Happening tonight! The Peninsula Community Library is having their July Picnic tonight at 7 p.m., with a performance by New York-based traditional blues duo Mulebone.
Pack a picnic and blanket, and head over to the library for a great evening of fun and music. Rain venue is in the library.
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The Brooklyn-based Mulebone consists of Hugh Pool on guitar, boot board, vocals, and harmonica, and John Ragusa on any number of flutes, tin whistles, jaw harp, and conch shells. Inventive instrumental know-how and boundless blues expression evoke the muggy Mississippi Delta. Together they are a potent force in contemporary blues, and we’re lucky for the opportunity to see them right here on the Old Mission Peninsula. Check out more about this fun group on their website.
As a special treat, Old Mission Peninsula sisters Ellen Kerr and Anne Griffiths will be serving up chocolate sundaes made with Buchan’s delicious ice cream (see how much we love it over here)! Donations are appreciated and will go to Peninsula Community Library. Thank you, Anne and Ellen!
Catch up with all Peninsula Community Library news at their website.
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