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They plugged in and sang

We're deep into winter as we mark the end of the second year of Covid. If you are like me, you need some positive energy and some uplift. Whose spirit wouldn't get a boost from singing? If you're looking for that kind of boost, you're in the right place.

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Cheri Minton

Plug In and sing with us in person at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 15, in the Robbins Library community room.

In this shortest month of the year, let’s sing our hearts out. Arlington resident and song leader Cheri Minton, at right, has been leading virtual singing sessions for the Arlington Seniors’ Association since the pandemic began almost two years ago. We'll sing show tunes, songs from Tin Pan Alley and folk songs, too.

Cheri will also talk about ways group sings have evolved to work well online, and she'll show us a couple of free software tools she uses for creating sound files handy for leading singing on zoom. You bring your voice and enthusiasm. We'll provide the music and the lyrics.

Deadline to register: Monday, Feb. 14, at 7 p.m.

I hope to see you there. 

Michèle Meagher

Coordinator, Plug In - a Robbins Library event


This news announcement was published Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2022.


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