Ida Mae Sprecker



Past Events


Strangled Darlings

Covid Cancellation:
Strangled Darlings

Saturday, September 5, 2020

Portland’s Strangled Darlings return with their punk intensity to folk pop and completely bust the mold, creating smart, irreverent tunes using classic acoustic folk instrumentation paired with rough, impassioned vocals. Think of it rather like the Clash with an indie Northwestern American aesthetic.-- Popmatters, May 2012


Winter Animals
Saturday, March 7, 2020
Come for an evening of Vermont Rock & Roll from up the road in Peru. The original music of singer/songwriter Jay Ouellette with bassist Joel Jordan,drummer Eric Nathan and guitarist David Domenick


A Celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Monday, January 20, 2020 at 3pm
Join us as we celebrate Dr. King's birthday featuring readings from his essays and speeches, plus songs and poems that are inspired by his legacy and commitment to peace, justice and anti-racism. We welcome your participation and encourage you to bring any related readings or songs that have been inspiring to you.

Pot luck dinner to follow! Outlets are available for crock-pots and electric chafing dishes. Sorry, no Sterno or open flame allowed.

3:00pm "John Lewis: Get In The Way" documentary
(Recommended for children 6th grade and up)
4:00pm Songs, discussion and community reading
5:00-ish Potluck supper

FREE event Co-sponsored by the West River Community Project and the Jamaica Community Arts Council.

Volunteers Wanted
We need your help! From something small like hanging a few posters to being the chairperson and the driving energy of a special event, your help is greatly appreciated. If you are interested please contact PatMeulemans at or stop in and chat at the beer shop in Rawsonville or with Karen at D&K.


All Shows
Unless Noted
Doors Open
Show @ 7pm

$10 suggested
donation @ door

Shows are BYOB

Wheelchair Accessible

Roadside Parking

Jamaica Town Hall
3735 VT Route 30
Jamaica, Vermont


Jamaica Town Hall
3735 VT Route 30
Jamaica, VT