Black Walnut Folk Club

Acoustic Open Stage

Ho, Ho, Ho, December 21st is the next Acoustic Open Stage

Posted by on Dec 10, 2018 | 0 comments

Friday, December 21st, 8pm is the next Black Walnut Acoustic Open Stage night. We will have some seasonal festive treats and probably some seasonal songs in the mix. I hope lots of you can make it out that night. Next month on January 18th we will be treated to a feature set by Rein Rutnik and Keenan Reimer-Watts who are folk musicians hailing from Kitchener/ Waterloo.

Bring your guitars, accordions, voices, acoustic instruments of all sorts or just your eyes and ears and make yourself feel at home. Do not feel shy because you have not played for us before. The doors will open and sign-up for the open stage will start at 7:30 pm. and the entrance and free parking lot are at the rear of the Mill Courtland Community Centre. Remember when you sign up you get to play/sing two songs in a set of 10 minutes or less and you need to be ready to start playing when your turn starts so you won’t lose any of your 10 minutes.

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On Nov. 16th The Cutlers Plucked

Posted by on Nov 19, 2018 | 0 comments

Thanks to the Pluckin’ Cutlers for their great feature performance on Friday, Nov. 16. It was fun to laugh and sing along with Bob and Sue who were accompanied by John on bass. The size of the group more than doubled with the addition of singers and flute as shown in the pictures on the Performers Pictures page, taken by Gord Castle and I. Next month, Dec. 21st, there will be no feature act.
On November 16th our Open Stage performers were:
Human (NEW)
Gord Castle
Scott Abrams
David Maranta
Jakki Annerino
Neil Light
Ron Hammar
Richard Reinhardt
Cam and Pat
Wayne Cheater
Barb Scott

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Suggestion: Please look after your property.

Posted by on Nov 11, 2018 | 0 comments

Please look after your own stuff. There have been a couple of times that we are aware of when items have been stolen from people visiting our monthly open stage event. Once a bike was taken from the hallway and once some instruments were stolen from outside the building. Neither the City of Kitchener who owns the community center, nor the Black Walnut open stage nor the Cedar Hills Community Group can ensure that personal property of guests of the Black Walnut Acoustic Open Stage will not be stolen. In almost twenty-five years, we are aware of only two thefts being reported. We do try to keep an eye out for anything that we find in the hall where the performance is presented.

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