Red Sky Stage LLC

445 East Mitchell Street

Petoskey, MI 49770

Phone: (231)487-0000

Email: marty@redskystage.com

Red Sky Stage is a coffee house style performing arts venue in Downtown Petoskey’s Gaslight District featuring live music, poetry, comedy, drama, painting, and other arts.

Featured Art

High Banks - Indian River

Original oil by Rick Kolb

Schedule of Coming Events

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Lee Dyer of Kellerville Entertaining the Red Sky Stage Audience

Our schedule is filling up with exciting performances including a variety of musical styles, plays, poetry, benefit concerts, more jam sessions and much more!  Become a part of our growing audience as we increase the entertainment options in Downtown Petoskey and bring more local, regional and national talent to our stage

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Every Sunday 1:00 to 4:00 pm   Blissfest Jam Session  -- Yes, this is the same event that was formerly at the Grain Train. So bring your guitar, banjo, fiddle, mandolin, harmonica, kazoo, washboard, penny whistle or what ever you play. You don't play an instrument? Come anyway and listen in awe or sing along.  We encourage musicians of all skill levels to attend this friendly and informal opportunity to play together.

 

 

 

The First Monday Every Month 6:00 pm  Petoskey Poets --  Red Sky Stage  offers an open mic for poetry, prose and stories.  Join in the fun every month.  So far, lots of poets have attended and gotten the courage to get up on stage and read their work in front of a very supportive audience of fellow poets.  Write something, bring your creation along and join the fun!

 

 

 

The First Saturday Every Month Blissfest Old Time Country Dance Series

This event takes a summer break.  Watch for its return in October!

The Blissfest Music Organization's Country Dance Series takes place on the new one thousand square foot dance floor of Red Sky Stage throughout the fall and winter.  This great way to experience an evening of old-time fun for the whole family is now a regular once a month feature on our entertainment schedule. 

The old time square dancing features a live band and a caller.  All dances will be taught.

Admission:  $3/person, $5/couple or $7/family.  Children are welcome. 

 

 

The Second and Fourth Monday Every Month 7-9 pm  

Blissfest Ukes for You Club

 

 The goal of the club is to bring together adults and families who are interested in learning the ukulele and want to play and sing songs with others.  All levels are encouraged to attend.   Blissfest has a number of baritone ukuleles available for members to use if they do not have an instrument already.  If you have a soprano or baritone ukulele, please bring it with you.

  No Admission.  Refreshments available.

 

Final Friday of Every Month 7:30-10:30 Up North Big Band

Dance Lesson 6:30

This event takes a summer break.  Watch for its return in August

Northern Michigan's premier concert and dance big band presents a night of music and 30's and 40's Swing and Big Band Dancing dancing offering tight ensemble playing combined with exceptional solo features and live vocals. 

Admission: Adults $10, Students $5.

Up North Big Band Summer Schedule

JUNE 16TH GAYLORD AIR SHOW, GAYLORD AIRPORT 7-11 PM 

JUNE 24TH CENTRAL LAKE BLOCK PARTY 8-11 PM 

JULY 21ST VENETIAN. FERRY BEACH, CHARLEVOIX 8-10 PM 

AUGUST 25TH RED SKY STAGE, PETOSKEY 7:30  PM

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July 2017

Sunday, July 2, 8 pm  Petoskey Improv Troupe (the PIT)

Live Comedy for Downtown Petoskey

How would you create a uniquely Petoskey Comedy show?  Take Dean Tahtinen and Sally McCoy from Laugh and Disorder, Petoskey's long standing improv troupe that performed from 2004 through 2009 at the City Park Grill, Blissfest and the Perry Hotel.  Then add Julie Stoppel who taught the fine art of improv performance to dozens of school kids through her group Acting Up.  Stir in one of those kids parents, Carol Balousek.  Bring to a boil with Mara Klco who created the Dread Pirate Improv Troupe with her high school classmates and then arranged for them to open for the professional River City Improv at their off-season public performances. Finally, sprinkle in friendly newbies like Aaron Steppe and voila,  Petoskey has its own brand new improv comedy troupe!  Of course it is home grown and home style comedy created just for Petoskey.  They proved this by calling themselves the PIT!

