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    Monday Dec 31, 2018 - Sunday Feb 17, 2019
    A once in a lifetime experience for country fans of all ages! ... read more
    Categories: Arts & Culture
    Friday Feb 1, 2019 - Thursday Feb 14, 2019
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    Categories: Festivals & Celebrations, Holiday
    Friday Feb 1, 2019
    FREE Dental Care for children in need. ... read more
    Categories: Community Services
    Friday Feb 1, 2019
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    Categories: Community Services
    Friday Feb 1, 2019
    Riverstone Event Center Open House and Ribbon Cutting on February 1st You're invited! 4pm - 8pm RSVP: https://riverstonepremier.com/events/ ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Celebrations, Chamber Of Commerce, Retail Merchants, Economic Development
    Saturday Feb 2, 2019
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    Categories: Chamber Of Commerce, Retail Merchants, Agriculture
    Sunday Feb 3, 2019
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    Categories: Schools, Recreation & Sports
    Monday Feb 4, 2019
    Wisconsin Lovers Valentine's Day cooking class aimed at teaching students about local recipes using locally sourced ingredients, when possible. ... read more
    Categories: Schools, Continuing Education, Holiday
    Tuesday Feb 5, 2019
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    Categories: Continuing Education
    Tuesday Feb 5, 2019
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    Categories: Community Services, Continuing Education
    Wednesday Feb 6, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community Services, Government, Schools, Continuing Education, Clubs/Organizations, Recreation & Sports, Hoard Musuem, Volunteer, Workforce Development , Economic Development , Dwight Foster Public Library, Agriculture, Entertainment
    Thursday Feb 7, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Entertainment
    Friday Feb 8, 2019
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    Categories: Community Services, Schools, Clubs/Organizations, Entertainment
    Friday Feb 8, 2019 - Saturday Feb 9, 2019
    Saturday 24 high school show choirs from Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota, and Iowa will begin competition at 7:30 a.m. ... read more
    Categories: Arts & Culture, Schools
    Saturday Feb 9, 2019
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    Categories: Festivals & Celebrations, Community Services, Schools, Recreation & Sports, Retail Merchants, Entertainment
    Saturday Feb 9, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Dwight Foster Public Library
    Saturday Feb 9, 2019
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    Categories: Dwight Foster Public Library
    Saturday Feb 9, 2019
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    Categories: Clubs/Organizations, Hoard Musuem
    Sunday Feb 10, 2019
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    Categories: Schools, Recreation & Sports
    Monday Feb 11, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Dwight Foster Public Library
    Tuesday Feb 12, 2019
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    Tuesday Feb 12, 2019
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    Wednesday Feb 13, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community Services, Government, Schools, Continuing Education, Clubs/Organizations, Recreation & Sports, Hoard Musuem, Volunteer, Workforce Development , Economic Development , Dwight Foster Public Library, Agriculture, Entertainment
    Wednesday Feb 13, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Dwight Foster Public Library
    Wednesday Feb 13, 2019
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    Categories: Community Services, Continuing Education
    Wednesday Feb 13, 2019
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    Categories: Holiday
    Wednesday Feb 13, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Entertainment
    Thursday Feb 14, 2019
    Mackinac Island Grand Hotel Raffle to benefit the Humane Society of Jefferson County ... read more
    Categories: Community Services, Volunteer
    Thursday Feb 14, 2019
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    Thursday Feb 14, 2019
    Nomadic is a gourmet candy shop and casual restaurant, highlighting cuisine from around the world. ... read more
    Categories: Holiday, Retail Merchants
    Thursday Feb 14, 2019
    Chocolate Covered Strawberry Fundraiser ... read more
    Categories: Holiday, Clubs/Organizations
    Thursday Feb 14, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Dwight Foster Public Library
    Thursday Feb 14, 2019
