We are getting excited!! We have added a  North Mountain Coffee coffee bar, Boates Apple cider,  Big Mosas Samosas (samosa vendor) AND rough camping to our evening….AND Melyssa Hutchinson our  highly regarded jiu=jitsu  guide just received her BROWN BELT this past weekend in Montreal. Congratulations Melyssa! Its gonna be great fun.  And yes, it is family friendly. Map  to Woodlawn Hollow on the side bar to your right.  Minimum number of advance tickets on sale now…..poster

Live at the Library

One of our favourite places to share our music….Wolfville Memorial Library on Elm Avenue….a beautiful setting…if its sunny we will be on the patio..if it rains we will be cozy inside this beautiful old train station…A Sunday afternoon in June..please join us…..Kate and Cathy PS we will have a surprise…..a banjo plucking musical friend…??!!

Sip into Summer Soiree

SPCA poster

We are so happy to be playing for this fab SPCA “Sip into Summer Soiree” SPCA fundraiser, June 6th, 6.30pm at the Louis Millet Complex in New Minas. Wine.Cheese.Dessert….three of our favourite things…see you there…

Cuckoo Moon CD Release

                                                                                                                                                                                                                  It’s a mini festival…’s an open air concert…. it’s a jui-jitsu demo…. its a dance under the stars…it’s Cuckoo Moon​’s CD release! Save June 27th on your calendars…tickets $10….



New album …Love is all we Leave

cuckoo-moonWe have been working slowly on our new album “Love is all we Leave” with the fabulous Scott Hupman. Its a simple live off the floor recording…..just Cath and me (Kate) and our guitars…..well that’s how it started BUT we are so happy to have some of our musical friends…old and new joining us on some of our new songs . Our album release is scheduled for June 27, 2015. An outdoor mini festival event in Woodlawn Hollow. Bring a picnic….we will be joined by rapper Pete Adams, vocalist Melissa Chengetai, banjo pluckin’ Lisa Rice and the rhythm boys, Adam Bazinett and Chris Robison. We’ll finish the celebrating and dancing under the stars with the  fabulous Hupman Brothers Band. Tickets will be available soon.