Native music makers return to Rock City Café Friday, June 30, and July 1, performing from 7 to 9 p.m. in the downtown venue at 316 Main St.

On Friday, it’s The Rusty Hinges, who have a good time playing all kinds of folk music, from sea chanteys and fiddle tunes to oldies to bluegrass and more. Nancy Jones is the group's leader, organizer and guitar/pennywhistle player; Brian Dunn is mandolin and banjo player, vocalist and chantey man; Charles Chiarchiaro plays resophonic and lap steel guitar and sing; John Monterisi, a singer/songwriter, plays guitar; and Chuck McGregor plays stand-up bass.

On Saturday, Rock City Café welcomes back Alice Limoges, originally from the Midcoast. The singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist has been performing across New York City and the Northeast for several years. In December, she released her self-produced album, “The Space Between”; and “As Close As You Can Be Without Touching,” which features a 14-piece ensemble.

Her current lineup features Carey Ozmun on trumpet, Sean Power on bass and Francesco Catricala on drums. They all met studying music at SUNY Purchase’s Music Conservatory. At Rock City, she and trumpeter Ozmun will play a more intimate duo set.

Food is available until closing. For more information on these and other events happening at the coffeebar/cafe, call 594-4123 or find it on Facebook.

Courier Publications’ A&E Editor Dagney C. Ernest can be reached at (207) 594-4401, ext. 115; or