Art Opening | Charity Event by Heidi Smyth- March 17th

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The Gentry invites you to “WHAT MOVES US” – Art Exhibit by Heidi Smyth on March 17th at 6:00 pm.

This exhibit is about the things that catch us in our hearts, the things we sometimes hope for but don’t really believe are possible, the suddenness of change that can catch us off guard, and the deeper unspoken things inside us.

“Art can transform us, it can cause a shift, touch a heart, move us into a more resourceful state, both as the artist and as the observer. Art can minister something to us in a time of need, and it is able to transcend time and space.” – Heidi Smyth.

20% of all art sale proceeds for the entire month will go to Hazel’s Heroes Organization.

Come check out the exhibit and don’t miss the opportunity to meet and chat with the talented artist.Her art will be displayed until mid-April at The Gentry.

The Silkstones Live – March 25th

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Join us for a night of alternative music with The Silkstones playing live at The Gentry!

The Silkstones are an alternative band hailing out of Lethbridge Alberta Canada, they make good use of the full-band instrumentation. With a fantastic intertwining of rhythm guitar, blazing electric leads, and groovy drumming, their music takes the listener on a journey with honest songwriting and energetic live performances.

They make the music that they want to hear, and have no problems sounding unique while doing it.

Doors open @ 6:00 pm March 25th
General Admission – $10.00

TICKETS: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-silkstones-live-the-gentry-tickets-31951043431

For more information please contact artists@thegentrycoffee.com

Murray Kinsley & Wicked Grin Live – April 13th

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Join us for a night of rock & blues with Murray Kinsley & Wicked Grin playing live at The Gentry!

Murray Kinsley & Wicked Grin are an Ottawa based original roots rock/blues band. Their sophomore album, Shame On Me (2013) was released to critical acclaim and wide-spread airplay in North America. The band received the 2014 Maple Blues Award for Best New Group. Shame On Me was named Best Canadian Blues Rock Album of 2014 and 2015 by The Blues Underground Network.

Doors open @ 7:00 pm April 13th.
General Admission – $15.00

TICKETS: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/murray-kinsley-wicked-grin-live-the-gentry-tickets-31083720244
For more information please contact artists@thegentrycoffee.com

Dan Frechette & Laurel Thomsen Live – May 26th

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Join us for a night of folk with Dan Flechette & Laurel Thomsen playing live at The Gentry!

Lyrically refreshing and musically diverse, since meeting in person in early 2013, this Canadian-American roots-folk duo has been making up for lost time. Logging over 150 concerts per year throughout the U.S. and Canada since then, they have already released three radio charting albums of their diverse and uplifting original material.

Doors open @ 6:30 pm May 26th.
General Admission – $10.00

TICKETS: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dan-frechette-laurel-thomsen-live-the-gentry-tickets-31084019138
For more information please contact artists@thegentrycoffee.com

Call it Serendipity Live – August 4th

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Join us for a night of live music with CALL IT SERENDIPITY playing live at The Gentry!

Call it Serendipity is an intimate singer-guitarist and woodwind duo from Toronto. The concept of Call it Serendipity is simple: They will bring you serendipity. Come join us this evening, we can promise you will be charmed by their take on songs from the 1940’s to present time.

Doors open @ 7:30 pm August 4th.
Free Admission

For more information please contact artists@thegentrycoffee.com

WOODLEY LIVE

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Woodley Live this Friday December 17th @thegentry . Doors open at 6:00pm

Canadian Duo with diverse musical influences including folk, rock, pop, country, and jazz. The fusion of Woodley’s powerful yet ethereal vocals and catchy pop-rock melodies make for beautifully dynamic songs that suit moods from merry and magical to mad and melancholy.

Reserved seating $15
General Admission $10