Thursday, September 24, 2009

A Folk event ends and a Folk Event begins.

A Folk Event ends and a Folk Event begins.

I managed to get to the jam session at the Worthington farmers market last Saturday. There was an excellent turn out, people everywhere and money going into the tip jar. Larry Staats has done a superb job with this jam session and he and the regulars deserve a pat on the back for there efforts. October 10th will be the last session for this year so get yourself along and have some fun.

(Photo) Roll your sleeves up and get ready for the winter events.

As the Worthington jam session comes to a close the CFMS concerts begin. I know there are a number of people signed up for this blog who are not members of CFMS (Columbus Folk Music Society) so I will explain.

Starting in September the CFMS have their monthly concerts. It is the last Saturday of the month and there is something for all of us.

7pm is the start of the jam session, 8pm is the open mic and at 9pm is the guest artist. If you have never been I would recommend you give it a try. Apart from good entertainment you get the chance to meet like minded people, chat and have fun.

Suggested entrance is $5 for non members and $4 for members. Refreshments are available and you get the chance to brows all the books.

(Photo) You never know who will be there.

This month

7:00-8:00 pm
Jam Session, Socialize & Setup
8:00 - 9:00
Open Stage
9:00-11:00 pm

Featured Performer(s)
Jerry Rockwell
Saturday September, 26, 2009

Areopagitica Books
3510 N. High Street
Columbus, OH 43214

Tellabration is on the horizon.
Just a reminder that members of The Storytellers of Central Ohio have a chance to vote for the tellers at this years Tellabration. get your votes in folks.

With Halloween on the horizon there will be scary stories in abundance at various venues. Let me know where you are so that I can tell one and all.

(Photo) This scared me.
Birds Know Music
Try this for a wow moment.

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