Jazz Perpetrators Perform at Goshen Farm’s “Java and Jazz” Benefit

Posted: March 18, 2012 in Latest News

Historic Goshen Farm located in Cape St. Claire

The Jazz Perpetrators will help the Goshen Farm Preservation Society toot its own horn as they provide the musical entertainment at the Society’s Second Annual Java & Jazz event on Sunday, March 25. The event, to be held 3-5pm at St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church (1601 Pleasant Plains Road, Annapolis, MD 21409), is a fundraiser to benefit the restoration and preservation of nearby Goshen Farm.

Conveniently located just off of eastbound Rt. 50, a few miles before the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, the church’s community hall will swing and sway with the smooth sounds of the Jazz Perpetrators who will entertain attendees as they feast on a wide range of savory hors d’oeuvres and tasty treats, washed down with a selection of coffees and teas, all provided by Rocca Culinary Services, owned by local chef and caterer Beth Rocca.

Barbara Morgan, President of the GFPS, remarked, “Goshen Farm is a community treasure. The Society has been working since 2007 to preserve the property for future generations. We invite our friends and neighbors to come share a Sunday afternoon with us and learn more about the property and our efforts to save it.” Guests will be able to learn about history of the property and the restoration plans, catch up on the Society’s efforts, and find out how they can become a part of preserving local history.

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