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From Bareboards Arts and Entertainment:
The Whisky Minstrels are coming back to beautiful downtown Nordland - Sunday June 19 at 3:00.
Yes, that's Father's Day, and if you're a dad you can treat yourself to some great music by two of the best musicians and nicest guys. And if you not a dad, you'll still enjoy an afternoon of great tunes and entertaining stories. We're trying something new with this one - a mid-afternoon show.
From the Victorian Heritage Festival website:
When: 9pm Saturday, March 19th
Where: American Legion Hall, 209 Monroe St, Port Townsend, WA, 98368
Price: $5 suggested donation
From James Lindquist:
The Blue Crows are lifelong musicians who combine their folk, blues, jazz and classical backgrounds. John Morton plays clarinet, George Rezendes plays finger-style guitar, and the cellist is Fred Nussbaum. Since this event allows for dancing, the creative drummer Tom Svornich will be on hand to lend some extra propulsion to the festivities.
Feel free to bring light snacks and beverages to share.
Doors open at 6:30, Music starts at 7pm.
$10 Suggested donation.
From James Lindquist on behalf of Ocean Arts Programs:
Music & Dance Fundraiser for Ocean Arts Programs
5 - 6:30pm … OCEAN STRING BAND w/ contra-style dancing
6:30 - 7pm … Drum Jam (bring your instrument)
7:00 - 8pm … HENGE (acoustic rock)
8:00 - 11pm … HOT DAMN SCANDAL (Tipsy American gypsy band)
$10 suggested donation
All-ages; Pizza and concessions
Sponsored by Voice; All proceeds benefit Ocean Arts Programs
From James Lindquist:
Front Country isn’t your usual bluegrass band. The group blends everything from high-lonesome mountain music to new-wave power pop, newgrass picking, oldgrass harmonies, and just plain glorious musicality. This is Americana at its best: music with deep roots and wide-ranging vision.
There's WAY too much going on to cover it here - follow the links to the Juan de Fuca Festival website lineup and schedule. An early-bird pass for all four days is only $55, and daily passes run from $20 to $30 (12 and under free) - click here for the festival's pass sales page.
From the Victorian Festival website:
The evening's entertainment features music by Broken Dreams with caller Jeanie Murphy. Broken dreams has been delighting music enthusiasts and dancers alike for years.
From Kit Helsley:
Local caller Juanita Ramsey will join Vivian and Phil Willams, long time Northwest folk musicians, to provide an evening of old time Grange-style dance and couples dances.
Instruction starts at 6:30pm, dance 7:30 - 10:00pm.
Suggested donation $5.
For more information, contact Kit at rmsh23q [dot] com or call 360-582-1186.
From Sonja Hickey: