Sunday Songfest at The Arnold House Barn
August 28, 2016 3 – 7 PM
The Arnold House –
Congregation Agudas Achim of Livingston Manor is sponsoring a unique musical and dining experience as a fundraiser. Tickets for the musical program will be $20 per person for up to 4 continuous hours of outstanding entertainment. An all you can chicken barbeque at $20/pp (may not be available on the 28th for purchase) will be available the entire time. A combo ticket for $36/pp can be purchased in advance. Tickets are available from by calling 439-3600 or by emailing: agudasachim @hvc.rr.com. Our goal is to raise money to help enable us to preserve and maintain our historic 90 year old synagogue. The Agudas Achim synagogue is on the state and national register of historic places. It is also recognized as a significant building and community by Synagogues around the world.
On Sunday August 28th from 3-7 pm music will fill the barn pavilion behind the Inn on Shandelee Road between Livingston Manor and Youngsville. The Arnold is well known by locals and visitors alike and highly rated for its food and hospitality.
The Levins will be playing music from various folk and Jewish traditions. They perform at numerous folk festivals, secular venues and synagogues throughout the country and have just returned from a successful tour of the Midwest. They are winners of numerous awards for the quality of their music. Go to www.thelevins.com to learn more and listen to their music.
David Rosenberg is well known around Sullivan County for encouraging the audience to sing along while he plays music everyone will know. Joining him will be Debbie Fisher and Joanna Gass to complete a trio reminiscent of old Catskill hotels where the musicians interacted with the audience to create a fun atmosphere questions call Bob while playing great music. Sherree KaneGraber of Washingtonville will also be performing.
Sunday Songfest will be one of the best events of the summer season. Everyone will have a great time. Where else could you get 4 hours of outstanding music and unlimited dinner cooked by gourmet chefs for $36? Contact Lynne Freedman at 439-5708