BY GEORGE J. DACRE
Borderline Folk Music Club will host a BlueGrass jam on Sunday, December 8, noon to 5 p.m.
Sol Zeller, president of the Borderline Club, says this is a new venue for this event at the home/studio of Dyana Van Campen and Rober Kramer and will be a chance for all to participate playing, jamming and singing along with the legendary Roger Sprung on banjo, veteran all star crew of Richie Hawthorne on stand up bass, Drew Smith on autoharp, Wild Bill Jones on guitar and vocals and Jerry Korobow on mandolin, slide guitar and vocals.
Members of the audience are invited to bring instruments and voices and join in the folk jam session. Those attending are asked to brig a potluck dish to share with four others. The location is at 3 Cobblestone Farm Court, Montebello. Entrance is off Viola Road on the East side of Mile Road behind Suffern High School. Information at [email protected] or 845-354-4586.
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