Monday: Open Mic!

The Merlins Rest Open Mic is tonight! Join Harrison Matthews as he leads the creative fun. Bring your guitar, your singing voice, your accordion; your poems your stories, your novel chapters. It’s your mic! Say it, sing it, share it, friends.

The mic opens around 8 PM.

 

DECEMBER IS BUSY

 

December is going to be a grand month of fun here at Merlins Rest. Check out the event list so far:

Thursday, December 6, 7:30 PM – Single-Malt Scotch Tasting! Join us and our good friend Fiona for four or five grand pours from our single-malt stock and plenty of fun. Flat fee of $25 to participate. Bring your friends or make new ones.

Friday, December 7 – Guinness Event
. Details soon.

Saturday, December 15, Afternoon – Benefit for Keith Palm. As our friend convalesces, a number of bands and friends will gather to raise some funds. All are welcomed. Details soon.

Saturday, December 15, 4 PM – Doctor Who Meetup Group. This open-to-all interest group knows plenty of what about Who. Great fun and great great people. Pop in and join the fun.

 

Also, our Thursday night music is as follows:

* December 6 – Scottish music with Bill Watkins after the single-malt scotch tasting.

* December 13 – Mosher/Ekstrand Experiment. 8:30 PM -Cathy Mosher and Bob Ekstrand will be joined by Dan “Daddy Squeeze” Newton…on the accordion! Playing an eclectic mix of music ranging from folk to blues with a dash of rock and a bit of jazz to boot. Music from 8:30 – 11:00.

* December 20 – Cooker John. 9.00 PM – Cooker John plays finger-style and slide guitar, mixing folk, blues and originals that reflect a performing experience of over 40 years. Enjoy this opportunity to share a musical experience of unusual depth and expertise. For further information, check out Cooker John’s website. There you’ll even find YouTube clips.‘

* December 27 – Dino and the Dinosaurs. 9:00 PM

 

Keep an eye on the Events page for more and let us know if you’ll be gathering here too, perhaps with a group, and would like to announce it!

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