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GUEST,MMario Evening on the Erie (5) Evining on the Erie 22 Jun 05


I got this notice via e-mail and requested permission to post it here - Why? because it may be of intrest to those who can make it - and because it involves at least on 'catter and several I know use the DT and the 'cat at least on occasion.

Presenting New CD Release!

"An Evening on The Erie"

Songs, Facts and Out Right Lies!


Perpetrated by:

The Singers of Old Songs and Purveyors of Fact and Rumor:
Dan Cleveland/ Don Meixner/ Merry Mischief


A music disc compilation of Local NYS History, Tall Tales, and Musical Recitation

Set against the back drop of the Civil Engineering Marvel of the 19TH
Century!   The Erie Canal!


Fun Family Entertainment.
Erie Canal History, Tales of Crime and Greed,
Toe-Tapping Music from Towns Along the Towpath

Come back in time to an age when the growth of the nation traveled on a ribbon of water and the latest news moved no faster than three miles an hour!

Learn about the love of Mules, Whiskey and Water
Sing along to the songs that tell the tale of a nation on the move!
Join us for the PARTY, FREE CONCERT and MUSEUM OPEN HOUSE!

Friday, July 15th 6:30-8:30pm
Jordan Historical Society Museum,
Jordan Free Library, Mechanic St, Jordan, NY 13080


This CD project is made possible with funds from New York State Office
of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Senator John DeFrancisco Arts and Cultural Program, administered by the Cultural Resources Council.


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