Enjoy Live Music At Lime Hollow Nature Center


The Lime Hollow Nature Center and the Center for the Arts of Homer announce the formation of a new monthly music series! 

The Lime Hollow Nature Center and the Center for the Arts of Homer have partnered together to present the Red Oak Music Series – a new outdoor, family-friendly, monthly music series running from April to September 2022. Performances and outdoor activities will take place at Lime Hollow’s beautiful education campus at 3277 Gracie Rd.  This series is made possible by a CNY ARTS Community Arts Grant (NYSCA Statewide Community Art Grant) and season sponsors GeoLogic and Dave Yaman Realty Services. 

The following dates and performers have been scheduled (the event runs from 12 – 4pm each month) with potential for more performers and activities to be announced as the season unfolds. 

April 30 – Colleen Kattau & Dos XX with Jamie Yaman
May 21 – Austin MacRae and Jen Cork
June 25 – Cloey Tierno, Dan & Joe (of Driftwood)
July 23 – Chasing Neon and Jon Rogalia
August 27 – PeoplePeople and Doug & Eamonn Hubert
September 17 – Tribal Revival 



Refreshments, field games, and other activities will take place each month during the event, and hiking, picnicking, and exploring are encouraged. Admission is free (donations will be accepted to support programs at Lime Hollow and the Center for the Arts).

Executive Director of Lime Hollow, Ilya Shmulenson says, “We can’t think of a better way to enjoy the outdoors than with family, friends, and great local performances. The Red Oak Monthly Music Series is an incredible opportunity for the Central NY community to come together to support local musicians and nonprofits. We are thrilled to partner with the Homer Center for the Arts  and are excited to host this new event in our area. We hope people will take the opportunity to explore our many trails and make this a new monthly tradition to get outside and come together.”

“We are excited to be partnering with Lime Hollow Nature Center in what we are calling an “intersection of nature and music,” says Executive Director at the Homer Center for the Arts Ty Marshal, “plus this is a fun way to serve our community in new and exciting ways. We are encouraging folks to come out and enjoy the picturesque surroundings that Lime Hollow has to offer, while listening to some of our finest local talent.” 

For more information, visit https://center4art.org/red-oak-music-series/

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