The Howling Coyote Coffeehouse/Open-Mic mourns the passing of legendary folksinger Pete Seeger with a celebration of his life and music during its regular concert time following the first Friday ramble (February 7th). There will be a Jam session beginning at 6 pm with a 6:30 pm sign-up for performers. Seeger was a well-known civil rights activist and famous for the many songs he wrote which include "If I Had A Hammer", "Where Have All the Flowers Gone?", and "Turn, Turn, Turn". This Celebration may continue for the next two or three months.
The Howling Coyote was founded as part of "For Love of Arts Month" and will be commemorating its 9th anniversary. More than 200 artists have been presented since its inception. The event is open to acoustic musicians/singers/songwriters, poets and storytellers. Professional sound and lighting are provided by Skip Connelley.