Sunday Concert Series

Join us each month for a musical performance from a variety of unique and talented artists! The Sunday Concert Series runs from October through May on a different Sunday each month at 2:00 pm.

All concerts take place in the Shattuck Community Room on the first floor and are free & open to the public. 

2016 Schedule

Sunday, February 21, 2016: The North Westerns, "Western Swing, Classic Country and Vintage Jazz"

The North Westerns unique sound is created by a group of talented musicians based in Madison, WI. David Heuring on vocals and rhythm guitar, Chris Ruppenthal on steel guitar and lead guitar, John Henry on violin and Mike Steen on bass. Visit The North Westerns Facebook page for more details!

Sunday, March 13, 2016: Small Forest, Progressive Folk Rock

Small Forest is a whimsical trio made up of talented artists Jeanne Kuhns, Patrick Palmer and Marybeth Mattson from Door County, WI. Singing original harmonies accompanied by accoustic guitar and bass creates the amazing sound of Small Forest. Visit Small Forest online for more details!

Sunday, April 10, 2016, Caravan Gypsy Swing Ensemble, "Authentic Gypsy Jazz From The Midwest"

Caravan GSE blends a variety of musical influences together to create a wonderfully unique and original sound. The group is made up of talented performers based in Madison, WI including Chris Ruppenthal on lead/rhythm guitar, Ed Fila on lead/rhythm guitar, Kevin Tipple on upright bass, Greg Smith on clarinet, Jim Huwe as percussionist and Chris Wagoner on violin/accordion. Visit Caravan GSE online for more details!

Sunday, May 22, 2016, Patchouli, Folk, Folk Rock and Folk Pop

Patchouli is a fresh and positive duo made up of artists Julie Patchouli and Bruce Hecksel from Chicago and Maiden Rock. Performing original accoustic folk music that blends with "pop, flamenco and jazz with world beat rhythms." Visit Patchouli online for more details!   


Are you interested in performing during the Neenah Library Concert Series? Contact Us at: or 920-886-6315.



Library programs are made possible by the Friends of the Neenah Public Library and the Neenah Public Library Trust Fund. Donations are always accepted and much appreciated.