Cozy fall activity in Highlands

Highlands Music Coffee House second Saturday of every month

As the leaves begin to fall, many are looking for indoor activities.

A popular happening for all seasons is the Highlands Music Coffee House, held on the second Saturday night of each month at the historic Caleb Pike House, 1589 Millstream Rd.

The next event takes place on Oct. 10 and features the band West My Friend. This group is emerging as a unique voice in the area’s music scene, filled with four-part harmonies.

Doors open at 7 p.m. with entertainment starting at 7:30. Every evening is kicked off with an open mic portion before the headliner takes the stage.

Organizers ask for a $5 donation but do not want to hinder anyone from joining and admission is free for anyone under the age of 15. Tea, coffee and goodies are also supplied free of charge.


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