Calling all - whether you’re musically inclined or musically challenged - to join us at Colwood Creek Park (near Belmont Market) on Sunday, July 3rd at 3:00pm to make a little music, have a little fun, and get to know each other. Bring your friends & family too!
Bring a chair or blanket, your ukulele, guitar, or banjo, a hand drum or some other gentle percussion instrument - and, of course, your voice. We’ll provide the chords and lyrics; we’re counting on you to bring your enthusiasm! Experienced Kazoo players are welcome - and inexperienced ones too!
We’re hoping you’ll bring a picnic so we can continue to visit with each other in person and get to know each other better. We’ll provide coffee and water (bring your travel mugs and water bottles) and light desserts to round out your picnic.
There is some parking but it is also pretty much directly off the Galloping Goose so we encourage you to come by active transportation! Don’t forget your sunscreen and a sun hat!
You can RSVP here.
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