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Niagara Coffee Haus series to begin on March 4

MILLIS – In March, the Millis Cultural Council is starting the Niagara Coffee Haus in the historic Niagara Firehouse building at 8 Exchange Street. 

                                                                  Jennifer Tefft 

The all-volunteer project is in association with the Millis Historical Commission and will take place on the first Friday of each month starting on March 4th from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. with a show featuring local favorites, singer/songwriters Jennifer Tefft and Mike Tarara. 
A $5 donation will be suggested at the door. Doors will open at 7:30 p.m., with show time at 8 p.m. It is BYOB, and coffee and baked items will also be available. 
The project aims to provide a vintage coffee house ambience through the tradition of folk and acoustic music creating community and contributing to the cultural vitality of Millis.
The series will feature musicians that play original material in the folk/country/rock/jazz/blues tradition and all music that promotes equity and diversity. Acts will be primarily acoustic or an electric/acoustic hybrid. Future performers will include Charlie Farren, Dwayne Haggins, Pamela Means, Rachel Sumner, Willie Laws, Gian Carlo Buscaglia, Sarah Borges, Mark Femino, and Antje Duvekot. 

                                                                  Mike Tarara 

At press time, capacity will be limited to 40 audience members per show, not including staff and musicians. All audience members, including staff and performers must show proof of vaccination. Masking will be mandated pending further notice. Limited space is available, so please email [email protected] for reservation info.  
Americans with disabilities, please contact the council for seating information. Visit the Niagara Coffee Haus and/or the Millis Cultural Council Facebook pages for regular updates. 
This series is brought to you in part by a grant from the Millis Cultural Council which is a subsidiary of the Mass Cultural Council.
Learn more about the history of the Niagara building and past remodeling project, visit