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OFC is now offering a wide range of events that are free to attend - no tickets needed!

Find details on upcoming free OFC events below, shows and events are added regularly.
Please check our Facebook and social media pages for last minute updates and announcements

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OFC Creations Presents
 

Cafe Jazz Nights

Live in person performance every other Thursday evening, including

February 9, February 23, March 9, March 23 from 6PM-7:30PM at OFC's The Old Farm Cafe; Appropriate for all ages

 

The Old Farm Cafe comes to life with Cafe Jazz Night! Featuring Max Robbins, OFC's Jazz Night will include solo piano  (occasionally including other instruments and soloists) comprised of jazz standards and repertoire. This event is free to attend, no tickets are required. Food and beverages will be available for sale upon arrival.

***NEW*** All Jazz Nights in January will have beer & wine available for sale

Interested in singing or performing alongside Max at an upcoming Jazz Night? Contact Max Robbins at mkr6705@gmail.com

 

ABOUT THE CAFE VENUE

OFC's The Old Farm Cafe is located next door to the OFC Creations Theatre Center (3450 Winton Place). The cafe offers a one-of-a-kind experience, transporting guests to a captivating, whimsical, and unique theatrical barnyard. The cafe serves hot and cold drinks, coffee and other hand-crafted caffeinated beverages, sandwiches, personal pizzas, and a range of food options for the whole family. Find out more at www.TheOldFarmCafe.com

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Max Robbins is a trumpet player, pianist, and educator from Rochester, NY. He grew up studying both classical and jazz music with several Eastman faculty and Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra musicians. Max has performed at the Rochester International Jazz Festival, Tanglewood Music Festival, Brevard Music Center, and several jazz clubs in Pittsburgh and Boston. He teaches trumpet privately and is a music director for youth theatre in Cambridge, MA. Max is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University with a degree in Psychology and Trumpet Performance and the Harvard Graduate School of Education with a degree in Human Development and Arts in Education.

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OFC Creations Presents
 

Cafe Broadway Nights

Live in person performance every other Tuesday evening, including:

February 14, February 28, March 14, March 28 from 6PM-7:30PM at OFC's The Old Farm Cafe; Appropriate for all ages

 

They say the neon lights are bright on Broadway, but there is something even brighter at The Old Farm Cafe! Featuring Max Robbins on piano, OFC's Broadway Night is comprised of hit musical theatre tunes from the Golden Age to contemporary musical theatre. This event is free to attend, no tickets are required. Food and beverages will be available for sale upon arrival.

***NEW*** All Broadway Nights in January will have beer & wine available for sale

Interested in singing or performing alongside Max at an upcoming Broadway Night? Contact Max Robbins at mkr6705@gmail.com

 

ABOUT THE CAFE VENUE

OFC's The Old Farm Cafe is located next door to the OFC Creations Theatre Center (3450 Winton Place). The cafe offers a one-of-a-kind experience, transporting guests to a captivating, whimsical, and unique theatrical barnyard. The cafe serves hot and cold drinks, coffee and other hand-crafted caffeinated beverages, sandwiches, personal pizzas, and a range of food options for the whole family. Find out more at www.TheOldFarmCafe.com

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Max Robbins is a trumpet player, pianist, and educator from Rochester, NY. He grew up studying both classical and jazz music with several Eastman faculty and Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra musicians. Max has performed at the Rochester International Jazz Festival, Tanglewood Music Festival, Brevard Music Center, and several jazz clubs in Pittsburgh and Boston. He teaches trumpet privately and is a music director for youth theatre in Cambridge, MA. Max is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University with a degree in Psychology and Trumpet Performance and the Harvard Graduate School of Education with a degree in Human Development and Arts in Education.

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OFC Creations Presents
 

Mimosa Musical Mornings

Live in person performance every Sunday morning, including:

February 12 (Big Logic Duo), February 19 (AJ DiNoto), February 26 (Wren Cove), March 5 (Eric & Djembe), March 12 (Pushin' Time Duo), March 19 (Dave Knaudt Music), March 26 (Evan J. Miller) at OFC's The Old Farm Cafe; Appropriate for all ages

CAFE IS OPEN SUNDAYS: 9AM-2PM
MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT: 10AM-1PM

What is better than a combination of brunch, mimosas and music? Join us every Sunday morning on the farm as we start your day off on the right foot! Each week features a different musical artist performing a range of classic and contemporary tunes. The Old Farm Cafe's full menu is available for purchase, and CNB Beer and Wine bar will be on site serving mimosas and alcoholic beverages. This event is free to attend, no tickets are required.

Interested in performing on a Mimosa Musical Morning? Email Courtney Schutt at Courtney@OFCCreations.com
*Note hours and entertainment subject to change based on shows & weather

ABOUT THE CAFE VENUE

OFC's The Old Farm Cafe is located next door to the OFC Creations Theatre Center (3450 Winton Place). The cafe offers a one-of-a-kind experience, transporting guests to a captivating, whimsical, and unique theatrical barnyard. The cafe serves hot and cold drinks, coffee and other hand-crafted caffeinated beverages, sandwiches, personal pizzas, and a range of food options for the whole family. Find out more at www.TheOldFarmCafe.com

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