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Event# 620-273-6020

Event Details

A semi-sorts somewhat loosely organized group of folks who enjoy playin', pickin' and singin'. Mostly locals; some aren't. Some are better'n others; some aren't. Meets one night each month; usually the FIRST FRIDAY , at the Emma Chase Cafe in Cottonwood Falls, Kansas. Some folks play; some listen; some sing; some shouldn't. But we all eat and have fun, and THAT's the point! First Friday nights are always acoustical.


Address : Emma Chase Cafe, Cottonwood Falls, KS Cottonwood Falls KS
Phone : 620-273-6020   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : gratuity jar


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