Spring Break Week at The Village

 

Happy Spring Break 2013!
travel safely…
have fun!!!
come back to us!
 
Spring Break Schedule
Monday, March 11 – CLOSED for Remodeling
Tuesday, March 12 – normal hours
Wednesday, March 13, -No Salsa! (closing at 9pm)
Thursday – Sunday – Regular Schedule
 
Beginning Monday, March 18!
 
Grab and Go Sandwiches
 
A Margarita Machine
 
Our Own Cool Signature Drink
called a MochaVino
(a Chocolate Espresso and Wine
Frozen Mudslide Thing)

 

 

Friday,  March 8
Natalie Jeane
7:30 – 9pm
Natalie Jeane

 

Natalie Jeane may be new to the singer-songwriter world, but she is no stranger to music.  Music might actually tell you that she stalked it from a very young age, and honestly it was a little frightened, but don’t let music fool you. It was a mutual love from the start.
At the delightfully awkward age of 8, Natalie fell into a 10-year romance with the flute and documented her world in poems, putting down ballads to school bullies and odes to moldy food in between the blue lines of her notebooks.
After leaving her flute and poetry behind for a busy college, Natalie found a creative outlet in her friend’s ukulele. Soon, she was combining her two loves to write songs about life and love, even dabbling in the subjects of tortillas and time travel.
In 2009, Natalie finally mustered up the courage to sing to more than just her rubber ducky family and joined a praise band at her church. Since then, she learned to play guitar and to fake piano.
Natalie Jeane strives to create songs about real life events, (or at least the way she sees them) whether she is reliving her own personal experiences or dramatizing the lives of her friends and family. It has been suggested that if you do not want to find yourself in a song, you should avoid a friendship with Natalie Jeane.
But she really isn’t as creepy as music told you she was. She’s a nice girl, really.

 


then
Trey Lyon
9pm until ? 
 
Trey Lyon  
  

 Stay between the lines?
NOT! 

Salsa Saturday
10:30pm-2am
Bryan/College Station’s hottest night of salsa dancing–Salsa Saturdays at The Village–is always full of dancers from Aggieland and the Brazos Valley.
The cafe’s warm atmosphere–with paintings by local artists hanging from the walls, comfy leather couches, and a friendly staff–have made the venue the most popular spot for dancing in BCS two years in a row.
 

Begin with a fun complimentary salsa lesson at 10pm, no partner or experience necessary. Guests learn all of the basic steps in a jovial atmosphere, with an energetic instructor notorious for making you laugh while learning.

Following the lesson, the dance floor opens for a hot night of dancing to salsa, bachata, and merengue.


 Sunday Brunch

beginning at 8am 

 

Enjoy a crisp, freshly squeezed Orange Juice or Apple Mimosa on our patio!

Sunday Brunch – Served all day at The Village 

 


  Sunday, March 10

Live Lunch Music 

High Maintenance Bluegrass Band 

1pm-3pm 
High Maintenance Bluegrass Band
“High Maintenance isn’t your average bluegrass band.  We get our band’s name from the challenging songs we choose to perform, such as “bluegrassed” covers of The Beatles, Fleetwood Mac, and other favorites. 

Kevin Duff, Todd Pollard, Susannah Armstrong and Lynn McDaniel provide strong four-part harmonies on bluegrass, newgrass, gospel, rock/pop, country and original songs.  We’re frequently joined by guest artist and 2011 Texas State Mandolin Champion JP Shafer. “

Find them on Facebook and you can check out samples of some of the types of songs they sing.   


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