Notes added, Friday, Jan 4, 2013:
1. Try to arrive 7-7:10pm. That way we all get to meet. Stay an hour or more. I'll likely stay until 9pm, others stay longer or go to HopCat for jazz.
2. Parking can be a"b..." To avoid paying, drive around the block/s 1-2 x to get a free, on-street space. If you park a distance, when you want to leave, ask for next person leaving to walk or drive you to your car. People are about in this area (why it's hard to park Sun nights) but always better when it's later, to walk together or have one drive the other to her car.
Let's relax after the holidays, enjoy each other, and...
Have a drink &/or eat - maybe their great spinach salad, chicken chili w/a jalepeno kick or whatever you like on McFadden's menu (mmm good!) and
Spend some of the time listening to the assorted Celtic music-makers on the other side of the room.
Share any 2013 event ideas that you know you would enjoy
This event occurs every Sunday night but few folks know about it. Members of WMCS (West MI Catholic Singles) got me started.
THERE IS A SECRET to getting to this event: Someone telling you about it and knowing where exactly it happens. See the fine print above, under the LOCATION for that info & Event Host's phone number.
"Celtic" music: (pronounce the "C" as a hard "c" - like a "k") Commonly, when people refer to “Celtic music” they mean traditional Irish & Scottish music. The genre, however, evolved out of the folk musical traditions of all of the Celtic peoples which includes the Irish, Scottish, Manx, Cornish, Welsh, & Breton traditions.
A Celtic double knot design