Blue Sky Benefit and Folk Jam

You are invited to the Blue Sky Benefit & Folk Jam on September 27, 2014, from 4 to 9 p.m. Admission is free for some great music, jamming, and fun! There will be opportunities to purchase food and beverage as well as donate to a good cause.

For a folkalicious good time . . .

An Open Stage – sign up for your time here
Jamming in Every Corner
Great Auction Items
Fireside Singalong
Local Fall Cuisine
Local Beer
Rain or Shine

Come to perform, jam, or just watch and listen! We promise fun and flavorful folk music. Amateur and professional folk musicians and students alike are invited to perform on the Open Stage and share your musical gifts with the rest of us.

This is a community-building day to support our parent organization, the North East Ohio Music Heritage Association. Our expenses for putting on Blue Sky events are NOT fully covered by gate receipts and we depend on donors and sponsors like you. In fact, after three years of great weather, a late March snowstorm for our Missy Raines concert, and then a cold rainy day for our May folk festival put us solidly in the. . .red. Ouch.

The Blue Sky Benefit & Folk Jam will be held on the grounds of East Shore Unitarian Universalist Church, 10848 Chillicothe Road (Route 306 one-half mile south of Route 6), Kirtland, Ohio 44094. Questions? Call 440-417-2796 or email See you there!

Donations needed for auction
Please consider donating a product or service for our September 27 Chinese auction at the Folk Jam. It’s a great way to promote your business or an organization. Some auction ideas: tickets to events, baskets of goodies, gift certificates, your art work, a CD of your music, etc. Contact Jerie Green at 440-417-2796 or with the specifics by September 20.

Brought to you by . . .
The Blue Sky Folk Festival is brought to you by the North East Ohio Musical Heritage Association. Our mission is to provide venues and opportunities for the performance, sustenance and preservation of folk music in our region through the creation of inspiring experiences that stimulate a personal love and appreciation of folk music.

You are welcome to make a tax-deductible donation to our organization so we can put on more of these great events. Or you can send a check to NEOMHA, PO Box 1032, Chardon, Ohio 44024. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.


Jenny Hershberger
Author: Jenny Hershberger

Jenny Hershberger was born and raised in Geauga County, Ohio. Since graduating from Marietta College she has worked as a free-lance photographer and graphic designer. Recently Jenny has become a published author, writing “Single and Content, a Journey from Despair to Delight”. She has traveled extensively throughout the USA and to several foreign countries.