"A number of shows happen at bars, which, by design, excludes people not of legal age to drink alcohol, and happen at a time of day that is too late for people that work day jobs," Rasmussen explains via e-mail. "I think kids and working people deserve a place like that."
The shows take place in the library's auditorium and start at 2 PM, so things can be wrapped up by the time the library closes at 5 PM and the geriatric punk rockers can be in bed by sundown. In lieu of beer, free coffee and doughnuts will be provided by Jackalope Coffee and Tea House. Noise-rock fun for the whole family.
Rasmussen already has the February edition of his program in the works too, which is slated to be headlined by Ono on the last Saturday of the month.