Yet more Raveler spam in our in-box yesterday. They'll be back at the Doubletree Hotel on Foothill Blvd. for the Claremont Kiwanis Club's Route 66 beach party fundraiser:
The Ravelers had a great time in Chino Hills last night...great to see you all!
This Friday night will be a great opportunity for you to help raise money for various organizations around the valley through the Claremont Kiwanis Club. This will be a very fun night with dinner, silent auction, casino games, a fundraising duck race...and musical fun with The Ravelers in the courtyard on the patio stage we love so much...
Friday, August 20
Kiwanis Club Fundraiser-Route 66 Beach Party!!!
Doubletree Hotel Claremont
555 West Foothill Boulevard
Claremont, CA 91711
Tickets are available from any Claremont Kiwanian and are $25 for dinner and all the fun. For more information, call 909-621-2996 or 909-626-1147.
The fun starts at 6:30 pm
Click here for an article about this fundraising event.
See you soon!
Hai, Pat, Martie, Rob
(Now on Facebook)
Here's a photo of some Ravelers fans from Wednesday night's concert in Chino Hills:
These kids in Chino Hills have been rockin' it up for years...we have watched them grow-up having fun,and they continued the fun Wednesday.
FRIDAY NIGHTS LIVE!
Friday Nights Live continues with music at various locations throughout the Claremont Village and Village Expansion. Three bands will be playing tonight:
Claremont Voodoo Society - Chamber of Commerce (Blues / Folk Rock )
Hank's Cadillac - The Public Plaza (Country)
Slinker - City Hall (Pop Rock)
MEET THE PRESS
Another local band, Sugar Mountain Mama Serenade, will take the stage at The Press Restaurant tonight, part of a weekend lineup there that includes Wreck n' Sow on Saturday and the weekly acoustic jam on Sunday:
The Press Restaurant
129 Harvard Ave.
Claremont, CA 91711
Friday, August 20th, 10pm
Sugar Mountain Mama Serenade
Saturday, August 21st, 10pm
Wreck 'n' Sow
Sunday, August 22nd, 9pm
Sunday Night Acoustic Jam
The band Santa Fe's Round Mountain, which consists of the brothers Bobby and Char Rothschild, will be onstage at the Claremont Folk Music Center 7:30pm Saturday.
The Daily Bulletin's Diana Sholley has a preview:
Each brother plays a different set of instruments - often two at a time. "We're a two-man singing folk orchestra," Char said.
Char is left-handed and plays guitar, dobro and gaida (Bulgarian bagpipe). He also plays trumpet and accordion - simultaneously.
Robby, a righty, plays cajon, kora (West African harp) bouzouki and djembe.
Round Mountain will play with Frank Fairchild. Admission $12. Call or visit the FMC for more information.
Folk Music Center & Museum
220 Yale Avenue
Claremont CA 91711