Ben Hunsberger will present an afternoon of music at 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 20, at the Cary Memorial Library, 17 Old Winthrop Road in Wayne.

Blending a lifelong passion for music with his unique perspectives on life, love, politics and nature, Hunsberger’s music is seasoned with flavors of Jackson Browne and The Beatles, and echoes of Brubeck and Mose Allison. Clear vocals backed by keyboard and guitar highlight his live performances.

Hunsberger has played with many well-known area musicians including Jenny Lou Drew, Ted DeMille, Jud Caswell, Scott Woodruff and Liz and Chris Lannon. He has recorded eight original albums, and his latest effort, “New Paint” is now available at

The concert is free and sponsored by Aging at Home in Wayne. The event is part of the monthly concerts to provide free entertainment, close to home, especially as cabin fever sets in. The library is handicapped accessible.

For more information, call the library at 685-3612. For questions about weather cancellations or if transportation is needed, call 685-9378.

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