Whistler's Hilltop - 3 Spots Left!
I'm offering this because of the intense interest you guys have in tin whistles! I have emails on emails from folks who didn't know about these amazing little instruments or want to know where to buy or find them online. I will recommend a little online shop I have bought from for decades: The Whistle Shop. Find inexpensive beginner whistles and beautiful professional ones. If you are new I suggest a high D. It is the most common and some are even under ten dollars.
The workshop is only four hours because that is plenty of time to teach the basics and learn the tricks and such I know. Make it an excuse to get out of your house in this cold winter, meet great people, learn a skill, and meet the author you've been reading along with. I know traveling away from our farms and family is tough in these dark months, and it is hard to get away for a full day so this is a little easier on our days to know we have the morning and evening to drive in light and make chores on both sides of the day. I get it. I live it.
The workshop will also include a farm tour and visit with all the animals. A few words in Gaelic here and there will be shared and expect great people, good company, and a warm wood stove. There won’t be food offered but folks who attend usually brings snacks to share with others. There are also plenty of great places to eat around Cambridge and there will be a small table of farm wares for sale, as I usually put up at workshops.
Price for the whistle, book, and workshop: $75
Season Pass Members: $25 for whistle and book.
(Celtic Clarke in high D & MelBay's Deluxe Songbook)
Spots Left: 3 out of 6
Date: Feb 7th 2015
Time: Noon-4PM at CAF
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