Creating Community Programming

Regularly Scheduled Programs

Tunebugs @ South Haven Center for the Arts
Song Swap @ Warren Senior Center
Hymn Sing @ Warren Senior Center
Teen Open Mic @ Rock ‘n’ Road Cycle
* Special guest hosts September and October!
Breakdance Class @ Epiphany Church
Open Mic @ the Black River Tavern downstairs

Guitar Club @ South Haven Memorial Library
Keys to Happiness Group Piano for Adults @South Haven Memorial Library
Another Open Mic @Lakeside Entertainment

off for the summer:
Middle School Guitar Club @ Baseline Middle School
Middle School Drama Club @ Baseline Middle School
Second Floor Studio @ SHCA

**Special Events!**

Camps!  Foundry Hall is partnering with other non-profits in the area under the name South Haven Kids’ Collaborative.  Click here for our three weeks of camp options!

Fourth of July entry!  Foundry Hall is once again in the parade and this time in collaboration with the South Haven Center for the Arts(SHCA).  We aren’t sure what will come together art and music wise just yet, but you can join us in the week before, pull it all together, make what we need to session on Wednesday, June 26th at 4pm @ SHCA.


**Tunebugs has moved to South Haven Center for the Arts as of March 8, 2018.  Still Friday, still 10:30am and still lots of fun! (more…)


Song Swap

Foundry Hall’s twice monthly  Song Swaps are an informal gathering of friends who like to sing and play music together.  Join Foundry Hall volunteer and past board member Joe Foster at the Warren Senior Center on the 1st & 3rd Wednesdays at 7pm. (more…)


Hymn Sing

Hymn Sing,  a  twice-monthly (1st and 3rd Sundays at 6pm)  at the Warren Senior Center are a time to sing favorite hymns, gospel songs, and spirituals together. (more…)


Teen Open Mic

Teen Open Mic!  On the second Thursday of the month we set up a teen open mic at Rock ‘n’ Road Cycle (315 Broadway).   This is an open mic/talent share/social opportunity for the younger musicians, poets, artists, etc. in the area.

Special Guest Hosts:

Sept 12th: Charlie Millard, pianist, vocalist, songwriter of the Charlie Millard Band Check out what happened here.

Oct 10th: Jordan Hamilton, cellist, singer- songwriter, member of The Last Gasp Collective

We’d love to have some younger people help us run it, plan the next one and participate.  Give us a shout if you want to help!


Breakdance Class

Everyone’s welcome to come get started or work on some new moves with dance instructor David Foley!  Wednesdays at 4:30pm at Epiphany Church (410 Erie St.) Drop in class, suggested donation of $5 per participant. (more…)


Open Mic

Foundry Hall has produced 9 years of monthly, all-ages, Open Mics in a friendly, supportive, listening environment. Open Mic is the 3rd Thursday of every month in the lower level (“The River Bottom”) of the Black River Tavern. (more…)


Guitar Club

Fridays at 12:30pm at South Haven Memorial Library (314 Broadway)

Back for the summer, the Guitar Club is a chance to learn, play, share, talk about guitars and meet other guitarists.  Everyone is welcome, even people just interested in finding out more!


Keys to Happiness

Join local piano teachers Julie Combs and Lotte Resek on Tuesday afternoons at 1pm for group beginner piano lessons at the South haven Memorial Library!  Geared toward adults (and motivated teenagers) these lessons help get you started on basic theory, technique, reading, chords and playing piano in a friendly, social environment.  These are $10 suggested donation, drop in classes; come as often as you want/can.  We provide some keyboards, but if you have one you’d like to bring, you are more than welcome to!



Middle School Drama Club

Foundry Hall is starting a free Drama Club at Baseline Middle School for improv games, musical theater and other drama fun.  Led by Nicole Guminski it has been an instant hit at the school.


Middle School Guitar Club

Kids Guitar Club is an opportunity for middle school kids playing or wanting to get started playing to learn from each other offered at Baseline Middle School 2:45-3:30. (more…)


All community music programs are free and open to the public.  Donations are appreciated and go into to the Foundry Hall Community Music Fund.