Don't miss the Petoskey Improv Troupe's first public performance at Petoskey's perfect place for family friendly comedy, Red Sky Stage.

Tickets:  $10 in advance at the Northern Michigan Artists Market, (231) 487-0000. Tickets are available at the door the night of the show for $15, students $8, Kids 12 and under  $5

 

 

Monday, July 3,  6:00 pm  Petoskey Poets

Join our very supportive poetry reading group, hosted and organized by  Dar Charlebois this Monday and the first  Monday of every month.  Bring something you wrote, a poem , a story, a skit or anything else original and creative.  Get up in front of the group and receive thunderous applause.  Not ready for that yet?  Just show up and get inspired by the other talented writers.  Had fun?  Come back next month with something to read.  We are building a talented, creative, fun-loving and supportive collection of folks.  As we gain experience and confidence, we will work on other opportunities and a growing variety of ways to explore creative writing and reading.

Admission Free, Snacks available.

 

 

 

Monday, July 3, 7-10 pm  Advanced Fun Blues Harmonica Class

Instructor:  Steve August

It may be a tiny instrument but the Blues Harmonica is BIG on sound and style!  Practice the basic moves and patterns that bring your harmonica to life, including sweet single note melodies, foot tapping rhythms, blues scales and riffs and bending note secrets.  Get an intro to major harmonica players and their styles, from the early originators to the contemporary players.  Small class size insures that you get lots of individual attention.  No prior musical experience is needed.  Any harmonica in the key of "C" is acceptable for class.  Open to ALL harmonica players from raw beginner to legendary bluesman.  [Photo: Internationally acclaimed harmonica virtuoso Todd Parrett]

 

 

Cost for six sessions, $145.  For more information or to register, call Steve August at  

231-838-6419.  Email alljazz@chartermi.net. 

 

Tuesday, July 4  Independence Day

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Petoskey Fourth of July Event Schedule –

The 2017 Parade will step off from the Petoskey High School at 6 pm, winding through downtown Petoskey. Parade entries will include many traditional entries, such as the Petoskey High School Marching Band, the Odawa Casino, many antique trucks and tractors, as well as organizations and businesses from throughout the area. Also, look for the bucket brigade so that you can donate to the event. Immediately following the parade, join in the fun at Bayfront Park where family and friends will gather to listen to music provided by the winners of the Festival on the Bay Battle of the Bands. Look for glow necklace sales by the Stars and Stripes Team throughout the waterfront. All proceeds from glow necklace and cotton candy sales go to the Stars and Stripes event. Fireworks will be set off over beautiful Little Traverse Bay beginning at Dusk (approximately 10 pm).

Here is a short overview – Parade at 6 pm, entertainment at the waterfront 7 pm to 10 pm, fireworks at 10 pm (approximately).

Petoskey's Fourth of July events are presented by The Petoskey Stars and Stripes Committee,  a 100% volunteer effort. Did you know that it is a volunteer force that makes everything happen on the Fourth of July? Also, the festivities are 100% funded by donations from businesses and people like you.  Click here for more details.

 

Friday July 7 - Sunday, July 9  The 37th Annual Blissfest Music Festival

The 37th Annual Blissfest Music Festival will be a celebration of music, culture, art and community featuring a world of diverse and innovative folk, world and roots music and dance at the Festival Farm in picturesque rural northern Michigan scheduled for July 7, 8, 9 – 2017.

It is truly a blissful musical weekend to be shared with families, friends and music-lovers of all ages. The annual event is a showcase of the many musical styles that define American roots and world music. Bluegrass, Blues, Zydeco, Celtic, Folk, Jazz, Latin, Ethnic, World music and dance all share the stage. Innovators of these roots styles are on hand to dazzle and amaze. 

For more info, check out the Blissfest website.

 

 

 

Saturday, July 8, 1 - 5  PM  CBG Minded Michigan'ders

CBG Minded Michigan'ders  is a Michigan based movement of musicians, instrument builders, hobbyists, fans and just plain folks with  an interest in cigar box guitars, ukuleles and related creations.  Members and friends of CBG Minded Michigan'ders  get together with other interested people  to share their fascination with cigar box instruments and the music they make.  What better place to do that than Red Sky Stage.

There will be a lot of swapping stories, tips and ideas about building and playing cigar box instruments.

