Saturday March 18th practice at Delta United Church, 47 Ottawa Street South.

Howdy Heavenly Hummers

Thanks to everyone who managed to navigate past the Skyway bridge high winds closure and made it to the Beginners Music Skills workshop. Sue tells me that it was an enthusiastically participatory evening and suspects we have some budding conductors in our midst. We’ll keep you posted on the follow-up Intermediate Skills workshop once a date has been determined.

After practice tomorrow we are gathering for a casual social – ALL WELCOME! Feel free to bring some hand held food to share and/or beverages. As an omnivore, I’m always ready to descend on a buffet table with wild abandon however not all of us can afford to indulge our inner animal. Specifically, if you have a serious food allergy or intolerance, negotiating a public food event can be like navigating a mine field. I am aware of at least one celiac in our midst. As in gluten-allergy. Hold the toast dear.
So, if there are others among you who count wheat as the enemy, can you make yourselves known? We could put together a “gluten free” table without much difficulty.

Take note that the next Saturday March 18th practice WILL NOT BE AT HARRP. We will be gathering instead at Delta United Church, 47 Ottawa Street South.

Tell your kinfolk, neighbours, co-workers, and anybody fortunate enough to know you that our spring concert is APRIL 30th. Venue to be determined.

See y’all tomorrow.

Brenda Atkinson
Hamilton Sings Volunteer



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