Fireside Café in East Earl launched Fireside Fridays this summer season.
“This event was created as a way for the community to come together and enjoy the summer evenings,” mentioned Michael Esh, proprietor of Fireside Café. “Fireside’s goal is to create a place that may be a bit different from most coffee shops and that’s why we plan events like this.”
Held each Friday night time for the remainder of the summer season and into fall, the occasion options dwell music, corn gap, door prizes and different enjoyable actions from 6 to 9 p.m.
“We had a nice crowd for the first several weeks and we are hoping that it continues to grow as the word spreads about the event,” mentioned Esh.
Live music options all kinds of native artists.
“The live music artists that are booked for the summer cover a wide range of styles and genres, so there will be something for everyone. We have anything from jazz to classical to country to blues to worship music,” mentioned Esh. “The schedule is posted on our website and people can watch our social media pages or sign up for our email list to stay updated.”
During Fireside Fridays, corn gap winners obtain reward playing cards. Door prizes will probably be awarded to a number of winners all through the night. Everyone will probably be entered to win a Breeo Fire Pit and six-months of free espresso for which winners will probably be drawn on the final Friday night time of the season.
Besides Fireside Fridays, the café frequently hosts popup outlets with native companies and different particular occasions.
Located at 158 Toddy Drive in East Earl close to Shady Maple, Fireside Café serves espresso, sandwiches, salads and pastries. Founder’s Corner, which is the out of doors kitchen on the patio that’s a part of Fireside, serves cheeseburgers, cheesesteaks, BLTs, sausage sandwiches, and comfortable ice cream.
For extra info or for a schedule of leisure, go to https://www.firesidecafe.web/ or observe on Facebook at https://www.fb.com/firesidecafe.