Photo by David Menidre
Autumnal brilliance and Samhain’s intensity bring this season in with beautiful colors and introspective thoughts.
Halloween is Klekolo World Coffee’s favorite holiday! I mean we serve Witches Brews and warlocks all year long keeping the spirit alive. Klekolo is often described as Goddess or Witch centric and well we are. Concocting drinks has always been a potions class.
“When Witches go riding and black cats are seen, The Moon laughs and whispers tis near Halloween.”
Klekolo has several events left this month including :
Downtown Trick or Treat!
“Children accompanied by their parents are invited to “trick or treat” All participating businesses and offices will have a poster displayed in their window”
Come in costumes and bring your own candy bag to fill!
We Love Halloween!
Do stop in and check out our decor and try our new fall menu!
This menu includes some wild stuff, apples, pumpkins, dragon’s fire, pirate treasure, spiders, headless horsemen and more.
Our naturally flavored Organic, Fairtrade pumpkin spice coffee is on tap too!
Maps will be available at the gazebo on the South Green in Union Park and on our city website on Friday, October 18th.
October 22nd – Tuesday sessions 7pm – 9pm
Robert C Fullerton Live at Klekolo!
Robert C Fullerton – singer/songwriter
” everything is “looked at through blue eyes” – a touch of jazz, blues, a little bit of soul.
Robert’s interpretations and Originals are his own style of “Acoustic SouL”
October 29th – Tuesday sessions 7pm – 9pm
Someone You Can Xray Acoustic Live!
“….Someone You Can Xray offers sonic touchstones summoning pleasant aural images of Hot Tuna, It’s a Beautiful Day, and Jerry Goodman if he got left off the Mahavishnu Orchestra tour bus and joined the Tedeschi-Trucks Band.”
– Rick Koster, The Day
October 31st – Thursday 7pm – 9pm
Halloween Party- Time Of Day with Glen Carta acoustic!
Acoustic Musicians and a Halloween party!
Costume contest Prizes Lots of fun!
A bit of Halloween lore….
Samhain is the Irish word often used for this season.
The name of the feast from which Halloween originated.
Samhain is pronounced SOW-in, with the first syllable rhyming with “cow” (or, if you prefer, with “sow” as in a female pig).
Samhain means Summers end.
According to Celtic lore, Samhain is a time when the boundaries between the world of the living and the world of the dead become thinner, allowing spirits and other supernatural entities to pass between the worlds to socialize with humans. It is the time of the year when ancestors and other departed souls are especially honored.
“Every day is Halloween isn’t it ? For some of us!” Tim Burton