EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ -The East Brunswick Museum will host an afternoon of live music on Saturday, June 8 from 2 – 5 pm. Acoustic group Catmoondaddy will perform on the lawn of the Alice Appleby Devoe Memorial Library at 166 Main Street in East Brunswick, NJ.
Catmoondaddy is an acoustic trio combining guitar, harmonica, bass, and percussion with great vocals and harmonies. The group, consisting of band members Al Radzik, Walt Haake and Mike Mossa, have been playing together for more than 40 years and are known for creating a friendly, engaging atmosphere. Catmoondaddy will entertain you with classic rock, folk, country tunes by such favorites as James Taylor, Jim Croce, Paul Simon, Dion, Elvis, The Beatles, The Everly Brothers and The Band.
In addition to music, guests may enjoy exploring the historic neighborhood, visiting the East Brunswick Museum on 16 Maple Street, and taking a peek at the Alice Appleby Devoe Memorial Library. The building dates back to the early 1800’s. It was donated to the township by the Devoe family in 1945. It served as East Brunswick’s first library until 1966 and as a branch of the public library until it was closed in 1981.
Please bring blankets or chairs for this outdoor concert. This family-friendly event is free of charge, but donations are gladly accepted. Refreshments and beverages will be served. Check our Facebook page for updates in case of rain.
The East Brunswick Museum is a non-profit corporation that collects, preserves and interprets the history of East Brunswick from the arrival of the first settlers in the region until the present date. It is supported by memberships, fundraisers and grants from local and county governments. It is located at 16 Maple Street in the former Simpson United Methodist Church and is open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays from 1:30-4:00 pm.
16 Maple Street, East Brunswick, New Jersey