Jeff DeMark and Friends

An Evening of Stories and Music Under the Willow Creek Summer Sky Writer/musician Jeff DeMark and friends return to Studio 299 on Saturday, September 13 to perform stories and music on the lawn. The show begins at 7p.m. and is presented in collaboration with Redbud Theater. DeMark has performed numerous times for Redbud Theater and he appeared last year at Studio 299 with poet Mediha Saliba to a warm and appreciative crowd. DeMark has been performing in Humboldt County for almost 25 years, sharing his stories about baseball, adventure -- and misadventure --family and more with humor and soul. This past July he put together a sold out variety show in the Big Hammer tent for Dell'Arte's Mad RIver Festival. DeMark has written five solo storytelling shows, three of which debuted at Dell'Arte. He has toured from California to the Midwest to New York and now mostly performs in galleries, schools, theaters, cafe and clubs in Humboldt County. Joining Jeff DeMark will be fiddler Marnin Robbins and other guests. More information on DeMark can be found on his web site, www.jeffdemark.com The September 13th show is free (though donations are gratefully accepted at the door). Refreshments will be available for purchase. Studio 299 is a non-profit community group devoted to the promotion and development of the arts in the Klamath and Trinity communities of Northern California. The gallery and gift shop is located at 75 The Terrace in Willow Creek. Completed in 2012, the multipurpose gallery offers an attractive location for the community to come together at monthly openings, open mike nights, and special events and during gallery hours. Redbud Theater has been providing culture and entertainment for the Trinity River community since the 1970’s. The group was incorporated as a community non-profit in 1983 and now makes its home at the Camp Kimtu Cookhouse near Veterans Park.