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Saturday, September 19, 2015

We're Baaaack! for another great year at WTF:What The Folk!

WTF: What the Folk! Open Mic
September 25, 2015/ 7-9pm
Spencer House Community Centre
5596 Morris Street, Halifax, NS

Well gang...

How was your summer?

Did you manage to accomplish all those unfinished projects you had been putting off this winter or did you just laze it up at the cottage?
Perhaps you learned to body surf or wind surf at the beach? Maybe you hunted for fossils at Joggins? Better that than being one :)
Perhaps you travelled to new and exotic places. Maybe you hung out in bars or let so much hang out that you spent your summer behind bars :)

I am sure that wherever you went and whatever you did, you met with an ADVENTURE or two and so... that's the theme for next Friday, September 25th when WTF: What The Folk! returns to beautiful Spencer House from summer hiatus.

Bring songs or stories of ADVENTURE!
 If you are reluctant to share true tales due to privacy concerns and/or legal muzzling... you can always make them up :)

Co-hosted by the ever-jovial Cindy Campbell-Stone and Margo Carruthers with occasional guest hosts.

WTF! is an artistic outreach program of the Helen Creighton Folklore Society.
Like us on HCFS Facebook or check out the HCFS website .

Now in its 6th year, WTF! is primarily an acoustic unplugged open-mike session for performers of all ages in the traditional & folk vein... singers, instrumentalists and storytellers in particular.
WTF! meets every second and fourth Friday of the month at SPENCER HOUSE, 5596 Morris Street in Halifax where sing-a-longs are known to spontaneously erupt and laughter is always a given.

Come anytime after 6:30pm. Entertainment starts around 7:00 and goes until 9:00ish. As always... admission is by free-will donation towards the Society's work. All proceeds from the sale of baked goods and beverages from the Spencer House kitchen will go to help support the operation of Spencer House.

Parking is available on site behind the building after 6:00pm, and on all the neighbouring streets.

A new year and new adventures at WTF: What the Folk!
Come and see what the excitement is about.