The event is open to everyone.  Be sure to attend if you have even the slightest interest in cigar box instruments, making them, playing them or just seeing one for the first time. 

Admission Free, Snacks available.

 

Sunday, July 9

No  Jam

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Be Blissfull Instead!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monday,July 10  6-9 pm   Blissfest Ukes for You Club

6-7 pm,  Beginning Uke     7-9 pm, Uke Jam

This group of Ukulele enthusiasts meets the 2nd and 4th Monday of every month at Red Sky Stage to learn, play  and  discuss ukuleles. All experience levels welcome. The goal of the club is to bring together adults and families who are interested in learning the ukulele and want to play and sing songs with others.  All levels are encouraged to attend. Blissfest has a number of baritone ukuleles available for members to use if they do not have an instrument already.  If you have a soprano or baritone ukulele, please bring it with you.  The first hour focuses on helping beginners learn to form chords, strum and play some simple songs.  Then more experienced players join in with the others and the focus shifts to playing songs and talking uke.

Admission free.  Snacks available. 

 

Monday, July 10, 7-10 pm  Advanced Fun Blues Harmonica Class

For details, see July 3

 

Tuesday, July 11, 7-10 pm Beginning Fun Blues Harmonica Class

Instructor:  Steve August

It may be a tiny instrument but the Blues Harmonica is BIG on sound and style!  Practice the basic moves and patterns that bring your harmonica to life, including sweet single note melodies, foot tapping rhythms, blues scales and riffs and bending note secrets.  Get an intro to major harmonica players and their styles, from the early originators to the contemporary players.  

Small class size insures that you get lots of individual attention.  No prior musical experience is needed.  Any harmonica in the key of "C" is acceptable for class.  Open to ALL harmonica players from raw beginner to legendary bluesman.  [Photo:  Steve August]

 

 

 

 

 

Cost for six sessions, $145.  For more information or to register, call Steve August at  231-838-6419.  Email alljazz@chartermi.net. 

 

 

Saturday July, 15 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 pm  32nd Annual Art in the Park

Sponsored by the Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce


Artists from all over the United States will descend upon Downtown Petoskey to show off their wares. For the 32nd year, approximately 130 booths will grace Pennsylvania Park, with items ranging from pottery to jewelry, from paintings to photographs, and much more.

Wander through the hostas to find everything from that perfect, one-of-a-kind gift for someone special to that jaw-dropping focal piece for the office. Items range in size from small, intricate pieces of jewelry, to functional wearable art, and so much more. You'll find something for everyone, even if they're a budding art-lover or a seasoned collector of the fine things in life.

The show is rain or shine, so come prepared to shop. We'll even help you find a lunch to spoil the artist in you - many of the downtown restaurants have delicious goodies to tempt your taste buds.

 

Sunday, July 16

JAM !!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Weekly Blissfest St\ring Jam returns every Sunday ! 

 

Monday, July 17, 7-10 pm  Advanced Fun Blues Harmonica Class

For details, see July 3.

Tuesday, July 18, 7-10 pm Beginning Fun Blues Harmonica

For details, see July 11. 

 

Saturday, July 22, 7:30 pm  Billy McLaughlin  and JB Davies

Fingerstyle Guitar Concert

A fingerstyle Guitar Workshop will be presented by Billy and JB from 2-3:30 the afternoon of the concert.

Blissfesst Folk and Roots Mini Concert Series

Engrave July 22 on your calendar in very permanent ink and bold letters.  As you may know Billy McLaughlin, the internationally recognized, world-class fingerstyle guitarist had to cancel his much anticipated concert here in March because the Mackinac Bridge was closed that afternoon due to ice falling from the towers and wires.  We have talked several times since then working out a new date and details because he is very anxious to play in our town and on our stage.

We have added a few special features to the show.  Michigan resident, outstanding fingerstyle guitarist and virtuoso player of the harp guitar, J.B Davies, has been added to the bill.  The musicians will also conduct a fascinating, up close and personal fingerstyle guitar workshop.  J.B. will demonstrate his harp guitar.  Not only that, but with the show scheduled for July we can almost guarantee a Mackinac Bridge unobstructed by falling ice.

