Saturday Night Fever

15 May

Last night, our parish had a Sunset Serenade by the Reisterstown Jazz Ensemble.

It was originally supposed to be outdoors, but it has rained almost nonstop for the last two weeks – not hard, but a constant depressing drizzle – and the ground was too mushy for lawn chairs and blankets, not to mention too darned cold, so we moved it inside. The woman who was in charge made “camp fires” down the center of the hall, with a heap pf twinkling Christmas lights, and red, white and yellow tissue paper, surrounded by perhaps a dozen bricks, set in a wagon wheel design. Really nifty!

And, oh! the music! Several different sizes of saxophones, trumpets, a keyboard, and a drummer who was having more fun than anybody else in the room. And a cowbell! Admission was very reasonable, and a donation of canned goods got you a ticket for a free drink or a bag of chips, but there was plenty of other stuff to eat, even for a vegetarian such as myself.

And a good time was had by all.

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3 Responses to “Saturday Night Fever”

  1. tiggerlyss May 16, 2016 at 12:15 am #

    That sounds beautiful! We have freeze warning here tonight…

    • thisendoftheswamp May 16, 2016 at 5:58 pm #

      That I can believe. Last night tied for the coldest May 15/16. 37-F at the airport. This is mid-May, folks! C’mon, already!

  2. LutheranLadies May 16, 2016 at 11:28 pm #

    What a clever, clever way to move inside and let the fun continue. What a great way to shake off the weather.

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