Live Music at This Old Warehouse, Oct 26th!

Come on out to Community Forklift this Sunday, October 26 from 10am-2pm for our fall event, This Old Warehouse: Restoring Homes and Communities. In conjunction with our October Workshop Series,  we will be featuring Preservation Experts, Tradespeople and most importantly- Old Time Music!

We are proud to have the following local musicians share their sweet ol’ tunes and adding the perfect amount of authenticity to our event:

Mount Rainier Ramblers’

tunes are described as Old Time American Folk Music.

These are toe tapping songs you will love! Bruce Hutton pictured on the left will be on guitar, banjo, uke and vocals. Chris Romaine on the right will be on fiddle; Bill Manfield (not pictured) will be on banjo and vocals.

12pm-1pm

The DaveMac Consort

is known for their R&B, folk, classic rock & Motown songs.

The Consort exists primarily to play pro bono fundraisers & events for grassroots communities & organizations that might not otherwise have access to good live music.

1:15-2:15pm

Rebekah Ortiz

is an environmental engineering student and current Assistant Event Coordinator at Community Forklift.

She plans to share her renditions of the folk Swedish group, First Aid Kit as well as 70s classics such as the Mamas & the Papas, Bob Dylan, Rod Stewart and Neil Young. Accompanying her will be her harmonica and acoustic guitar.

2:30pm until all the dancers have left

For more details about our party this Sunday, check ’em out

here:

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