2017 Fall Events Schedule & Special Events
Western Open Fiddle Championships
For more information visit the Western Open Fiddle event website.
Also during the championships look for these events!
- Saturday November 4, 2017 – Megan Lynch & Adam Hurt
- Friday November 17, 2017 – Keith Greeninger with Rita Hosking & Sean Feder
District 6 puts on 2 events each month including the First Sunday of the Month Jam at St. James Lutheran Church in Redding and the 3rd Sunday of the Month down at the Millville Grange in Palo Cedro, CA.
Please note that the Millville Grange has changed their name and are now known as the Palo Cedro Community Hall.
The First Sunday of the Month
St. James Lutheran Church
2500 Shasta View
link to map
The Jamming starts at 1:00PM with a free Old Time Fiddle & Bluegrass Concert Performance at 2:00PM
Followed by the Open Mic. Come early to sign up for the Open Mic – if you have a band and want to perform for the concert portion talk to us at the jam. This event usually shuts down at about 4:00 PM.
The Third Sunday of the Month
Palo Cedro Community Hall
(formerly the “Millville Grange”)
22037 Old Forty-Four Drive
Palo Cedro, CA
link to map
Doors open and open jam starts at 1:00 p.m. with the Free Old Time Fiddle & Bluegrass Concert Performance on the stage at 2:00PM followed by the Open Mic.
Come early to sign up for the Open Mic – if you have a band and want to perform for the concert portion talk to us at the jam. This event usually shuts down at about 4:00 PM. There is usually a jam session that breaks out in the Dining Room.
Both of these family friendly events are very similar and will have musicians of all ages and skill levels that come and show up. We are glad to see just about any acoustic instrument. Mostly you will see Fiddles, Flattop Guitars, Mandolins, Banjos, Dobro’s and upright Basses. Everyone is welcome to come down and join in the fun, join in and play or just watch and even sometimes dance. All events are open and free to the general public.
Sometimes an event will get canceled – sometimes it our fault and sometimes not. In any case – if you are on the email list we will do our best to let you know what is going on and if a “normal” event gets canceled. We also send out local music event notices – especially announcements from the Oaksong Music Society and other concerts that we feel our members would be interested in attending.