This activity is on hold to further registration.
Grab your instrument and come socialize and jam out with other local musicians. This is a free meet-up group that fosters a goal encouraging a fun environment for beginner and intermediate musicians to learn to play bluegrass and acoustic music. Our class motto is, “Have the courage to be imperfect.” We want to gently challenge our students to take musical risks and try out new things, without worrying about making mistakes. Traditional and contemporary Bluegrass on acoustic string instruments; exception for Bass players. Singing encouraged.
All Skill Levels Welcome!
NOTES: Electric instruments are not allowed. This activity is open ages 13 & up - youth must be accompanied by an adult.
Bring own instrument- sheet music provided
Room capacity is limited. Parents/spectators may need to sit outside if maximum is reached.
REVISED POLICIES FOR PARTICIPANT Feel Sick, Stay Home: If participant or member of household is feeling sick, do not attend. Face Masks: All participants must have face masks on site. (use will be at instructor’s discretion) Good Hygiene: Hand sanitizer or hand washing is required upon arrival each day. Reminder to sneeze or cough into the inside of elbow or tissue. Reduced Crowd Sizes: Spectators may be limited to (1) one per participant. Spectators are encouraged to wear face mask. ACTIONS TO HELP LOWER COVID 1 9 RISK: Increased Cleaning: Staff are implementing new cleaning protocols within our facilities and frequently touched equipment. Reduced Physical Closeness: Instructors are eliminating contact between participants when possible by enrolling smaller class sizes, removing unnecessary physical contact from program formats (yes, even high fives or fist bumps are not allowed). Practice Healthy Hygiene: Hand sanitizer or hand washing stations required at start of program. Use of Face Masks: Coaches, Instructors, Parents, and Spectators are requested to wear a cloth face covering over their mouths and nose while at programs. Participants may opt to wear face covering, and should have one onsite for use upon instructor request. (As a reminder, cloth face coverings should not be placed on young children younger than 2 years of age, anyone who has trouble breathing, or is unable to remove the cover without assistance)
Additional screening may be required at instructor or staff discretion.
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