    Valentines Dinner at Island Bar and Grill Sirloin, Scallops, Shrimp, Ribeye, Pork Chops ... read more
    Categories: Holiday, Retail Merchants
    Thursday Feb 14, 2019
    Now accepting Valentines Day Reservations! Come enjoy our full menu along with some of these Chef Specials we will have ready for you: Cedar Plank paremesan encrusted scottish salmon 14oz Angus Herb Encrusted Prime Rib Surf & Turf with your choice of shrimp or Scallops Fresh Mahi Mahi w/seafood topping Asparagus and Saffron Royale Sauce Seafood en Croute w/shrimp, crab meat, finished with Saffron Sauce Call us today for a reservation! ... read more
    Categories: Holiday, Retail Merchants, Entertainment
    Thursday Feb 14, 2019
    NEW PIONEERS February 14 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm $10 This five piece bluegrass ball of fire featuring vocals, banjo, fiddle, guitar, bass and mandolin appears here regularly on the 2nd Thursday of the month- except when they don?t. Its various members have been involved with traditional music locally, regionally, and nationally for many years. ?We are going to celebrate Valentine?s Day by performing as many of the classic Bluegrass ?Love Songs? as we can?be forewarned, they don?t always end happy?but we?d be happy to see you and your friends at the show! As a special added holiday bonus, we will be joined on Bass by our former Bass-man Bruce Royal*..John [Jirak]has a date!? The Pioneer?s lead singer and guitarist, Jerry Wicentowski, has been described by country music historian Bill Malone as ?One of the finest singers in bluegrass music?. Jerry has also performed and recorded with such bluegrass greats as Tim O?Brien, Andy Statman, Byron Berline, Tony Trischka and others. Mike Schmidt of Spring Green, Wisconsin, is the group?s banjo player. This former French horn player has been a Nashville session musician and member of the popular Wisconsin-based bluegrass bands, Alive ?n? Pickin? and the Piper Road Spring Band. He also performs occasionally with his wife Lori. Bruce King of Art Stevenson and High Water ? also formerly of Alive ?n? Pickin? ? is on mandolin. Bruce and Mike are veterans of the Great Northern Bluegrass Festival in Mole Lake, WI ? performing there every year from 1977 to 1982. Fiddle player Paul Kienitz is a member in good standing of regional bluegrass favorites, The Nob Hill Boys. Bass player John Jirak also has played banjo with various folks in the northeastern WI and Madison areas, most notably with the Green Bay based Fox River Flyer. As a bass player, he?s performed shows with the Chicago Bluegrass Band, Miltown Ramblers, Krause Family, Old Cool, Spare Time Bluegrass Band, Bob Steeno and The Old Truck, and Down From the Hills, and currently Madison?s newest, Kettle Moraine. ... read more
    Categories: Holiday, Retail Merchants, Entertainment
    Friday Feb 15, 2019
    The 30th Annual Fort Atkinson FFA Pancake Breakfast will be held on February 15th, 2019 at the American Legion Dugout. The breakfast will be held from 5:30-10:30am, where food such as pancakes, sausage, applesauce, and scrambled eggs will be served, along with juice, milk, and coffee. Eating there is free, however f... ... read more
    Categories: Clubs/Organizations
    Friday Feb 15, 2019
    Doors open at 4:00 pm Friday February 15th and close at 8:00 pm. Don?t worry, we know everyone?s schedules are different? you do not have to be there when the doors open?join us at your leisure?come at 5 or 6 or ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Celebrations, Arts & Culture
    Friday Feb 15, 2019
    We will start the evening with our Wine, Cheese and Chocolate Fondue to get your creative juices flowing and then guests will get to paint! ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Celebrations, Arts & Culture, Holiday, Retail Merchants, Entertainment
    Friday Feb 15, 2019
    Riverstone is committed to bringing you a memorable total entertainment experience, featuring the high-energy live music show of Howl at the Moon Dueling Pianos, coupled with delicious cuisine, impeccable service and a uniquely gorgeous facility. ... read more
    Categories: Retail Merchants, Entertainment
    Friday Feb 15, 2019
