Saturday, July 13, 2013

THIS SUNDAY -- "THE AMAZING JAM" -- 3 P.M. AT THE MARMORA INN

Hi all,


It’s that time again!

“Here come old flat top

He come groovin' up slowly

....

“....He say I know you, you know me

One thing I can tell you is

You got to be free

Come together, right now....”

So how about it?

We’ll be doing just that at 3 o’clock in Marmora this Sunday afternoon (July 14th). The ‘Amazing Jam’ – acoustic music – at the Marmora Inn.... It’s only once a month. 3 o’clock until 5 in the afternoon(we plan for 2 hours, keep going a bit longer when we’re rocking....)

Time: 3 o’clock until 5 – THIS SUNDAY afternoon. (Sunday, July 14th.)

Location: The Marmora Inn– 29 Bursthall St. in Marmora.

Bursthall Street is the first road East of the traffic lights in Marmora. The Marmora Inn is south of Highway 7, part way down the first block. (You can find it; I know you can!)

Looking forward to see you all there!

2012_11110004-sm2012_11110005-sm‘The Marmora Country Inn’ is a really nice place offering a licensed dining room (the food is superb), overnight accommodation and spa facilities. Our hosts – Rui and Kathy Pereira – are lovely people. They welcome us on the second Sunday afternoon of each month to play music at the Inn from 3 – 5 pm (or later). Coffee, tea and other good things are available to us in the library while we are playing and the dining room opens at 5 pm. Those who wish are always welcome to stay on after the music, nosh on appetizers (including vegetarian options), sip some wine, etc. (or opt for dinner if you’re really hungry) while the dining room is open.

The space is beautiful, the hosts are welcoming, the food is excellent – by reputation, easily the best around. The Marmora Inn has also been known to book musicians to play events, so there could be some good connections to be made.

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Come out and join us. Bring your instruments, your voices and your music. I t’s all unplugged and it’s all good! Guitar, baritone, bass, harmonica, banjo, mandolin, ukulele, fiddle, accordion, flute, celtic harp – the list goes on.

There may be only 4 or 5 of us or maybe a whole room full of musicians. A place for ‘first-timers’ and experienced players alike. A good bunch of people playing all kinds of music together. People in their teens all the way through proto-geezers. Maybe even an incipient-geriat or two....

Any acoustic music from punk to polka!

James Reid

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