Billy McLaughlin is recognized internationally as a world-class guitarist and Emmy Award winning composer who has appeared on Billboard’s Top-Ten Chart. Previously signed to Virgin Records’ Narada label, McLaughlin has 14 CD releases, 3 National Campus Entertainer of the Year Awards*, 5 Minnesota Music Awards and his decades of national concert touring earned him the Hall of Fame Achievement Award.

But in 1999 McLaughlin vanished from sight as his career crumbled due to a little-known neuro-muscular disorder called Focal Dystonia. After suffering several years without a cure or even a diagnosis, this right-handed guitarist embarked on an unlikely attempt to regain his career by re-learning his instrument…left-handed! His remarkable comeback is captured in the independent documentary film Changing Keys (seen on PBS stations in 2010) and a concert film called Coming Back Alive featuring McLaughlin with string orchestra and a reunion of his longtime rock band. 
 
Many people fail because they quit too soon reads the fortune cookie saying that McLaughlin taped to his dashboard in 2001 – it remains there to this day.McLaughlin has resumed an international schedule of concert appearances and keynote speaking. He resides in his home state of Minnesota where he is proudly raising two boys.

JB Davies started playing guitar at the age of fourteen after seeing a John Denver concert with his mom.  Seeing Leo Kotke perform in 1998 ignited him to become a student of the contemporary fingerstyle guitar movement.

JB has studied under some of the top pioneers of the genre.  this inspired him to explore the roots of this tradition, leading him to a turn of the century instrument called the harp guitar.  JB's repertoire is eclectic, ranging from Beethoven and Tchaikovsky to contemporary fingerstyle artists and his own originals.  He plays in heavy alternative tunings using acoustic, baritone and harp guitars. His technique utilizes two handed tapping, two hands over the top and other unusual methods.  JB is Co-Founder and Past President of the Michigan Fingerstyle Guitar Society.

You don't have to know Billy's or JB's music to learn a lot at the workshop they will be giving at 2 - 3:30 the day of their concert . Beginner/intermediate/advanced players will all have fun and explore the unexpected things the acoustic guitar can do during this 90-minute session. Bring your guitars! Or, sit and observe. Either way you will get ideas for how to play your guitar in new ways you never thought possible. Let's explore and everyone goes home with something to work on in a clear and meaningful way!

Concert Tickets: $20 in advance at the Northern Michigan Artists Market, (231) 487-0000. Tickets are available at the door the night of the show for $25, students $10, Kids 12 and under  $5

Workshop Tickets: $20 .  A package ticket for both adult admission to the concert and the workshop is $30 in advance at the Northern Michigan Artists Market or at the door the afternoon of the workshop..

 

Monday, July 24,  6-9 pm   Blissfest Ukes for You Club

6-7 pm,  Beginning Uke     7-9 pm, Uke Jam

For details, see July 10

Admission free.  Snacks available.

 

Monday, July 24,  7-10 pm  Advanced Fun Blues Harmonica Class

For details, see July 3.

Tuesday, July 25, 7-10 pm Beginning Fun Blues Harmonica Class

For details, see July 11.

 

Friday, July 28 and Saturday, July 29 52nd Annual Downtown Petoskey Sidewalk Sales

 

Saturday, July 29, 8 pm Nessa

Celtic Fusion

Blissfesst Folk and Roots Mini Concert Series

Nessa is a Celtic fusion group based in Ann Arbor and led by multi-instrumentalist/vocalist, Kelly McDermott, known for her dazzling flute technique and beautiful, soulful voice. She is joined by co-founder/multi-instrumentalist Rob Crozier to research and arrange the music of Nessa.

 

This hard-working team re-imagines the ballads and dances of the U.K. and Europe, uniquely blending elements of classical, folk, jazz, funk and world music to create rich, complex musical hybrids. With no shortage of virtuosity, Nessa includes some of Southeastern Michigan’s hottest players. The band moves audiences with funky reels, “barn burner” jigs, and deep, soulful glimpses of old stories.

 

Nessa has a mystical, dreamy side akin to the music of Loreena McKennitt, an energetic aspect not unlike Solas, a touch of global fusion a la Pentangle and Eilleen Ivers, and a depth and dimension similar to Brian Eno.

 

Nessa has performed in great venues throughout Michigan including The Ark in Ann Arbor, The Saline Celtic Festival, The Detroit Institute of Arts, The Ramsdell Theater in Manistee and Aten Place in Boyne Falls.

