February 27th Jamestown’s St. Susan Center will host the second of three “Soup and a Song,” a program combining popular local musical groups and a great meal. For the modest admission price of $10, guests will be treated not only to an evening of live musical entertainment, but a meal consisting of 5 different specialty soups as well as various breads, crackers, desserts, and beverages.
The evening’s entertainment will be provided by Steel Rails. Musicians Dave Moller and Gary Cuckler give it their all wherever they play. Although from different backgrounds, their musical interests and directions merged creating a southern, country, rock sound that they love and have shared with others for over a decade. Gary and Dave enjoy playing for benefits like Soup and a Song. Executive Director Jeffrey Smith says, “We had Steel Rails here last year and the house was full, we are extremely grateful to have Steel Rails playing again this year.
The Soup and Song events will be held at St. Susan Center located at 31 Water Street. The public will be admitted beginning at 6:00 pm, with the entertainment beginning shortly after and playing until 8pm. Tickets are available at the door.
Proceeds from the Soup and a Song series will benefit St. Susan Center, Jamestown’s soup kitchen, which is beginning its 32nd year of service to the Jamestown community. According to Smith, 119,831 meals were served at the center in 2015, which is up 2,999 meals from 2014.