A Folk & Acoustic Music Series Since 1973
Concerts at The Universalist Church, 433 Fern St., West Hartford, CT*
860-770-3001•Credit/Debit Cards Accepted at the Door
*unless noted otherwise
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Meeting House Presents! shows in cooperation with The Sounding Board take place at:
The Unitarian Society
50 Bloomfield Ave.
From I-84 eastbound:
• Take I-84 to exit 43/Park Road-West Hartford Center.
• Get in the center lane on the exit ramp and turn right on Park Road. Then take an immediate left at the next light on Trout Brook Drive.
• Follow Trout Brook Drive to the 6th traffic light and turn right on Albany Ave.
• Follow Albany Ave. to the 4th traffic light and turn left on Bloomfield Ave.
• The Unitarian Society is the first building on the right. Turn right into the driveway. Parking is available on the left side of the building.
From I-84 westbound:
• Take I-84 to exit 44/Prospect-Oakwood Ave..
• At the end of the exit ramp, turn right on Kane St. Then take an immediate left at the next light on Prospect Ave..
• Follow Prospect Ave. to the end and turn right on Albany Ave.
• Turn left at the next traffic light on Bloomfield Ave.
• The Unitarian Society is the first building on the right. Turn right into the driveway. Parking is available on the left side of the building. Handicapped parking spaces are located across from the front door.
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