[MCN] This Weekend: First Ever Missoula Old Time Social!
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Sun Apr 16 14:21:59 EDT 2017
Missoula Folklore Society presents the first ever Missoula Old Time Social,
The Missoula Old Time Social is a family-friendly gathering celebrating Old
Time music and dance. All are invited and encouraged to participate — pick
up an instrument or hone your skills, learn to clog, try your hand at
square dancing, take the cake in a cakewalk.
There is something for everyone and activities are open to beginners and
experts, alike. The Missoula Old Time Social is all about having a good old
time. All Missoula Old Time Social activities are FREE!
*Thursday April 20* -- Open Old Time Jam, Montgomery Distillery, 6 - 8 pm
*Friday April 21* -- Family Friendly Concert with Sally & Steve O'Neill &
Megaload, The Top Hat, 6 - 8 pm
*Saturday April 22* -- All-day events at The Public House, noon - 11 pm:
12 pm - Doors Open
12:30 pm - Showcase
1 - 5 pm - Workshops in fiddle, banjo, guitar, yodeling, clogging, square
dance calling, shape note singing, kids' fiddle (full workshop schedule
coming soon on website, missoulaoldtimesocial.com)
5 - 6 pm - Family Dance
8 - 11 pm - Community Square Dance & Cakewalk
Jamming all day!
Please see our website <http://missoulaoldtimesocial.com/> for a full list
of artists and a complete schedule. The entire event is FREE admission,
thanks to volunteer power and our generous sponsors.
The Missoula Old Time social is supported in part by a grant from the
Montana Arts Council, an agency of the State Government.
We are also grateful for the support of the Gadd/Merrill Fund of the
Country Dance and Song Society and the Good Food Store, as well as other
local businesses, individuals, and musicians. Please see our website for a
full list of sponsors.
We hope you can join in the fun! Please spread the word far and wide.
Interested in volunteering? Questions? Please email
missoulaoldtime at gmail.com.
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