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Karen’s Place is closed for the summer. We reopen September 20.

In the mean time don’t miss out on our “Monday Nights in August” with our

Sandy Ridge Community Garden Concert Series

August  4 – 11 – 18 - 25

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  The Sandy Ridge Community Garden Concert Series will present 4 Monday night outdoor concerts in August. The events are all free and start at 7:30 PM. Bring your lawn chairs for a great night of “music under the stars”. In the event of inclement weather the concerts will be held indoors.



 Community Garden Concert Series

“Monday Nights in August”

August  4 – 11 – 18 - 25  

7:30 PM




 The concert series is sponsored by :

The Sandy Ridge Community Garden    

Karen’s Place and

Doylestown Mennonite Church

 Come find out what is happening at these three organizations and enjoy some great music. The events are suitable for all ages.




Dana Isles and Facedown

August 4












 “Dana Isles and Facedown have been ministering as a band for 10 years. Facedown is the ultimate posture of worship!  Our mission is simple...to glorify and worship God through music.  We are real people with a real story of hope and redemption.  Music is the vehicle we use to worship Jesus.  Our hope is that you will feel encouraged in your walk of faith.

‌We play all kinds of events and venues.  We play at coffeehouses, churchs, retreats, conferences, festivals, shelters and addiction recovery groups.  We consider it a great privilege to be able to minister the Word of God through music. 







August 11







 Bonner is the true definition of a “family band”. With 3 brothers and a younger sister, it is impossible to not feel a part of the family and jump in on the good-hearted fun. Their music is filled with the scent of summer and the energy of youth. After singing and playing music together since early childhood, Bonner developed a unique dynamic of tight harmonies, intricate guitar work, and a fun loving vibe. Plus, their hooks are so catchy you’ll have to see a psychiatrist to get them out of your head. The main inspiration behind Bonner and their family as a whole is their relationship with Christ. They have been truly transformed by the love of Christ and the desire to use every aspect of their lives to glorify Him. Through their lives and lyrics, Bonner hopes to encourage listeners in the new identity in Christ and to bring searching hearts to true life found in Him.






Dave and Brian

August 18






 Comedians Dave and Brian are a nationally touring musical comedy duo based out of Philadelphia, PA.  Their high energy live show consists of hilarious original songs and stand-up comedy.   They have been described as “truly phenomenal,” “fresh,” and “cutting edge!”.  More than just your average acoustic guitar/glockenspiel duo, Dave and Brian have spent the past 8 years crafting a truly unique comedy experience.  In that time they have traveled all over the country performing shows at various comedy clubs, churches, colleges, and conferences. Their music has been featured on NBC’s “The Today Show,” NPR’s “Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me!” show, andFunnyorDie.com.




  Once Called Saul

August 25

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 The band Once Called Saul is from Quakertown, PA.

The name comes from the story of Saul, a persecutor and thief who was blinded by the hand of God. Saul changed his life and his vision was restored. After becoming a follower of God, Saul changed his name to Paul. Before becoming Christians, we were all like Saul. After accepting the love of Jesus Christ we then became like Paul.

Don't get the wrong picture of us as we are not perfect and we all make mistakes, but through the love of Jesus we find it easier to get through the rough times. We know that whatever we have done our Lord has forgiven us.  With Once Called Saul going strong, we look forward to being used by God and follow His calling.

 Their mission is to bring people to Jesus Christ

through powerful lyrics and hard hitting rock music.









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Karen's Place is a sponsor of the New Britain Baptist Food Larder which provides assistance for about 300 needy families in the area each month with food stuffs and personal items. A percentage of our proceeds from the sale of food at the coffee shop will be donated to the Food Larder. In addition we will be collecting canned goods to be donated also. Anyone who brings a canned good to the coffee shop {FRUITS, VEGETABLES, OR SOUPS --PLEASE, NO BAKED BEANS OR TOMATO SOUP} will receive a free cup of coffee or hot tea. Hope to see you there!


590 North Broad Street Doylestown, PA 18901 (215) 345-6377



Located at Doylestown Mennonite Church at the corner of Broad Street and Sandy Ridge Road. For a detailed map, see the location page or visit the Mapquest website for more detailed directions. 

We are open the 1st and 3rd Saturdays from 7:00 PM to 10:30 PM.  Great music, coffee, cappuccino and snacks in a coffee shop atmosphere.


For more information call (215) 345-6377 or

  email us at info@karensplace.org.