Reservations are accepted for the Pavilion – beginning at 4:30 PM. Our buffet will be served from 5:00 to 7:00 PM – so get here early and eat hearty! Music begins at 6:00 PM.
Dining space under our Pavilion is limited – seating is for buffet diners only. Lawn seating is open to the public – you are welcome to bring a blanket or a lawn chair. Join us at the Pavilion for the music and the BEER or just the FUN!
Entertainment: Jim Roberti
Jim Roberti is a singer, songwriter and musician from Northeastern PA with a life-time career in music performance. A guitarist, singer, drummer, bassist & keyboardist at one point or another in his career, Jim is an extremely well-rounded musician with the confidence and experience to entertain any audience.
Performing live full-time for over 25 years, Jim’s act is a familiar, eccentric brand of contemporary and classic covers, originals and novelties.
Whether by himself with an acoustic guitar, with the Jim Roberti Trio or with the five-piece band The Maybabies Jim has played an impressive array of venues for an even more impressive list of clients.
Jim’s live playing schedule exploded with the addition of Gary Wehrkamp in 2002. A well known guitarist and keyboardist amongst progressive-rock fans and musicians world-wide, Gary joined Paul and Jim on bass guitar and vocals and eventually developed a simultaneous keyboard and bass guitar style that is truly impressive and enables the trio to play like a four-piece band. The trio has since played at many of the iconic hotels and venues in New York City multiple times for large corporate functions as well as world-wide fundraising and private events in over 10 states.
Jim has maintained a slow but steady pace of writing and recording music throughout his career. He appeared as a guest vocalist on prog-rock band Shadow Gallery’s Floydian Memories (2005) and co-wrote with Gary Wehrkamp the song “The Incident at Haldeman’s Lake” for Voice in the Light (Amaran’s Plight 2006). Jim also appeared as a guest vocalist for the Wishmakers original song “Christmas Time in the Poconos Again” (2008) and wrote and recorded an original Christmas song called “Bring Back the Soldiers on Christmas” to raise funds for Mady’s Angels in 2013.