Unitarian Universalist Congregation

520 Kanawha Blvd. West, Charleston, West Virginia, USA

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Unitarian Universalist Congregation

1st Sunday of the Month, FOOTMAD Celtic Session, 4 30-6 30pm. Started in Fall 2012 as a more formal/regular meetup for ‘Celtic’ musicians, may take a break, June-August 2013. Typical session fare tunes, with some local oddities. A core list is being developed to encourage newcomers. Beginers to advanced players attend, all are welcome to come and listen. So far it has attracted players of, guitar, bouzouki, fiddle, mandolin, whistle, flute, bodhran, accordion, mountain dulcimer, banjo. Please visit the Friends of Old Time Music and Dance website for more details as well as information on Concerts and Dance Workshops: www.footmad.org

Summer break !

The regular FOOTMAD Celtic Session is on a summer break, until the beginning of October, please feel free to message if you are interested, in attending. There are also occassional informal sessions as well.

Re: 3rd Sunday FOOTMAD Traditional Celtic Session

Session will be on summer break, will resume around, Sept. 18th, 2016. Time has changed to 3 30-5 30pm. Always good to call to be certain that its happening.

Re: Unitarian Universalist Congregation

The 3rd Sunday Music Session is getting up and started again. Its 1/2 way to Paddy’s Day, so wel’ll be doing something a little special. We’ll be Upstairs at Sam’s, at 28 Capital Street in downtown Charleston and going a little longer. This will give a little more opportunity to mix some songs with tunes.
If you enjoy playing or listening to Traditional Celtic Music, come and share tunes, or a song, or just come to listen. All musicians and singers, are encouraged of whatever experience level with respect to the tradition
Sams serves Brunch from 11am and there will be some Celtic Fare on the menu.
Its only five months and three weeks till the 3rd annual Celtic Calling Festival, happening in Charleston, March 2-4, 2018! Checkout:
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