|We enjoyed another fantastic evening of excellent music Tuesday, August 1st at the beautiful Paschal Winery in Talent with 26 in attendance (only 7 players).
Please plan to attend the next music meeting, Tuesday, September 5th, Paschal Winery, Talent. Our special guest will be James Bishop-Edwards.
The election for the new JCGS Board of Directors will be held at the monthly general meeting the first Tuesday of October, the 3rd. Please consider being part of the society’s future direction. You must be a current member in good standing to vote or to run for a board position. If you are interested in running for the board, please respond to this message, which will reach the JCGS officers.
In order to continue at our fabulous venue (Paschal), we want to make the meetings profitable for the winery. Besides the fine wine, a cheese plate, chocolate cake ala mode and chocolate bars are available. You may also wish to take advantage of Paschal’s wine club benefits.
Thanks to all who turned out for the August 1st meeting. Barista Wendy and the house had a good night.
Sam Cooper – Star of the County Down
Due Mandolini, Milton and Laurel Bloombaum – Basaglieri, La Canzone Campana (The Bell Song)
Bob Bath – Sleeper’s Awake (JS Bach); Unchained Melody (Alex North)
Joseph Thompson – Prelude and Fugue No. 5 by Joseph Thompson
Matt Dorris – 4 Intimations by Dusan Bogdanovic
Rob Rhodes – Vals #4 by Barrios
Karma & Rob Rhodes – 3 pieces (Come Again, What if I Never Speed, & Kemp’s Jig) by John Dowland
Grant Ruiz and Dan Fellman will perform on Friday, August 4 from 5-8pm at Gallerie Karon (4th and A St.) as part of the First Friday Art Walk in Ashland.
The Ashland Aloha Festival takes place this Sunday, August 6, at Grizzly Peak Winery. It includes ukulele lessons and an appearance by Ha’ena. Visit ashlandhula.com/hula_events2017.html for more information.