    A ROSE AMONG THORNS February 15 @ 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm $7 This quartet of local musicians offers pleasing melodies, tight musicianship, and stirring renditions of songs from folk, pop, blues, country, and Celtic traditions. First performing on Café Carpe?s stage two years ago, the foursome includes JEFF MASON on acoustic guitar, bass, and vocals; PERRY BAIRD on vocals and acoustic guitar; TOM COOK on bass, mandolin, banjo, and a host of other stringed instruments; and ANGELA LICARI on violin. Jeff and Perry played at Café Carpe as solo acts and as a duo in the mid-1980s, renewing their musical partnership about five years ago. Tom, retired band teacher at Fort High School, came on board in 2015, and a violin was added in 2016, with Angela capably taking over that duty last year. The guys are retired from their day jobs and reliving their younger days (as they remember them), while Angela provides the more youthful exuberance. All are familiar to local audiences as members of other musical ensembles, some of which include Jeff with the Merry Horde, Expanded Waist Band, and Blue Stew; Perry with The Buzzards; Tom with Madison Brass and Guitarcheology; and Angela with Madpolecats. The Rose Among Thorns collaboration gives each a chance to contribute favorite?often eclectic?songs for interpretation by the group. Songs featuring moving stories and themes, energetic instrumentals, soothing vocals, and singable choruses are all part of typical Rose Among Thorns musical sets. Please call 920-563-9391 to reserve. ... read more
    Categories: Holiday, Retail Merchants, Entertainment
    Saturday Feb 16, 2019
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    Categories: Hoard Musuem
    Saturday Feb 16, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Hoard Musuem, Dwight Foster Public Library
    Saturday Feb 16, 2019
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    Categories: Festivals & Celebrations, Recreation & Sports
    Saturday Feb 16, 2019
    Humane Society fundraiser at Mr. Brews featuring Wade Root and Flashback. Saturday, February 16 ... read more
    Saturday Feb 16, 2019
    WIT and WISDOM-the monologues of Ruth Draper February 16 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm $15 TAPIT New Works presents this wonderful show. Read this about it in the Wisconsin State Journal report on their Madison performance. Picture an evening with your funniest and most interesting women friends, chock full of laughter, unexpected revelations, and sparkling commentary on the human condition. Featuring a diverse cast of 10 female actors, aged 26-81, in an immersive, cabaret-style performance, Wit & Wisdom will introduce area audiences to the work of Ruth Draper, the most famous actress you?ve probably never heard of. Ruth Draper (1884-1956) was a solo performer long before it was cool. She literally performed before the crowned heads of Europe (Queen Mary and King George V) and counted Laurence Olivier and George Bernard Shaw among her fans. Agatha Christie modeled two characters after her ? and Lily Tomlin and Tom Waits both cite her as a major influence. The monologues selected for Wit & Wisdom showcase Draper?s evergreen understanding of the human experience and her wicked sense of humor, administered with a kindly touch. Audiences will visit a class in ?Greek Poise,? track a married couple?s breakfasts through the years, follow the latest trends in doctors and diets, and, in general, learn more about Draper?s characters than they know about themselves. Musical interludes from Julia McConahay, ?Madison?s rocking solo violinist,? weave throughout the monologues. Director Catie O?Donnell is guiding the top-notch cast of leading area actors. Please call 920-563-9391 to reserve seats. ... read more
    Categories: Entertainment
    Sunday Feb 17, 2019
    Come in for Bloody Mary's and lunch, stay for the meat raffle at 1:30. Prime rib dinner starts at 3:00 pm. ... read more
    Categories: Community Services
    Sunday Feb 17, 2019
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    Categories: Schools, Recreation & Sports
    Tuesday Feb 19, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Dwight Foster Public Library
    Tuesday Feb 19, 2019
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    Tuesday Feb 19, 2019
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    Categories: Community Services, Continuing Education
    Tuesday Feb 19, 2019
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    Wednesday Feb 20, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community Services, Government, Schools, Continuing Education, Clubs/Organizations, Recreation & Sports, Hoard Musuem, Volunteer, Workforce Development , Economic Development , Dwight Foster Public Library, Agriculture, Entertainment
    Wednesday Feb 20, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Dwight Foster Public Library
    Thursday Feb 21, 2019 - Sunday Apr 7, 2019
    A Broadway classic often called the World's Greatest Musical! ... read more
    Categories: Arts & Culture
    Friday Feb 22, 2019
    The Great Gatsby, Soiree, JCLC, Fort Atkinson Club ... read more
    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community Services, Clubs/Organizations, Entertainment
    Friday Feb 22, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Clubs/Organizations
    Friday Feb 22, 2019
