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Summer Unplugged @ Lamppost Farm


Ditch the screens and get outside with the whole family for a series of evenings around the campfire and under the stars at Lamppost Farm.   Stories, songs, and s’mores plus nightly dinners featuring Lamppost’s amazing grass fed meats and farm activities.  June 26, 27 & 28.  6:00 – 9:00 pm.  Facilitators include Mel & Steve Montgomery of Lamppost Farm, Pastor Fritz from First Presbyterian and THE HUB’s resident spiritual director JoAnn Barto.

This is a multi-generational, family centered event.  All children must be accompanied by an adult.  Pre-registration & payment is required.  Capacity is limited.  Registration deadline: Sunday, June 24.


  • Swing Time Big Band in Concert

    Under the Dome presents Cleveland’s Swing Time Big Band – Sunday, June 10 @ 2:00 pm for the annual Strawberry Festival concert.  The free concert will be followed by free strawberries and ice cream in the church hall.

    Whether performing at the Ohio Governor’s Inaugural, the 2016 Republican National Convention or any of the myriad events at which Swing Time has performed over its 25 years, the 17-piece band prides itself on a fiery brass section, a “smooth as silk” sax section and a swinging rhythm section.  When you add the vocal stylings and intensity of singer Anna Givens to the mix you have a crowd-pleasing recipe for a dynamite evening.  

    The band features authentic arrangements from the swing era, featuring composers and band leaders such as Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Tommy Dorsey, Stan Kenton, Glen Miller and others.


  • Labra Brothers in Concert

    Under the Dome concerts presents The Labra Brothers at First Presbyterian Church on April 29 at 6:00 pm. The concert is free.

    Composed of brothers (and Crestview grads) Adrian Labra (Guitar), Christian Labra (Bass) and David Labra (Guitar/Sax), the Labra Brothers have emerged as one of the Mahoning Valley’s premier musical groups. Strong three-part harmonies backed by a high-energy grove of funk, Latin and R&B get audiences up and dancing. Live shows feature covers of popular artists such as John Mayer, Alabama Shakes and Los Lonely Boys along with original tunes. The Labra Brother’s self titled, 5-song EP can be heard on iTunes and Spotify. They are currently working on a new album, Colder Weather, which should be released this fall.

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