Saturday, September 23 , 2017
kids under 18 free
Join us for our Vintage in the Village Show and Sale. We'll have guest vendors with fab fashions from the 40's, 50's, 60's, 70's and beyond, cashmere, accessories and coats. Free admission, door prizes, raffle, refreshments, our lovely community and of course the newly expanded Chelsea Nearly New. Treasures galore are in store.
Tix $15 youth $12
Tickets at the door only
Friday, September 29, 2017 7:30pm
“Smokey and sweet - like the finest aged whiskey - that’s what Carl and Erynn’s singing and playing brings to brings to mind. A lovely touch in their playing and a beautiful melding of melancholy and cheerfulness which is exactly what I love to hear. “ -John Doyle 2015
A show and tell Beatles evening with Phil Jenkins.
Saturday, November 4, 2017
Tickets $15 door/advance HERE
Sunday October 22, 2017 7pm
Tickets $15 door/advance
Reid and van Sante are ex members of the hugely successful and
long running (since 1969) Scottish folk group, The Battlefield Band.
Alan researches historical and contemporary events that catch his
interest with great depth and attention to detail. He then writes wonderful
story songs with such diverse topics as endangered species of Sea Eagles
to the loneliness of the life of The Last Lighthouse Keeper and
a whole album’s worth of songs about John Paul Jones.'
Rob provides beautiful guitar backing (and forwarding!) on guitar
which he jokingly referred to as his high strung wife.
Spend a lovely Sunday afternoon with songstress Nicole Coward
"Early Morning Rain Concert"
Sunday, November 12, 2017 2:30-4:30pm
Familiar songs from artists such as Gordon Lightfoot, Joni Mitchell, Joan Baez, Edith Piaf, John Denver and more!
Tickets $20 at the door and in advance at https://gatineau.snapd.com/events/view/1073424
refreshments will be available
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Venez passer un beau dimanche en compagnie de la chanteuse Nicole Coward.
Elle se produira en concert “Early Morning rain”, le dimanche 12 novembre, de 14h30 à 16h30.
Chansons populaires des années 70 et 90, incluants les meilleures de Gordon Lightfoot, Joni Mitchell, Joan Baez, Edith Piaf et John Denver.
20$ le billet à l’entrée ou à l’avance https://gatineau.snapd.com/events/view/1073424 / rafraîchissements disponibles sur place.
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David Ross Macdonald
Acoustic Guitar Magazine likened MacDonald’s vocals, lyrics, and intricate fingerstyle guitar style to “a collaboration between Nick Drake and a mid-1970s Bruce Cockburn”. Ross deals in subtlety, intimacy and nuance with a tunesmiths hand that coins songs and music with a haunting and poignant quality.
Born of a jazz musician father he returned to his musical roots after some years underground as a geologist and now plies his trade not only as an internationally touring songwriter but also as a jazz turned folk-roots drummer for the acclaimed Australian group The Waifs.
Having played with and opened for such luminaries including John Renbourn, Tony McMannus, Kelly Joe Phelps and Chris Smither, Macdonald constantly tours internationally armed with his 1935 Gibson guitar and a carpet bag of songs that he illuminates in his own inimitably reserved yet intense, poetic style.