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February Open Sing

  • 02 Feb 2018
  • 8:00 PM - 11:00 PM
  • Home of David Shapiro, Greenbelt, MD
Date: Friday, February 2nd ***8PM***

Topic: (chosen by committee at the last sing): Fabric and Fabrication. Songs with silks and satins, wool, weaving, and/or things made of fabric. Songs about making things (or making things up!) 

Accessibility Note: We will be singing in the library we built into our house, which is up a flight of about a dozen stairs in our raised ranch. Sorry for the climb, but there is much more seating up there. Please tuck a folding chair into the trunk if you can, in case we have a big crowd.

Location: Home of Mary Jo and David Shapiro, 114 Northway, Greenbelt, MD 20770. We're a little more than a block off Crescent Rd. near Old Greenbelt--easily accessible via the Beltway, the BW Parkway, and University Boulevard. Parking in our semi-circular driveway for those who'll fit or across the street.

Call for directions: 301-699-8833

Please note early start time: 8 pm

Singers go around the room, giving everyone a chance to sing a song, play a tune, or pass. Most songs are presented from memory, but cheat sheets often appear. Everyone is welcome. The open sings have a loose topic to encourage us to learn new songs or put the polish back on some old ones. Don't worry if you can't think of a song on the topic--come join in the fun anyway!

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