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Feature Article - 31, 2007

Second Depot Lake Jam Sessions

Roy and Joan Shepherd are two retired people who are just now finding some time to pick up a guitar and a fiddle. They love music and have decided to organize some good old tyme country and bluegrass jam sessions, which they intend to hold on Sunday afternoons throughout July and August, as long as people are attending.

The sessions will be held at Second Depot Lake Campground and will last from 1 to 4pm, and the Shepherds are looking for musicians to bring their instruments, Guitar, Fiddle, Banjo, Dulcimer, Harmonica, Spoons, Washboard, etc. Whether a beginner just learning, or an accomplished performer trying out some new licks, all musicians are welcome to spend a pleasurable afternoon sharing their love of music.


There will be no admission charge for performers, and for the listening audience, a donation of $2 per person or $5 per family to cover expenses would be appreciated. The public is asked to bring their own chairs, and no alcohol or glass bottles are allowed in the concert area.

The Shepherds will be starting the jam sessions on Canada’s birthday, July 1. For more information, contact Roy or Joan 613-374-5477

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