Homes for the Holidays and Habitat for Humanity of Westchester invites you to help build four homes in the town of New Castle. Stop by Chappaqua Station on November 28th through December 3rd, make a donation and/or find out how you can get involved. Representatives from Habitat of Westchester will be there during the week. The week culminates in an incredible evening of Jazz with the Daniel Lauter Quartet.
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“We are excited about partnering up with Chappaqua Station in our first Homes for the Holidays week!” Jim Killoran, CEO of Habitat for Humanity of Westchester. On December 3rd a night of food, fun, and music will be held at the restaurant starting at 7:00pm featuring hometown band leader and saxophonist, Dan Lauter. Many volunteers have helped us already and this will help us raise up walls so next holiday four families will have homes.
“In keeping with our commitment to live music at the station and our ongoing support for all things local, this partnership was an obvious opportunity to help others in our community. What a great way to welcome the holidays this year with a charitable donation together with a night of fabulous food, drink and jazz." commented Peter Chase, Chappaqua Station – Farm to Town.
Daniel Lauter, local Chappaqua resident and composer of catchy and melodic original jazz, performs with Tenor, Alto and Soprano Sax. His jazz groups have performed for the Sag Harbor American Music Festival, James Beard Chef & Champagne, Wolffer Estates, Stonebarns Center, Summerstage, Blue Note Groove Series. His tribal swing, jump blues tune, 'Ever So Slow' was aired on XM Radio. Diverse in background, in his earlier years he was selected as one the San Francisco Bay area's top 10 rock bands for a single release with the band RX, on Sax fronting bands that performed at the Filmore, Wolfgangs, Kabuki Theater, I Beam, Keystone, Berkeley Square; and originated a Tribal Swing sound at SF nightclubs. He has been recognized by Billboard for original Jazz tunes. Lauter studied classical music and performance at Purchase Conservatory majoring in Clarinet with Charles Russo, NY City Opera and David Weber, NYC Ballet.
Live jazz music is from 7-10pm pm - dinner is served both before and during the show. Be sure to check out our delicious craft cocktail menu as well. Tickets do not include food or drink.
Bar seating available on first come, first served basis.
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