Souper Supper Jan 12 in Warwick 

  • Members of the She Said band will perform Jan. 12 in Warwick. —Submitted photo

Published: 1/4/2019 9:09:32 AM

WARWICK — The Warwick Arts Council and Wooden Fender will present the next Souper Supper and concert featuring “She Said” on Saturday, Jan. 12, at 6 p.m. in the  Town Hall on Warwick Common, Route 78.

At 6 o’clock the Warwick Arts Council will serve the Souper Supper with homemade soups and chili prepared and served by Warwick’s most talented gourmet cooks. Diners can enjoy a warm hearty supper with second helpings encouraged, then head upstairs for an evening of lively music and dancing. Dinner, with breads, dessert, and beverage is: adults $6, children $3

At 7 o’clock, Wooden Fender will present the Franklin County based band She Said, featuring Tanya Bryant (guitar and harmonica), Torie O’Dell (acoustic guitar), Margaret Fitzpatrick (keyboards), Nina Rossi (bass), and Gail Hegeman (drums). The members of this all female band came to the public stage at mid-life, but these 50-somethings arrived with a musical spirit so strong and infectious, that it is a joy to watch and hear them play. Dancing is highly encouraged. For more information visit:

Donations ($5 suggested) are gratefully accepted at the door to pay the band and support Wooden Fender's ongoing endeavor — in memory of Jeff Wallace — to keep live music happening in Warwick. Wooden Fender is a project of the Warwick Arts Council.

Proceeds from Souper Supper support the Warwick Arts Council, an organization that has sponsored art and cultural programs and events in the town of Warwick for over 30 years. Other programs it has hosted include: Annual Art Shows, Blues Nights, Old Home Days performances, concerts (from Jazz to Classical to Jug Band), Beatnik coffeehouses, narrative poetry evenings, Soup and Song gatherings, writing programs, slide shows, and school programs and scholarship support. The Warwick Arts Council and Wooden Fender have also completed grant-funded projects improving the acoustics and sound equipment at the Warwick Town Hall.

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