Our News

Club news, updates, cancellations and news on upcoming workshops can be found here.

Join Us At Our Next Jam

NOTE: Our next jam is October 16, 1:30 – 3:30 pm in Shelter 1. We had hoped to meet in the Augusta County Library in Weyers Cave for our fall meetings. It is an accessible meeting room, with no stairs, convenient restrooms and near-to-the-door by parking. However, they are not currently scheduling group meetings due … Continue reading Join Us At Our Next Jam

More from Sunday Mornings

Some of our club members have been invited to play at Holy Cross Episcopal Church near Batesville. These old hymn favorites were played for the worship on Sunday, February 21. Be Thou My Vision: https://youtu.be/IdJNhGXoX9Q Jesus Loves Me: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c6UEQIS_HOA&feature=youtu.be He Leadeth me: https://youtu.be/dhoSzviw9DQ Go in Peace: https://youtu.be/AWAPgx1V1os Continue reading More from Sunday Mornings

Photo Courtesy of Ralph Lee Smith, used in July 16, 2019 connectionnewspapers.com

In Memory – 2020

2021 – WE GIVE THANKS             2020- –the most challenging year in the collective memory for many of us.             2020—a year bookmarked by the passing of two Mountain Dulcimer Legends…Madeline (Maddie) MacNeil, March, 2020; Ralph Lee Smith, December, 2020.             Today is January 01, 2021.   Today we in the dulcimer world give thanks and recall … Continue reading In Memory – 2020

Online Opportunities

QuaranTUNE Dulcimer Festival – Feb. 5 – 7, 2021 Joe Collins Online Christmas Workshops Virtual WorkshopsOnly a few slots are still open in Joe Collin’s virtual workshops this December. Class size is limited to 25. Please click on any of the titles below to find out more information, and sign up soon before the slots … Continue reading Online Opportunities

In Memory of Tom Scanlan

 In Memory of TOM SCANLAN, DULCIMER MAN by Dinah Ansley on behalf of the Blue Ridge Mountain Dulcimer Players Club ​ One day, about 15 years ago, two people took note of an instrument they heard played on the Blue Ridge Parkway.  The moment changed mountain dulcimer history in Central Virginia and beyond. ​   With … Continue reading In Memory of Tom Scanlan