Monday, March 9, 2009

Our Doors are Open!

Neighbors from Boyertown, Bechtelsville, Barto, Bally, Gilbertsville, Oley(BBBBGO) and beyond

The love of coffee and culture knows know civic bounds so please feel included in the Building a Better Boyertown rhetoric! We are proud of B-town and excited to be smack-dab on main street doing our part to relax the weekday stresses and liven up those mellow wk-ends. Please come out and enjoy what we have to offer with events and atmosphere and Cappi Hour every Friday and Saturday from 5-7PM. Here's what's on board...

Today, March 9, 7-8:30PM
Jillian Prout is volunteering her time and energy to faciliate an intense yoga class on Monday nights. I've heard she gets the sweat flowing so come ready to get a work out and please remember we are accepting a 2$ donation for the class and a coffee coupon is included.

Tuesday, March 10, 7-9PM
Chess club is in house for the evening with Imra ready to spread light on the tactics of the game

Wednesday, March 11
The morning yoga class is continuing. If you have stayed away as of now please consider coming out to ensure that this class stays in session. This is a more personalized class that is great for mother's and ladies with flexible AM schedules.
Sam is the man and continues to lead an amazing evening class that fills up quick. Please come early to claim a spot on the freshly mopped floor and remember a 2$ donation is appreciated.

Thursday, March 12, 7-8:30PM
On Thursday nights we literally get literary. This month's poetry Open Mic led by our own Jodi Corbett is welcoming literature of the Celtic origin as we are getting close to St. Pattie's day. BUT, please be encouraged to share any sort of work and know that your words will be appreciated and taken to heart. Another related opportunity is the "Lit Table" that will be the "destination" to put your work- a single page or so- under class for folks to assess.

Friday, March 13, 7-10PM
Our Music Open-Mic is growing in popularity and musical excellence. We are extending the hours to faciliate more musician time but do come a bit early to get on the nightly schedule. And remember that we are always looking for new musicians to provide tunage every Friday and Saturday night so interested folks can email

Saturday, March 14, 7-9PM
Troy Rauenzahn is back after a short week's rest. This guy is a poet and plays the hand drums like a crazy man (in a good way) and plays a wide range of rock covers from the obscure to the well known Oasis hits and not to forget his own originals on his upcoming album- Chewing on Marbles. Yum!

Sunday, March 15, 7:30-9PM
Front Porch Church was almost out doors last night as the weather was almost there and the cafe was hopping with record Sunday evening attendance. This week we are showing the Rob Bell Film "Trees" which thoughtfully talks about life- timelines and meaning with the big picture in mind. We are a diverse group of friends who love sharing our heart and thoughts and welcome new comers to come as you are!

That is a wrap. A quick reminder that we have soo, soo much stuff happening here and are always open to new things. Our weekend Art Gallery is happening next week along with the Perspectives event- Food for the Hungry- and the Political Perspectives table-talks is in two weeks.

You are special and welcome here at the cafe
Be Blessed and love well
Mr. Bean

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