 

Tickets:  $15 in advance at the Northern Michigan Artists Market, (231) 487-0000. Tickets are available at the door the night of he show for $20, students $8, Kids 12 and under  $5

 

Monday, July 31,  7-10 pm  Advanced Fun Blues Harmonica Class

For details, see July 3.

August 2017

Saturday, August 5, 8 pm Summer Vibes

a Hip Hop Show

Yes, Hip Hop is alive and prospering in Downtown Petoskey at Red Sky Stage.   This show features several very talented local hip hop artists including Lil Luke, Drebb, Blohmtreezy, trouble and King Rayn with special performances by Noemad and Braedon The Faded.

Tickets: $6 in advance at the Northern Michigan Artists Market, (231) 487-0000. and at www.noemadthedrifter.com  Tickets are available at the door the night of the show for $8.

Please note that because Red Sky Stage does not have a liquor license, no alcohol is available for purchase and no alcohol is permitted on the premises.

 

 

Sunday, August 6, 8 pm   Petoskey Improv Troupe (the PIT)

Live Comedy for Downtown Petoskey

They are back after their widely acclaimed debut at Red Sky Stage in July for a second performance, the  uniquely Petoskey comedy show. 

Dean Tahtinen and Sally McCoy (from Laugh and Disorder, Petoskey's long standing improv troupe that performed from 2004 through 2009 at the City Park Grill, Blissfest and the Perry Hotel), Julie Stoppel (who taught improv performance to dozens of school kids through her group Acting Up),  Carol Balouse . (one of those kids parents), Mara Klco (creator of the Dread Pirate Improv Troupe with her high school classmates) and  friendly newbie  Aaron Steppe.

Petoskey now officially has its own brand new improv comedy troupe!  Of course it is home grown and home style comedy created just for Petoskey.  And of course, in true Petoskey comic fashion, they call themselves the PIT -- the Petoskey Improv Troupe.

Don't miss the Petoskey Improv Troupe's next performance at Petoskey's perfect place for family friendly comedy,  Red Sky Stage.

 

Tickets:  $10 in advance at the Northern Michigan Artists Market, (231) 487-0000. Tickets are available at the door the night of the show for $15, students $8, Kids 12 and under  $5

 

Monday, August 7,  6 pm  Petoskey Poets

Join our very supportive poetry reading group, hosted and organized by  Dar Charlebois this Monday and the first  Monday of every month.  Bring something you wrote, a poem , a story, a skit or anything else original and creative.  Get up in front of the group and receive thunderous applause.  Not ready for that yet?  Just show up and get inspired by the other talented writers.  Had fun?  Come back next month with something to read.  We are building a talented, creative, fun-loving and supportive collection of folks.  As we gain experience and confidence, we will work on other opportunities and a growing variety of ways to explore creative writing and reading.

Admission Free, Snacks available.

 

Monday, August 7, 7-10 pm  Advanced Fun Blues Harmonica Class

Instructor:  Steve August

It may be a tiny instrument but the Blues Harmonica is BIG on sound and style!  Practice the basic moves and patterns that bring your harmonica to life, including sweet single note melodies, foot tapping rhythms, blues scales and riffs and bending note secrets.  Get an intro to major harmonica players and their styles, from the early originators to the contemporary players.  Small class size insures that you get lots of individual attention.  No prior musical experience is needed.  Any harmonica in the key of "C" is acceptable for class.  Open to ALL harmonica players from raw beginner to legendary bluesman. 

Cost for six sessions, $145.  For more information or to register, call Steve August at  231-838-6419.  Email alljazz@chartermi.net. 

 

Tuesday, August 8, 7-10 pm Beginning Fun Blues Harmonica Class

Instructor:  Steve August

It may be a tiny instrument but the Blues Harmonica is BIG on sound and style!  Practice the basic moves and patterns that bring your harmonica to life, including sweet single note melodies, foot tapping rhythms, blues scales and riffs and bending note secrets.  Get an intro to major harmonica players and their styles, from the early originators to the contemporary players.  

 

Small class size insures that you get lots of individual attention.  No prior musical experience is needed.  Any harmonica in the key of "C" is acceptable for class.  Open to ALL harmonica players from raw beginner to legendary bluesman. 

