Library Update

Posted by on October 30, 2010 in Live Performances, News | 1 comment

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This video was taken at the Valley Hi Library last September during one of the Sing-Along Club afterschool music sessions. It features lead guitarist, Nathan, cranking out his hot licks for the song “I Love Mother Goose.” This is a fine representation of the fun and mayhem that happens when we get together at the library. Enjoy. Now, here is what’s coming up at a library near you…

CALLING ALL KIDS! There is a special one-time-only Sing-Along Club meeting taking place this Thursday, November 4th, at the brand new Robbie Waters Pocket Greenhaven Library. The music starts at 11:30 am and lasts until noon. This is a call to action. If you’re reading this now, then you’ve got to be there on Thursday. I’ll play any song you ask for, no kidding. Who knows, if enough people show up to sing, maybe they will have me back again. C’mon.

The Sing-Along Club will continue meeting at Belle Cooledge Library through the end of the year. Here are the dates:
Wednesdays, November 3, 10, 17
Wednesdays, December 1, 8, 15

All shows start at 4 pm and finish around 4:30 pm.

Valley Hi Library will be temporarily putting the Sing-Along Club on hold after Thanksgiving. But we’ll be starting up again in January 2011. I’ll keep you posted. Here is the schedule for November:
Thursdays, November 4, 18
* All libraries are closed on November 11 (Veteran’s Day)
These shows start at 4 pm and finish at 4:30 pm, as well.

Thanks to everyone who comes to the Sing-Along Club meetings at the libraries. As Nathan will tell you, it’s a lot of fun. Maybe next time we’ll have the autograph table set up. See you on Thursday at the Pocket Greenhaven Library.

Thanks to Team Breidenbach for the video. Keep ’em coming…

1 Comment

  1. VERY CUTE!!!! Seems like there’s alot going on at Valley Hi. We’ll have to give it a visit.

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