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***As I write this the spread of COVID-19, also known as Coronavirus 2019 is resulting in the cancellation or
postponement of some of our appearances.  We update the calendar listings on our website as soon as we get word
of any schedule changes.  We strongly urge you to check that page here, or be in touch with the venue to make sure
that any event you're considering attending is still happening.

Above all we encourage you to take the recommended precautions while these health concerns exist.  Be well.

Dear Friends ~ Many of the venues where we present request that those who want to attend sign up or register.  We provide   
links to their websites on this page so you can get more information, including whether you should register.  Thanks!

**TEMPORARILY CANCELLED**Mondays in 2020 ~ Essex, CT  8:00 pm to 11:00 pm**TEMPORARILY CANCELLED**
The Jovial Crew (Cliff Haslam, Joseph Morneault, Tim Marth and Rick Spencer) present Sea Chanteys, Irish songs, drinking songs and
nonsense at the Griswold Inn, 36 Main Street in Essex, CT. The fun starts as soon as you arrive.  Check out "The Gris" at
www.griswoldinn.
com.  Please note that during the COVID-19 Coronavirus crisis the Jovial Crew will no be at the Griswold Inn.  We'll let you know if and
when we'll be returning to "Monday night at the Gris".

**POSTPONED**2 April 2020 Thursday ~ Chadds Ford, PA  2:00 pm**POSTPONED**
Our presentation of "From Seneca Falls to the 19th Amendment: Songs of American Woman Suffrage" for the Brandywine River Museum
of Art at 1 Hoffman's Mill Road in Chadds Ford, PA has been postponed due to concerns about the COVID-19 Coronavirus.  We'll let you
know if and when the event is rescheduled.  The museum's website is
here.

**POSTPONED**2 April 2020 Thursday ~ Phoenixville, PA  7:00 pm**POSTPONED**
Our presentation of "From Seneca Falls to the 19th Amendment: Songs of American Woman Suffrage" for the Phoenixville Public Library  
at 183 Second Avenue in Phoenixville, PA has been postponed due to concerns about the COVID-19 Coronavirus.  We'll let you know if
and when the event is rescheduled.  The library's website is
here.

**POSTPONED**19 April 2020 Sunday ~ Danbury, CT  3:00 pm**POSTPONED**
Our presentation of "Fifty Years On: A Nod to the Class of 1970" for The Stanley L. Richter Association for the Arts at 100 Aunt Hack
Road in Danbury, CT
has been postponed due to concerns about the COVID-19 Coronavirus.  We'll let you know if and when the event is
rescheduled.
The organization's website is here.

1 May 2020 Friday ~ Agawam, MA  7:00 pm
The Agawam Cultural Council presents "An American Pop Music Time Machine" as part of the 16th season of their popular "Applause
Series" of concerts.  The organization's website is
here.

24 May 2020 Sunday ~ Mystic, CT  5:30 pm to 8:30 pm
The Engine Room restaurant has asked the Jovial Crew (Cliff Haslam, Joseph Morneault, Tim Marth and Rick Spencer) to entertain at their
establishment from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm.  The Engine Room is at 14 Holmes Street in Mystic, CT.  Their website is
here.

1 June 2020 Monday ~ East Providence, RI  7:00 pm
The East Providence Public Library, in partnership with the Rhode Island League of Women Voters, presents "From Seneca Falls to the
19th Amendment: Songs of American Woman Suffrage
" at 41 Grove Avenue in E. Providence, RI.  The library's website is here.

9 June 2020 Tuesday ~ Essex, CT  6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
The Connecticut River Museum has invited us to perform for their "Shanties and Sails" series, which will take place under sail aboard the
Onrust!  This is a rare opportunity for us to present our maritime repertoire under sail.  For more information you can visit the museum's
website
here.

12 June 2020 Friday ~ Mansfield, CT 7:00 pm
The Mansfield Public Library presents "From Seneca Falls to the 19th Amendment: Songs of American Woman Suffrage" at 54 Warrenville
Road in Mansfield, CT.  The library's website is
here.

18 June 2020 Thursday ~ Berlin, CT  630 pm
The Berlin-Peck Memorial Library presents "Fifty Years On: A Nod to the Class of 1970" at 235 Kensington Road in Berlin, CT.  The
library's website is
here.

25 June 2020 Thursday ~ Lyme, CT  7:00 pm
The Lyme Public Library presents "Songs of the Boomer Generation: 1945 to 1970" at 482 Hamburg Road in Lyme, CT.  This program will
follow the organization's annual meeting.  The library's website is
here.

7 July 2020 Tuesday ~ Columbia, CT  6:30 pm
The Saxton B. Little Free Library presents "Fifty Years On: A Nod to the Class of 1970" at 319 Route 87 in Columbia, CT.  The library's
website is
here.

21 July 2020 Tuesday ~ East Lyme, CT  7:00 pm
The East Lyme Library is hosting a classic car show from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm, after which we'll do a concert of songs that were popular
when many of the cars present were brand new.  The show and concert will take place at 39 Society Road in Niantic, CT.  The library's
website is
here.

15 August 2020 Saturday ~ Grafton, VT  (Time TBD)
The Grafton Historical Society presents "From Seneca Falls to the 19th Amendment: Songs of American Woman Suffrage" on the afternoon
of 8/15/2020 at the Brick Meeting House in Grafton, VT.  The specific time is to be determined.  The society's website is
here.

**CANCELLED**27 August 2020 Thursday ~ New London, CT  7:00 pm**CANCELLED**
Due to concerns over the COVID-19 Coronavirus, the Friends of Fort Trumbull have cancelled their 2020 concert series, including our
program, "
Songs of Suffrage and Empowerment" at 90 Walbach Street in New London, CT. The organization's website is here.

17 September 2020, Thursday ~ Brooklyn, CT  7:30 pm
The Brooklyn Historical Society presents "On the Job: Historical Songs of American Work and Trades" in the Parish Hall of Trinity
Church, at 7 Providence Road in Brooklyn, CT.  The program will begin at 7:30 pm, following the Society's business meeting.  The public is
welcome to attend the meeting.  The organization's website is
here.  Their Facebook page is here.

We think those are all the dates for the moment.  Please spread the word about this website to friends and remember that we love
hearing from you.

Email to
rick@catfeather.com.

Until later,
Rick Spencer & Dawn Indermuehle
Catfeather Art & Music
Rick Spencer and Dawn Indermuehle
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Thanks for visiting. We hope to see you out
there somewhere.


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