Friday Summer nights on the Stone Soup Garden Patio!
Cafe open til 8PM
Bookstore & Patio til 9PM
Stone Soup will be open LATE on Friday's
Friday, Aug 1st , 6:30-8:30PM,
Seconds at the Soup Music Series presents
Carl Shapiro and The Harmolodics are in the pursuit of complete musical excellence. Formed in the spring of 2011, The Harmolodics have been striving to bring the joy of jazz and other improvisational music to the Mid Atlantic and beyond. Our goal is to provide our audience with the immense complexities of jazz and world music without a pretentious predisposition. We want, above all, for people to enjoy our music over a fine glass of wine, beer, or spirits without feeling the need to remain tight-lipped. The Harmolodics music is a home to conversation and romance, an authentic big city feel without the price tag or travel. We are open to playing any event without reservation.
Live Music at Waynesboro's favorite outdoor venue!
Enjoy live music with the whole family ‘til the Stars come out!
$5 Cover charge, Children under 12 FREE. Open Seating. Café Menu hours extended until 8PM. Book, Beverage, & Dessert service til 9PM
Tuesday, Aug 12th, 5:30PM, Martha Woodroof's "Small Blessings" Book Launch
JOIN us for the long awaited sure-to-be Seller of the Summer from our very own Martha Woodroof - "Small Blessings" - an inspiring tale of a small-town college professor, a remarkable new woman at the bookshop, and the ten-year old son he never knew he had.
Stone Soup Cafe will be open late serving up some good old fashioned southern fare with our own flare - Soup Shots, Ham Biscuits & Peach Hand Pies. Martha will give a short talk and will be available for Signing & Personalized Copies of "Small Blessings" to Purchase or SHIP ANYWHERE!!
Tuesday, Aug 19th, 7:00 PM, “Summer Classics ” Book Discussion of “Streetcar Named Desire” by Tennessee Williams
“What is straight? A line can be straight, or a street, but the human heart, oh, no, it's curved like a road through mountains.” Tennessee Williams
Join us for this fun discussion of Tennessee William's classic play, "Streetcar Named Desire".Watch the play, read the play, watch the movie or just come to hear a lively discussion.
“Off the Walls” Art Exhibit – Nancy Maxson
On our wall July and August
Nancy says, 'The deep pleasure of living in the Blue Ridge is the catalyst for my images, in colors and words. The haiku are companions that sneak in around
the fleeting edges. Together, they find a kind of rhythm
and keep me breathing in time with everything that Is-
New works on the walls accompanied by haiku!
"Cloud messages - art in watercolors,
ink, and haiku"
Monday, August 25th 5:30pm -
Vine & Verse
A time for sharing poetry
Fourth Mondays 5:30 pm
in our Hearth Room
Sit back sipping and listen to poetry with Stone Soup’s “Of Vine & Verse”! A very informal and casual gathering of friendly folks who love poetry (or want to). Bring a favorite poem to share or just come to enjoy others' favorites.