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SongFarmers of Madison County to hold evening of music, chili supper March 16 at Union Church

SongFarmers of Madison County invites the public to a March 16 evening of acoustic music, singing and community connections in the Community Room at Union Church in Berea.

SongFarmers of Madison County invites the public to a March 16 evening of acoustic music, singing and community connections in the Community Room at Union Church in Berea.

Musicians wishing to perform a cover or a song they have written are asked to sign up for the open mic by 6 p.m. They should also be prepared to lead a community song and participate in a second-half jam session.

Chili supper starts at 5:30 p.m., with music expected to begin by 6:30. Admission is free. Call or text Sue Peterson Blyth at (859) 408-1564 for more information.

SongFarmers of Madison County are members of an international nonprofit organization known as The WoodSongs Front Porch Association. It is an association of front-porch minded musicians, artists and dreamers whose purpose is to restore the simple love of music back into hometowns, schools and front porches.

In addition, The Front Porch Association will hold its national convention in Berea on Oct 12-13. The convention is known as the WoodSongs Gathering of SongFarmers. During the last two years, the convention has been held at Shaker Village, but it will be moving to Berea’s Arena Theater this fall.

Go to http://www.songfarmers.org for information.

From SongFarmers of Madison County

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