(Formerly known as “Sing for Democracy”)
Date: 1st and 3rd Sunday every month
Time: 2-4 pm
Location: Usually in Room 1, but please check the calendar
Facilitator: Steve Ludington, Barry Nayler, and Dan Harper
Contact: Steve Ludington (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Registration: Not required
In response to divisive U.S. politics, we want more harmony and community in our lives. Music-making leads to harmony, and builds community!
We have copies of “Rise Up Singing,” as well as our own songbook, and you are also welcome to bring songs to share. We do everything from simple unison singing, to four-part harmony. We sing old songs and new songs, and occasionally a song one of us wrote. We go around the circle, and each person gets to choose a song. We’ll try to sing anything you choose, but it will go better if you can sing and/or play the song for us. We love it if you teach us harmony parts for your song.
We’re a supportive singing community, and we do our best to make everyone sound great. We welcome instruments, too. Bring your guitar, ukulele, autoharp, mandolin, fiddle, or any other instrument that goes well with singing.