Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Folk calendar help


Photo( Eric in reflection. Taken at the Espresso Yourself Cafe in Powell.)

Is the gig calendar working.

The calendar takes a lot of time to compile. I would like to find out if you regard it as useful and important to this blog. There are around 90 subscribers to this blog and it would be worth the effort to keep the calendar going if around 40 to 50 people used the calendar. It may be that you would prefer to see the gigs on the blog itself. To help me solve this could you please e mail me and say what your preferences are. John@AnEnglishmanAbroad.com or post a comment on the blog.
Photo(Dave Rainey. He can do better with a guitar then a cue.)

CFMS Coffee House 31 October

This is the place to be on the last Saturday of the month through the winter. Good company, good jam session and good guests. What could be better.

CFMS’S Folkside Coffeehouse
Areopagitica Bookstore
3510 North High St., Columbus, OH
7:00-8:00 pm, Jam Session, Socialize & Setup
8:00 - 9:00 Open Stage
9:00-11:00 pm Featured Performer(s)
Bob Sauls and Marian Funk

Join in the fun

Why not go along to the CFMS board meeting and sit in. Your skills would be welcome and you may find you want to be more involved.


CFMS Board Meeting
7:30 Areopagitica Bookstore
3510 N. High Street, Columbus, OH

Food and Music

If you want somewhere to eat on Friday then consider listening to Loosely Strung at the Cheshire market. This is a great little place where the food is home cooking and very good. Loosely Strung are not bad either. The fact that I get my bait there when I fish up that way has nothing to do with it.


Loosely Strung will be playing at the Cheshire Market, Bait Store & Pizza Place this Friday, October 30, from 7 - 10 p.m. You'll find it on the east side of Alum Creek Reservoir, at the intersection of Africa Rd. & Cheshire Rd. Be sure to observe the rule posted on the back door, "No bait buckets in restaurant."

If you have never heard Jackie's tongue-in-cheek jingle about the Cheshire Market, there's a line, "and if you shoot one, you can check your deer . . . Here!" That's not true; it is not a deer hunting check station. However, when I was passing by the market a few weeks ago, I saw a deer loaded onto a pick-up truck in the parking lot. Maybe people really do listen to what Jackie has to say?!?!? That's the scariest thing I could imagine for Halloween!

Hope to see you soon!
Dan


Do you think these work?

http://ibored.com/2009/05/coolest-guitars/






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