Music with a message

Singer/songwriter Dennis Warner.

The Cape House Concert series sponsored by Maggie & Henry in Cannon Beach will host folk and Americana singer songwriter Dennis Warner at 7 p.m. Saturday, March 4, in Arch Cape.

Warner blends humor, audience participation and serious music into a fun, memorable concert for adults and families. During his stay in Cannon Beach, Warner will also present his educational program “Beads on One String” to Seaside Heights Elementary and Gearhart Elementary students. An anti-bully message with focus on respect for diversity and differences is the theme of “Beads on One String” and reinforces the schoolwide behavior expectations.

Warner has toured extensively throughout all 50 states and a large part of Canada, appearing numerous times on television and radio. He has released 10 CDs and one children’s book. In recognition of his contributions as a songwriter, he was honored with an invitation to perform in concert at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.

In addition to his original music, Warner has recorded several songs written by other songwriters. Fan favorites include “Don’t Laugh at Me,” “The Garden Song (Inch by Inch)” and “Homegrown Tomatoes.”

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Tickets for the house concert are $20 and can be purchased at Maggie & Henry’s in Cannon Beach, or by calling 503-436-1718. Address and directions will be given at time of ticket purchase. For more information, call Paul Dueber at 503-717-2997.

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