Good Times theme of folk music club

This theme is to counter our last month's theme of Hard Times, where we all managed to have a really good time anyway. 

The Gardeners Green Folk Music Club in Merville will gather again March 30 at 7 p.m., and you’re welcome to an evening of entertainment with the theme of Good Times.

This theme is to counter our last month’s theme of Hard Times, where we all managed to have a really good time anyway.  Admission is free, or by donation to the Ursula Joy Trust Fund.

Please be assured that you are not required to sing or perform in any way to be part of the folk club audience! We welcome anyone to join us who would like to be entertained for a few hours by a variety of local musicians.

There are always a few choruses to join in on if you’re so inclined, but it’s certainly not a requirement, so do feel free to come for an evening of fun, with no obligation whatsoever to open your mouth, except to partake of the tea and coffee, and a nice spread of fingerfood, too, brought along to share by anyone who wants to.

We also welcome singers and musicians in any genre of folk music, all levels and all instruments welcome, with musical offerings loosely around the theme of Good Times.

For all the rest of the information about the event, call 250-337-5337.

— Gardeners Green Folk Music Club

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