|Sunday, May 18, 2014|
The Guthrie Center, Great Barrington, MA
Join Team notloB at "Arlo Guthrie's Historic Garbage Trail" Walk to Massacree HD (Huntington's Disease)
In memory of Pete and Woody, we're forming a team to rasie funds to research and massacree HD (Huntington's Disease).
Info at www.garbagetrailwalk.org
To join the team of walkers or arrange ride sharing, please email email@example.com
Share the Facebook event - https://www.facebook.com/events/620293748042667/
If you cannot attend the walk and wish to make a contribution see how at http://www.garbagetrailwalk.org/GarbageTrailWalk/Sponsor_Forms.html#1 and designate "Team notloB"
More info at http://www.garbagetrailwalk.org/GarbageTrailWalk/Welcome.html
"Our 14th annual "Arlo Guthrie's Historic Garbage Trail" Walk to Massacree HD (Huntington's Disease) is a fun day riding in a VW Microbus to Theresa's Stockbridge Cafe where the 6.3 mile walk begins...not before having a delicious breakfast!
You will begin the walk by going to the "police officers" station and then on to the old town dump where you'll be entertained by the dump divas! Next you'll have some delicious ice cream & shrimp cocktail. Lastly you'll walk by Robby Baier's Soultube Studio & AmeriGas, ending at the Guthrie Center. At the center you will receive a free lunch compliments of Laurel Lake Center for Health @ Rehabilitation and enjoy some live music :)
Registration begins at 8:30-9:45 at The Guthrie Center, walk begins at 10"
We have completed our Spring season at a private home in Watertown...
02/12 4TET (Jordan Tice, Brittany Haas, Cleek Schrey and Nic Gareiss)
02/28 Evie Ladin and Keith Terry
03/31 10 String Symphony and Tattletale Saints
04/19 Molly Tuttle Trio featuring John Mailander and Brittany Karlson
+ Listening room environment
+ Low/no cost
+ Good acoustics
+ Capacity 40 plus
+ Nice ambiance
We are also open to working with a not-for-profit organization who could act as an umbrella so we could present at rented spaces, or with a church which would agree to a door split arrangement. We have two larger projects ready to go (one in late March, the other in May) that could easily fill 200-300 seats and be a great fundrasier.
If you have space or ideas to share, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, March 21
|Elizabeth and Ben Anderson|
|Sunday, April 13||Joe's Truck Stop|
|Wednesday, May 14||Fresh Haggis|
|Friday, May 16||Lady Rogo and Friends|
|Saturday, May 31||Jenna Moynihan and Mairi Chaimbeul|
See the website for complete information.
|Wednesday, May 14, 8pm|
(Elias Alexander, Kathleen Parks and Eamon Seffton)
Click here for more info
There will never be any annoying ringtones at a notloB Parlour Concert! Before each, patrons are asked to turn off electric devices or put them in silent mode. Pianist Marc-André Hamelin has a tongue-in-cheek musical reply, "Valse Irritation", based on the Nokia ringtone.
Hamelin - Valse Irritation d'après Nokia 'Ringtone Waltz'
notloB is run on a shoestring, actually less than a shoestring as we sometimes lose money on our productions. Our website - https://sites.google.com/site/notlobmusic/ - is a free Google site. It really could use some improvements. Are you good with Google sites and have a few free hours? We'd love to talk with you! Please email email@example.com
Since June 2, 2007, notloB has presented over 100 folk, old-time, bluegrass / newgrass, string band. Celtic and acoustic blues concerts to audiences throughout the greater Boston area. The concerts are volunteer-run and not for profit. 100% of the patron donations go to the artists and minimal production expenses.
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