About Our Venue

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We're thrilled to be presenting touring artists in our home.  We have a lovely space that is acoustically wonderful and there is not a bad seat in the house!! Parking is limited, so if you can share a ride that would be appreciated.

Mary Lane House Concerts

We have a small cozy venue with limited seating for about 24 people.  So reservations are a must.  To be on our invitation list, just fill in our Contact Form.   Some concerts will be a short single set with dinner or dessert and be over early, so you can get home during the week.   Others will be a full two-set show with refreshments.  All donations go to the artists who will also be selling  their CD's.  To obtain more information fill in the Contact Form here

Upcoming Shows

Check back regularly for updated schedules

Dan Frechette and Laurel Thomsen - CANCELLED
April 20, 2020 - 7:00pm

Due to our concern over Covid-19 and for the protection of our audience and our performers, we have elected to cancel the upcoming April 25, 2020 house concert with Dan & Laurel.   But - you can still listen to them and help support these amazing musicians by purchasing their latest CD at:  http://www.danandlaurel.ca/Home_1.html

Thanks for your support.

Hal and Beverly
Mary Lane House Concerts

Tom and Ellen
October 24,  2020 - 7:00pm
Mary Lane October 24 Co​ncert Flyer

Tom & Ellen are another couple makng a return visit to our series.  Tom Rawson, folksinger and storyteller from Eastsound Washington, is the West Coast’s very own version of Pete Seeger. Armed with longneck banjo and other weapons of mass delight, Tom is a master of warmth and wit who loves to share his musical treasures with an “I know something you don’t know and you’re gonna love it too” kind of smile. Tom’s wife, Ellen van der Hoeven, is a singer & songwriter from Vancouver. Her songs are influenced by her rich background in British, Irish, Canadian and American folk, and include references to fairy tales, family relationships, and of course, the universality of love. She accompanies her songs on guitar and mandolin, and is most notable for her expressive singing style. From gospel to contemporary, profound to downright silly. Tom and Ellen will have you singing, clapping, and laughing along all night. Join us for some humorous stories, user-friendly songs, and acoustic folk philosophy that’s guaranteed to leave you smiling. Tune up your vocal chords; you’ll need ’em!!

Make sure you click on the Concert Flyer link above to see more about them. 

Their last concert was sold out, so this is also a show you do NOT want to miss!