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American Roots Songbook Jam session

I thought I'd pass the word along about this jam session. The Trinity Church facebook page says "every Sunday afternoon at 4:00 in the shade, in the garden. Come to sing, play an instrument, or just listen!
Dr Harding promises to teach you to play a ukelele in ten minutes! All ages, all persuasions welcome, always!" According to Dick, “The group has been getting larger every week. It's called a UKE group but anyone can come with any instrument. The leader of the group is Rev Dr Leander Harding and he is here for the summer. He plays a mean harmonica and UKE. All of the song books are provided and it's all sing along. There are chairs and even music stands, but I usually bring my own as the group is growing. We meet outside at 4:00 or a little before. The little chapel is really neat with lots of history”

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  • June P.

    Ahh, not going to make it today, maybe next week! Thanks Dick for letting us know about this!

    July 27, 2014

  • Dick

    This is a rain or shine event

    July 27, 2014

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