Monday 28 January & Thursday, 31 January –
6-8 p.m. at the Crozet Firehouse
$65.00 Due at the time of registering.
Please bring a birth certificate for each child registering.
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Tuesday, January 28 –
There is a FREE tax seminar this Tuesday, January 29 at Crozet Library at 7:00 PM in the meeting room.Â If you have questions about the Alternative Minimum Tax delays or just want to make sure you are getting every deduction you deserve please come meet our tax professional.
The Planning Commission will hold a work session on Tuesday, January 29, at their regular 6:00 p.m. meeting, to review and discuss the Crozet Downtown Zoning project.
Discussion will include review and recommendation on proposed regulations for a new Downtown Crozet Zoning district and boundaries for a potential County-initiated rezoning to the proposed zoning district.
The Commission will be asked to review and provide specific comment on the following issues:
â€¢ Proposed By-right & Special Use Permit Uses permitted by the proposed Downtown Crozet Zoning district regulations
â€¢ Boundaries of County-Initiated Rezoning
â€¢ Buffer/Screening Adjacent to Residential Districts requirements of the proposed Downtown Crozet Zoning district
â€¢ Information regarding potential impacts of a County-initiated rezoning, including implications to the Entrance Corridor & Architectural Review Board (ARB) guidelines
From a truly underground (NYC subway) background, the uniqueness of Benyaro, a folk-pop trio led by Ben Musser and sister, Meg Chamberlin, is the creation of songs with themes of idealism, mountains and stars, and a latent spirituality while keeping to a simple folk-pop format. Older listeners will recall memories of late 60’s-early ’70’s country pop that one might see on TV.Â “Humble Child” is a fine introduction, with a sound comparable somewhere between a righteous Gram & Emmylou, and Three Dog Night.
Ben Musser and Tucker Yaro met in the spring of 2005. A â€œcraigslistâ€ match-made-in-heaven, both were happy to discover they lived right down the street from one another in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. So, they got together and started playing.
Tucker was into the sound coming from Benâ€™s four-track, and Ben was into Tuckerâ€™s playing and singing. Benyaro was born and the two took their sound to the subway platforms, not having a venue to perform at. They drew large crowds and were soon offered slots in various NYC venues despite having no demo or recorded material.
Once in the NYC club scene, Benyaro augmented their sound by adding the voice of Meg Chamberlin. Meg, Benâ€™s sister and a singer in her own right, adds an incredible female voice and occasional percussion to the band.
Since then, Benyaro has not only performed all over Brooklyn and Manhattan, receiving praise for their unique acoustic roots/soul sound, but has also opened for the legendary Malcolm Holcombe in Boston, NYC, and Johnson City (TN) as well as performed on their own in Austin, Nashville, Atlanta, Chicago, Washington DC, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Charlottesville, Richmond, Blacksburg, Raleigh, Charlotte, Gastonia, Boone, Pittsboro (NC), Spartanburg, Columbia, Hartsville (SC), Savannah, Gainesville, Ft. Lauderdale, Orlando, De Land (FL), Beaumont (TX), Harrisburg, Wilmington (DE) and Mackinac Island (MI). Benyaro has achieved all of this without a studio recording. They did appear on a radio show in Blacksburg, VA (WUVT) and were able to use that humble recording for booking and to sell at shows to start spreading the good word that is their sound.
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