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Thursday, November 2, 2017

WTF:What the Folk! Money Madness with the Haltown Stompers!

 Well hello gang...

November is fast approaching and that can mean only one thing... a mere two more WTF! nights before we have to say goodbye to Spencer House :(

But don't be sad... we are going out with a  b  a  N  g  

These last two nights will fill you with enough positive energy and musical joy to carry you through until we resume WTF!  in a new location in the new year :)

On Friday, November 3rd... we welcome back   y   a r    d ...

Guest Hosts 

   LT O W N    S O M R S

who will be sharing their lively raise the roof jug band antics

with their chosen theme of...

 M  O   E   !

 M is for the many ways of spending

 O  is what is left when you are done

is never ending and pretending

while Empty wallets really are no fun

So... for a night uplifting and empowering

With stories, songs and laughter guaranteed...

The Stompers will keep everything from souring

AndYou'll be in the  O   Y...  Ain't life sweet 

Xo Margo

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WTF! is an artistic outreach program of the Helen Creighton Folklore Society. 
Now in its 8th year, WTF!
 is primarily an acoustic unplugged open-mike session for performers of all ages in the traditional & folk music vein... singers, instrumentalists and storytellers in particular.

Co-hosted by the ever-jovial Cindy Campbell-Stone & Margo Carruthers with occasional guest hosts, WTF!
meets every second and fourth Friday of the month at Spencer House Community Centre, 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 some of the neighbouring streets. Avoid areas displaying Permit Parking signs.


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