 

Cost for six sessions, $145.  For more information or to register, call Steve August at  231-838-6419.  Email alljazz@chartermi.net.

 

 

 

Saturday, August 12, 1 - 5  PM  CBG Minded Michigan'ders

 

CBG Minded Michigan'ders  is a Michigan based movement of musicians, instrument builders, hobbyists, fans and just plain folks with  an interest in cigar box guitars, ukuleles and related creations.  Members and friends of CBG Minded Michigan'ders  get together with other interested people  to share their fascination with cigar box instruments and the music they make.  What better place to do that than Red Sky Stage.

There will be a lot of swapping stories, tips and ideas about building and playing cigar box instruments.

The event is open to everyone.  Be sure to attend if you have even the slightest interest in cigar box instruments, making them, playing them or just seeing one for the first time. 

Admission Free, Snacks available.

 

Monday, August 14,  6-9 pm   Blissfest Ukes for You Club

6-7 pm,  Beginning Uke     7-9 pm, Uke Jam

This group of Ukulele enthusiasts meets the 2nd and 4th Monday of every month at Red Sky Stage to learn, play  and  discuss ukuleles. All experience levels welcome. The goal of the club is to bring together adults and families who are interested in learning the ukulele and want to play and sing songs with others.  All levels are encouraged to attend. Blissfest has a number of baritone ukuleles available for members to use if they do not have an instrument already.  If you have a soprano or baritone ukulele, please bring it with you.  The first hour focuses on helping beginners learn to form chords, strum and play some simple songs.  Then more experienced players join in with the others and the focus shifts to playing songs and talking uke.

Admission free.  Snacks available. 

 

Monday,August 14, 7-10 pm  Advanced Fun Blues Harmonica Class

For details, see August 7

Tuesday, August 15, 7-10 pm Beginning Fun Blues Harmonica

For details, see August 8. 

 

Friday, August 18, 8pm, Rustic Heart

Kelly Shively and Norm Hausler

Blissfest Folk and Roots Mini-Concert Series

Impressive harmonies of voice, instrument and spirit create a feeling of home when they play together. Kelly and Norm are seasoned musicians who have played in many groups and performed as solo singer/instrumentalists. These two Northern Michiganders have now combined their talents to form the duet, Rustic Heart.

Kelly brings her original songs of family and home, along with her interpretations of traditional mountain music. Norm’s deep baritone voice lends itself to country classics and his own original songs. Norm is enjoying learning to accompany Kelly with “mountain modal” tunings on his guitar, while Kelly surprises with turns on her fiddle, harp, banjo and a variety of other instruments.

Tickets:  $15 in advance at the Northern Michigan Artists Market, (231) 487-0000. Tickets are available at the door the night of the show for $20, students $8, Kids 12 and under  $5

 

Monday, August 21, 7-10 pm  Advanced Fun Blues Harmonica Class

For details, see August 7

Tuesday,August 22, 7-10 pm Beginning Fun Blues Harmonica

For details, see August 8

 

Friday, August 25, 7:30-10:30 PM  Up North Big Band

30's and 40's Swing and Big Band Dancing

Dance Lesson 6:45-7:30

Northern Michigan's premier concert and dance big band presents its regular monthly night of music and    dancing on our 1,000 square foot dance floor. 

The Up North Big Band Is comprised of 19 talented musicians from across Northern Michigan, who came together to preserve the sounds of the big band era. The UNBB offers tight ensemble playing combined with exceptional solo features and live vocals.

Red Sky Stage is the official home of the UNBB and its monthly  well known and popular interpretation of 30's and 40's swing  and big band dance music.

Thank you to the Blissfest Music Organization for its generous and continuing support of the Up North Big Band.

Admission:  Adults $10, Students with ID $5 at the door.

 

Monday, August 28,  6-9 pm   Blissfest Ukes for You Club

6-7 pm,  Beginning Uke     7-9 pm, Uke Jam

For details, see August 14

Admission free.  Snacks available.

 

Monday, August 28,  7-10 pm  Advanced Fun Blues Harmonica Class

For details, see August 7.

Tuesday, August 29, 7-10 pm Beginning Fun Blues Harmonica Class

For details, see August 8.