What type of concert is this?
This is a sing-along event of audience favorite love songs. It is a relaxed, casual, fun time. Love songs and chocolate! What a great combination! Join us on Valentines Day!
If you have a favorite love song that you’d like to see on the program, send your suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Is there an admission fee?
There is a suggested sliding scale donation of $10-$20. All proceeds will benefit the St. John’s Episcopal Church Building Fund.
Will song lyrics be provided?
Yes, the lyrics to the songs on the program will be available.
How long will the event last?
The event is planned to last about 1 1/2 – 2 hours.
How does the chocolate fit in?
There will be sweet refreshments served at the event with chocolate as the main theme.
What is the seating like?
Seating will be in cushioned church pews, with some chair seating also available. The church seats about 300 people. Seating is on a first come basis.
Is this handicap accessible?
Yes, the church is fully handicap accessible. A handicap ramp is located on the left side of the church as you face it. On entering that side door, take an immediate right into the short hallway that will lead you into the church. There are 4 short pews visible from the main aisle to accommodate wheelchairs and companion seating.
A handicap accessible bathroom is available at the rear left of the church (as you face the front).
Handicap parking is available next to the handicap ramp, as well as in the semi-circle immediately in front of the church.
Is this event appropriate for children?
You are welcome to bring children with you to the event. There will be nothing inappropriate for kids. However, they might be bored to tears listening to songs they don’t know. You may want to consider bringing a quiet activity for them to do during the concert that would not be disruptive or distracting to others who attend.
Is child care available?
Where can I park?
Metered parking is available on Elm St. in front of the church, as well as Bedford Terrace, a side street close to the church. Meters are free after 6 pm.
Parking is also available in the Smith College lots in the evenings and on weekends.
Is there a dress code for the concert?
No. Wear what is comfortable for you, as long as it is respectful of others. You will fit right in.