    TIM GRIMM/ KATIE DAHL February 22 @ 8:30 pm - 11:00 pm $15 An evening split with 2 Midwestern songwriters? each rooted in their writing by a strong sense of place. TIM GRIMM and KATIE DAHL offer an evening of literate, compelling songs that will open the mind?s eye of the listener with the pictures they paint?like novels that spread across the screen? you will see and feel the personal become the universal. Tim hails from southern Indiana and has been called ?The Poet laureate of the rural Midwest?. He has acted with Harrison Ford, played and toured with friend, Ramblin? Jack Elliott, and shared the stage with poet, Wendell Barry. He first played The Carpe 30 years ago? After a foray in Holywood for a few years (acting in CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER and a series regular for 2 years on NBC?s ? REASONABLE DOUBTS), Tim returned to the heartland and wrote and released his recording HEART LAND in 1999. Since then he has released 12 albums, as well as group projects like the Emmy-nominated PBS production WILDERNESS PLOTS with Carrie Newcomer and Krista Detor. His songs have appeared in the film soundtracks? A WALK IN THE WOODS and SLICE OF PIE. His recordings consistently appear at the top of the Folk dj charts in America and abroad. He is the only artist in the last decade to have multiple #1 songs (of the Year) on the Folk charts? 2014- KING OF THE FOLKSINGERS, 2016- WOODY?S LANDLORD, 2017- GONNA BE GREAT. His songs have been recorded by artists as diverse as Eric Taylor and RJ Cowdrey. Tim has been touring Europe for the past 10 years ?with album releases on Cavalier Recordings in The Netherlands and Appaloosa Records in Italy, and for several years he has also led small group tours that center on music ? to Ireland, Scotland and The Netherlands. He keeps a foot firmly planted in the world of theatre? both as an actor and as a musician-composer, having worked on and written songs for- THE GRAPES OF WRATH, TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD, FINDING HOME: INDIANA AT 200 (another Emmy nomination). Katie comes from rural Door County, and has earned high words of praise from some of the country?s finest songwriters. She has performed her original songs everywhere from the dusty cliff country of Mali, West Africa, to the winding canals of southern France, to the cedar forests of the American northwoods. The depth and power of Katie?s alto voice, the literate candor of her original songs, and the easy humor of her live performances have earned her numerous songwriting awards, as well as the chance to share stages with such luminaries as Dar Williams, Peter Mulvey, Julie Gold, and Cheryl Wheeler. Katie is also a playwright whose musical Victory Farm premiered to high acclaim in 2012 and has since been made into a live cast album. The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel says Katie combines ?old-fashioned populism, an abiding love of the land and wickedly smart love songs, all delivered in a rich and expressive alto.? Katie travels extensively, playing intimate house concerts as well as established venues like Chicago?s Old Town School of Folk Music. Richly steeped in the folk songwriter tradition, Katie navigates the muddy waters between the personal and the public with the skill of a writer twice her age. She is equally comfortable writing about the intricacies of a complicated relationship (without being indulgent or myopic) and taking on the threat of chain restaurants to her own small community (without being polarizing or didactic). Please call 920-563-9391 to reserve. ... read more
    Categories: Entertainment
    Saturday Feb 23, 2019
    Bowling Tournament ... read more
    Categories: Recreation & Sports
    Saturday Feb 23, 2019
    Poker Tournament ... read more
    Categories: Clubs/Organizations, Recreation & Sports
    Saturday Feb 23, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Hoard Musuem
    Saturday Feb 23, 2019
    ome and experience the newly remodeled RiverStone Event Center located just off the Rte 26 bypass in Fort Atkinson, Wi. featuring the 1st Annual Feb Fest, Beer/Cider/Spirits and Food Tasting Event. For 3 hours, sample and enjoy libations from local Breweries, Ciders and Distilleries paired with samples of delicious and unique appetizers prepared by our RiverStone Chef. Upgrade your ticket to VIP and experience early access to the beverage tasting and chow on our delicious Gourmet Slider Trio (Shrimp, beef Filet, and Chicken) prepared by our RiverStone Chef! Enjoy the unique array of beverages and food to soulful music provided by Fort?s own ?Lost Sound? Band. Get your tickets now! Ticket sales are limited. ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Celebrations, Retail Merchants, Entertainment
    Saturday Feb 23, 2019
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    Saturday Feb 23, 2019
