Welcome

cm0223The Melrose Dulcimer Club meets every second Saturday at the historic Melrose Homemaker’s Club building.  Our jam includes old-time fiddle tunes, waltzes, and gospel music or whatever happens to be called.  The instruments usually played at our jam?  Mountain dulcimers (of course), hammered dulcimers, kazoos, harmonicas, guitars, recorders, and occasionally a fiddle. Singing, too!

Thanks go to Historic Melrose, Inc (HMI) for allowing us to use their beautiful building!

Screen Shot 2016-05-15 at 9.42.13 PMCullowheeeeeeeee!
16th Annual Dulcimer U Summer Week
July 24-29, 2016
Western Carolina University
Cullowhee, NC

Next Second Saturday Jam – Saturday, August 13

  • 6:00pm: arrive to tune-up/warm-up/new songs?IMG_3159
  • 6:30pm:  “official” jam begins
  • 7:15pm-ish: Potluck Dinner
  • After dinner – jamming continues ’til we’re done!
  • $1 house fee (for Historic Melrose, Inc.)

Time to register! – Stephen Foster Dulcimer Retreat
Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park
White Springs, Florida

November 11-12, 2016
More information and registration form

12244284_929883430423789_593382590600743638_o The 2015 Stephen Foster Dulcimer Retreat was well attended by members of Melrose Dulcimers – George, Linda, and Naomi, Millie and Jay, Krys, Joann, Jean, Ann, Carol, Chris, Pershawn, and Emma, Bob and Barb, Hannah, David, Julie, Kay, Bob, Laurie.

 

4 Responses to Welcome

  1. Chris Matijas says:

    Can I get some info on the January event? Cost? When where? What are workshops? Thanks. I live in Homosassa.

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  2. Oops, I guess I need to post information! THANKS!

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  3. Cindy Grant says:

    Do you know of any clubs/groups in Gainesville. Thank you. …Cindy

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  4. The Melrose Dulcimer Club meets every second Saturday at the historic Melrose Homemaker’s Club building. Our jam includes old-time fiddle tunes, waltzes, and gospel music or whatever happens to be called. The instruments usually played at our jam? Mountain dulcimers (of course), hammered dulcimers, kazoos, harmonicas, guitars, recorders, and occasionally a fiddle. Singing, too!

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