April 12 Barn Dance in Greenacres features three talented local
musicians on stage for three hours of fine dancing music from 7PM to
10PM. Long time favorite caller, Rich Goss from Portland, will give
lessons and teach every dance throughout the evening. All are welcome
at his public event.
Attached are two versions of our PSA for your convenience and it is reprinted below.
Thank you for your help.
Paul Poresky for the South Coast Folk Society
From: South Coast Folk Society
Subject: South Coast Community Barn Dance
When: Saturday Evening, April 12, from 7:00PM to 10:00PM
Where: Greenacres Grange Hall, 93393 Greenacres Lane, Coos Bay, OR
Live Music by: CELTIC CROSSING from Coos Bay
Guest Caller: Rich Goss from Portland
Celtic Crossing Band at Greenacres Barn Dance Apr.12
very talented local musicians will play music for the Greenacres Barn
Dance on Saturday evening, April 12 from 7-10PM. The group is called
Celtic Crossing. They play a lively variety of Celtic, Scottish, and
old-timey dance tunes. The band features Jennifer Sordyl on fiddle,
Stacy Rose on flute, whistle and hammer dulcimer and Don Berg playing
backup guitar. There will also be professional instruction a 7PM for
new dancers taught by our guest caller, Rich Goss of Portland, Oregon.
Barn dancing is easy to learn and fun for singles, couples and whole
families. All ages are welcome at this public event.
Rich Goss has called dances from Vancouver, BC to San Diego, CA to North
Carolina, for events, large and small, novice and experienced, in a
driveway, and in large dance halls. He calls fun, accessible dances
always with a good-natured, easy-going style.
The Second-Saturday Barn Dance is sponsored by the non-profit South
Coast Folk Society. The program includes contras, circle mixers, and a
waltz or two. Refreshments are available. Doors open at 6:45PM.
Admission: General $7, Students w/ID and Seniors over 60 $6, Members
$5, and Supervised Children under 6 are free. First timers who arrive
in time for the 7PM lesson will receive a ticket for free admission to
their second dance. The dances are alcohol and fragrance free. For
more information call 541-572-5370 or visit http://southcoastfolksociety.wordpress.com or Facebook.
The South Coast Folk Society is an all-volunteer, non-profit
organization dedicated to the preservation, study, teaching, enjoyment,
and continuing evolution of traditional and historical dance, music, and