Church Street Coffeehouse holding final show

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The Church Street Coffeehouse, The East Bay's longest running Coffeehouse will be holding its final regularly scheduled event on Saturday, Dec. 9th at 7:30pm. The Coffeehouse is located in the lower level of the First United Methodist Church 25 Church St. Warren, RI. Our line-up for this special event will be Church St. Coffeehouse Founder Eric Behr, Friday Night Open Mic Founder Manny Perry, along with special guests, Chuck Williams, Johnny Bothelo, and Mark Greenbaum.
Tickets to this event are $12 at the door and a simple buffet will be provided at a small additional charge. We will be holding a brief celebration following the show to honor all of our staff, both past and present. It has been our pleasure bringing you some of the areas finest performers for the past 16+ years.

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