Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Better Late than Never?

Dear Friends-
It is Wednesday morning and I guess that the only excuse I have is that the heat roasted me a little bit more bitter than usual and henceforth the tardiness. Not sure about the correlation there but the important thing is that we care at the Bean to let you know what's up and happening throughout the week- especially this week with an amazing weekend of music on the docket- please read ahead!

It is Wednesday so this is old news but every last Tuesday of the month there is a Support Group gathering hosted by our own Ruthanne O'lock and last night was quite a success with a bunch of folks dealing with disabilities spending part of their evening together- to relax and get to know and encorage one another. Keep this in mind for yourself and family and friends who need a good support system as they keep up the good fight.

Wednesday, April 29th
Yoga is happening this morning and the word on the street is that the first class is now 8$ with regular class fees being 10$. Not bad so enjoy.
Vinyasa yoga is here for another night and tonight it will be a little cooler so when you go home you will be relaxed and not stressed by the summer heat. The class is offered for a 2$ donation so there is no reason not to try it out or continue your regular yoga routine.

Thursday, April 30th, 7PM
SCRABBLE is always played on Thursday nights and newcomers are always welcome to join in the spelling fun. It is semi-competitive so leave the proper nouns at home.

Friday, May 1st, 7-11PM
I think it is Flag Day or Independence Day in Mexico and in Boyertown we are celebrating with some exceptional music. Starting off the night from 7-9 is Haley Sheeler from Reading who has played here once before and is quite good. You can check her out at and there you will find she is rockin and worth your audience.
As for the followup act, we are priveleged to have Wayne Johnston who virtually resides at but more importantly is here at the cafe on Friday night. This guy is heart and soul blues and has quite the history as a regional blues top notch musician. I confess I'm not quite sure what Wayne has accomplished but everyone I tell about his appearance is shocked and excited so please, please, please welcome him to Boyertown.

Saturday, May 2nd, 7-11PM
And Saturday night is no musical let down with a full slate for yall. Starting off the night is a local folk/country band, the Barn Swallows. This band plays a lot locally and you can here songs from the recent album on their myspace- They are very talented and it is our pleasure to have them with us on Saturday.
And graciously taking the later slot for the evening is Troy Allen who has played here at the Bean a bunch of times. Troy is a poet and a mad drummer and knows how to sing doing a wide range of alternative covers and having a CD's worth of original music that comprises his new album- Chewing on Marbles which he should have on hand on Sat. night. Feel free to check out his site at

Sunday, May 3rd, 7PM
If you are over 50 and Single there is only one place you should be on Sunday night. The Bean is hosting a "Fifty and Free" singles social group event here at the cafe and the organizers are excited to offer this opportunity for you to put off inhibitions and excuses and enjoy the evening with other friendly singles. A contact to get a better feel for the night is Diane whose number is 610- 367- 9779

That is a wrap for the week. From the bottom of our coffee cups we thank you for your continued support and friendship. We value you and ask you to return and tell friends. Our doors are almost always open and the planter boxes will be filled by the weekend so enjoy the porch!

Be Blessed
Mr. Bean

1 comment:

LikeClochework said...

Still waiting for you to let people know that our knit and crochet group meets at the Bean every Sunday from 2-5:00 p.m. - and has been for quite a while! We always welcome new faces and are glad to teach the basics as well!