SIDE BY SIDE SINGING – Free and Open to the Public …Bring a Friend!
Date(s) - 07/25/2018 - 09/27/2018
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Henderson County Library
Hello Singers! We are looking forward to singing “Side by Side” with you “In the Good Old Summertime.”
These are the dates for our summer Side by Side Sing-a-longs:
July 25 (Wednesday) 2pm Hendersonville Library — 301 N. Washington St. Hendersonville Kaplan Auditorium
August 9 (Thursday) 2pm Calvary Episcopal Church — 2840 Hendersonville Rd. Fletcher Parish Hall (entrance for parking is on Old Airport Rd.)
August 15 (Wednesday) 2pm Hendersonville Library
August 23 (Thursday) 2pm Calvary Episcopal Church August 30 (Thursday) 2pm Calvary Episcopal Church
Sept. 27 (Thursday) 2pm Hendersonville Library All sessions are free and open to the public.
Please feel free to invite your friends. You need not be an experienced singer or able to read music to participate fully. Lyric sheets are provided.
We sing well-loved favorites such as: Take Me Out to the Ballgame, Let Me Call you Sweetheart and Oh What a Beautiful Morning. Songleaders Jan Mallindine, Debbie
Nordeen and Ruthie Rosauer will provide guitar and piano accompaniment. Both locations are handicap accessible with free parking. For more info about Side by Side Singing
see us on Facebook or go to our website: SideBySideSinging.wordpress. com We hope you will come sing with us!
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