With No Music, Talkhouse Pivots With Pop Up Affair

The band Hello Brooklyn performed at the Stephen Talkhouse on August 15, one of the last performances before the State Liquor Authority pulled the plug on live, ticketed performances.
The band Hello Brooklyn performed at the Stephen Talkhouse on August 15, one of the last performances before the State Liquor Authority pulled the plug on live, ticketed performances.

A week after learning that, despite their best efforts to make the experience safe in the era of COVID-19, the Stephen Talkhouse could not continue with live, ticketed music performances, the establishment is finding new ways to utilize the outdoor area they have created for the public.

In an event that is the brainchild of Ruby Honerkamp, the owner’s daughter, the Talkhouse will convert its front patio space on Amagansett Main Street this Saturday to allow local artists, arts and crafts makers, and a local organic beauty care purveyor to display their goods. Honerkamp explained on Monday that the event, called a Talkhouse Pop Up Affair, is a continuation of the family-owned business’s mission to serve the community.

With No Music, Talkhouse Pivots With Pop Up Affair

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