Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Summer Contra Dance, "What Cheer? Brigade", "Loyd Family Players", Slack Key Guitar, Chris Yeaton, Adam Werner, May Quimper Grange Sponsored

SUMMER AT QUIMPER GRANGE 

There is a lot happening at Quimper Grange this summer: dances, dance classes, concerts, art classes, private parties, fundraising events...Here is a sampling of summer fun:

 June 14th Contra Dance from 7:30-10:30 
Many of you may not know that it was George and Jo Yount who contacted the Grange in 1986 about using the hall for dances and arranged to refinish the floor in exchange six months free rent. They have continued monthly dances for 28 years. That's dedication! Nan Evans will be calling the June 14th Contra Dance to the music of the PT Cruisers.


June 22nd at 7:00:  "What Cheer? Brigade" and the "Loyd Family Players" Two brass bands and dancing!
"What Cheer? Brigade", a 19 piece brass band, hails from Rhode Island more about their band is on their website: http://www.whatcheerbrigade.com/
photo by N.Krebill
The "Loyd Family Players", a non-traditional bateria   from Oakland California are touring with "What Cheer? Brigade" their website is: http://www.theloydfamilyplayers.com/ 
Suggested donation for the evening $5-$10


July 11th, 7:30 Slack Key Guitar Concert featuring Chris Yeaton and Adam Werner
$15 in advance $25 at the door. Children under 12 free. Tickets can be purchased at the Food Coop or by credit card on the phone at 808-960-1026

AND MORE...

To find out what else will be happening this summer check our calendar by clicking on the "Calendar of Events" tab at the top of the page.


MAY WAS BUSY 
"Searching for True Gold" with Kevin Carr
In May Quimper Grange pulled out the stops and sponsored three events:"Searching for True Gold" a story telling and music event; "Growing Tomatoes in Port Townsend", an educational program; and the last Quimper Grange Square Dance of the season, an affordable social event. When you see that an event is Quimper Grange sponsored this means that has been organized and publicized by member/volunteers and advances our mission to serve the community. If you would like to know more about our goals as a community Grange click on the "About" tab at the top of the page.

Marla Streator

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