Next Sunday is Bike Your Watershed Day at Tumwater Historical Park (the lower park), and it looks like some folks are going to get some music going after. Here's the particulars:
Bike the Deschutes Fiddle Music Open Session – July 27th 12:30 to 2 pm (we can stay and play as long as we want)
Bike Your Watershed is a yearly environmental event that happens at Tumwater Historic Park in Tumwater, Washington. Bike the Deschutes was fun and successful last year – 100 riders and more. From the response and planning we know it will be even better this year!
Biking starts from 8 am to 10 am and features three routes: 5 miles around Capitol Lake, 20 miles and 30 miles up into the Deschutes Watershed (partly along the Chehalis Western Trail).
Music starts at 11:30 with Samba Olywa and continues at 12:30 with an open fiddle music session. Come at 11:30 to enjoy Samba Olywa, come at 12:30 to play, or come in the morning and bike, then stay for music!
Contact Name: Laurie Morgan (firstname.lastname@example.org ) Phone Number: (360) 491-2062
Bring a chair, we'll provide some refreshments. Open session, we tend to play Old Time, Celtic and French Canadian (Portland Collection etc.), so fun.
Email Laurie Morgan at email@example.com if you have questions or if you can help with the session.
Location: Tumwater Historic Park, off of the Deschutes Parkway on 777 Simmons Road SW below Tumwater Falls