Champion the arts with a tax deductible donation to the non-profit arts organization

and Capitol Hill Community Achievement Award Honoree of 2011.

Corner Store non-profit tax ID # 42-1569825


Our deep gratitude to the Capitol Hill Community Foundation

for helping support Corner Store projects since 2002.


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Gallery Exhibition Sept 30th - November 30th

Women by Women

Group art exhibit curated by photoartist Karen Cohen

Featuring: Kris Swanson, Ellen Cornett, Sally Brucker, Deborah Conn,

Kara Hammond, Linda Button, Julie Dzikewicz and Karen Cohen.

Gallery OPEN Saturday & Sunday from 1 to 4 PM

or by appointment 704-200-5135


Celebrating Women, the Corner Store also presents a

Special Concert on Saturday October 20th from 5 to 7 PM 

The Hubbard Quartet

Comprised of Oboist: Jamie Roberts, Violinist: Vijeta Sathyaraj,

Violist: Laura Manko Sahin, and

Cellist: Hyun Min Lee.

Jamie and Vijeta live in DC, and are musicians in the National Symphony Orchestra.

Laura recently moved to New Jersey and is on Faculty at Rutgers University, and Hyun Min is an active chamber musician in Boston and on faculty at the Boston University Tanglewood Institute. The Hubbard Quartet are great friends, and come together throughout the year to spend time together and make music.

$20 Donation

Tickets Here


This program features all compositions by female composers and arrangers. Our program starts with an adaptation of Joseph Haydn's D minor String quartet , Op. 42 for Oboe quartet, by Peggy Pearson, a well renowned oboist in the Boston Area. Secondly, Bay Area composer Julie Barwick’s Shroud was written in 2015 for string trio, and is inspired by Amaranta, a character from Gabriel García Márquez’s “One Hundred Years of Solitude” who was ordered by Death to sew her own shroud. The image of weaving, or sewing, suggests an abundance of musical material and each instrument in the string trio acts as a different thread, creating an intricate, beautiful, but solemn, musical fabric. Our third work is by composer and oboist Marilyn Zupnik who began writing music for the oboe in 2007, and her compositions include Four Impressions for Solo Oboe, two quartets for oboe and string trio, and a Duo for Oboe and Cello. Lastly, In the slow tango style, Devree Lewis’ Luz de agosto is adapted from Argentinian Emmanuel Trifilio's piece for solo bandoneon. Named for Faulkner's novel “Light in August”, the work features a milonga campera rhythm, beating throughout its shifting melodies.  We hope you enjoy! (one or two of the actual composers might join us for this concert!)



Sunday October 21st @ 21 Gessford Court SE ~ 7 to 11 PM

This monthly off-site jazz and blues jam is always a cool scene with warm

hospitality at David Weiner's 21 Gessford Court, SE.  The evening includes a

hearty meal, although pot-luck contributions are always welcome.

Byob to share. $15 donation



Thursday October 25th

Open Mic Stories from 7 to 8 PM

You're invited to tell a true story with the topic of:

"What Was That?!"

Limit your tale to 7 minutes, and enjoy some stage time or

simply be a member of the audience. 

Space is limited to the first 10 to sign in at 6:45, day of the event.

$10 Donation at the door / $15 to include refreshments.



Sunday November 4th - Concert 6 PM

Letitia VanSant

"Letitia VanSant takes the back road, real life, lifeblood music

of rural America, and through the force of her sparkling songwriting,

'stop the traffic' voice and sterling band, burnishes it till it shines."

In 2017 she won the Kerrville New Folk Songwriting Competition,

an honor shared along with the likes of Lucinda Williams, Lyle Lovett, Nanci Griffith,

Anais Mitchell, and Caroline Spence. Songs from her new album have also won critical acclaim from the Mid-Atlantic Songwriting Contest (Gold; Folk Category), Falcon Ridge (Emerging Artist), and Rocky Mountain Folks Fest Songwriting Contest (1st Alternate).

She’s graced the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage, and placed among the

Top 10 listener-voted “Songs of the Year” by her local radio station 89.7 WTMD.

BBC Radio calls her "very, very, very good - a fascinating new artist.

$20 Donation

Tickets Here



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