meal!

Show your Poolville dinner receipt at the EOH Box Office and receive 10% off your show ticket!


Fred's Inn

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Office & Gallery Hours: Tue.-Fri. 10 - 5, Sat. 12-3

No admission is charged for the galleries, but donations are greatly appreciated!

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Canal Street String Band

September 27 @ 7PM





Event Date(s):

· Fri Sep 27 2019 7:00 PM eastern
Ticket price ranges for the above date:
Section C : $9.00 - $18.00
Section B : $12.00 - $23.00
Section A : $12.00 - $28.00

With three voices, fifty-five strings, and a pair of cow bones, The Canal Street String Band puts a brand-new shine on some seriously fun old American music.

Fiddle tunes....sea shanties....cowboy songs....canal ditties....mountain music....western swing...and originals too, with banjo, fiddle, twin mandolins, string bass, dobro, guitar, octave mandolin, assorted "pocket" instruments,  and three-part harmonies.

Phil Banaszak plays fiddle, mandolin and guitar, and sings.  A New York State fiddle champion and member of the North American Fiddlers Hall of Fame, Phil has the lowest-pitched singing voice ever, and a world-class mustache to boot.

Dave Ruch, a full-time musician/performer/music researcher/teaching artist, sings and plays mandolin, guitar, banjo, octave mandolin, bones, spoons, jaw harp and probably some other things too. 

Jim Whitford, a Buffalo Music Hall of Famer and sideman to the stars (Peter Case, Tarbox Ramblers, Gurf Morlix, Linda McRae), rocks the string bass as well as playing dobro and guitar and singing out with all he's got.  His dogs have names like Hazel and Merle.



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