    CHAD ELLIOTT February 23 @ 8:30 pm - 11:00 pm $10 CHAD ELLIOTT?s soulful, foot-stomping shows are incredible. His laid-back storytelling and his skillful fingerpicking weave well-crafted songs together for an evening of pure entertainment. Averaging more than 200 shows per year, Elliott has been on the road for nearly ... read more
    Categories: Entertainment
    Sunday Feb 24, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community Services, Entertainment
    Sunday Feb 24, 2019
    Come in for Bloody Mary's and lunch, stay for the meat raffle at 1:30. Prime rib dinner starts at 3:00 pm. ... read more
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    Sunday Feb 24, 2019
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    Sunday Feb 24, 2019
    GARNET ROGERS February 24 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm $22.50 Buy tickets through Brown Paper Tickets by clicking on the Buy tickets link: The big Canadian is back. In a darkened bedroom, lit only be the amber glow from an old floor model radio, two young brothers aged 6 and 12 lay in their beds, listening to the country music broadcasts from the Grand Ol? Opry, and practiced their harmonies. Two years later, the youngest one was playing the definitive 8-year-old?s version of ?Desolation Row? on his ukulele. He soon abandoned that instrument to teach himself the flute, violin and guitar. Within ten years, and barely out of high school, GARNET ROGERS was on the road as a full- time working musician with his older brother Stan. Together they formed what has come to be accepted as one of the most influential acts in North American folk music. Hailed by the Boston Globe as a ?charismatic performer and singer?, Garnet is a man with a powerful physical presence ? close to six and a half feet tall ? with a voice to match. With his ?smooth, dark baritone? (Washington Post) his incredible range, and thoughtful, dramatic phrasing, Garnet is widely considered by fans and critics alike to be one of the finest singers anywhere. His music, like the man himself, is literate, passionate, highly sensitive, and deeply purposeful. Cinematic in detail, his songs ?give expression to the unspoken vocabulary of the heart? (Kitchener Waterloo Record). An optimist at heart, Garnet sings extraordinary songs about people who are not obvious heroes and of the small victories of the everyday. As memorable as his songs, his over-the-top humour and lightning-quick wit moves his audience from tears to laughter and back again. ?Garnet Rogers is capable of awe-inspiring and unpredictable stuff ? and that includes more than just music? ... read more
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    Tuesday Feb 26, 2019
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    Tuesday Feb 26, 2019
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    Wednesday Feb 27, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community Services, Government, Schools, Continuing Education, Clubs/Organizations, Recreation & Sports, Hoard Musuem, Volunteer, Workforce Development , Economic Development , Dwight Foster Public Library, Agriculture, Entertainment
    Wednesday Feb 27, 2019
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    Wednesday Feb 27, 2019
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    Wednesday Feb 27, 2019
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    Categories: Hoard Musuem
    Wednesday Feb 27, 2019
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    Wednesday Feb 27, 2019
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    Categories: Continuing Education, Clubs/Organizations
    Thursday Feb 28, 2019
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    Thursday Feb 28, 2019
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    Thursday Feb 28, 2019
    SONG CIRCLE w/ TRICIA ALEXANDER February 28 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm $5 Round robin song circle led by TRICIA ALEXANDER? (performer, poet, healer, ?with a voice, music and lyrics that resonate the heart?) done informally, not from the stage, no microphones. This is a lovely gathering of singers, songwriters, musicians and music appreciators, poets, and storytellers held regularly on the last Thursday of each month (except sometimes). Traditional Round Robin protocol applies ? everyone is part of the circle and has an opportunity to: play, pass or request a song from someone in particular or from anyone in the circle. Everyone is welcome to attend. $5 cover for musicians and audience. Come early and have a bite to eat- ... read more
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    Thursday Feb 28, 2019
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    Thursday Feb 28, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Dwight Foster Public Library