Vernal Pool Band

Traditional Irish • Scottish • Appalachian • Vocals


Mar
20
10:00 AM10:00

Penn Wells Hotel Sunday Brunch

The band will be playing Irish and Scottish music at the Penn Wells Brunch with an exciting new line up.  Anne and Ciro will still be playing, joined by Daria Guelig on concertina and Greg Smith on tenor banjo and Irish flute.  We are just back from an extensive one night tour of Morris Run, PA for a St. Pats gig at the Hamilton Club...so we are primed.

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Jan
24
2:00 PM14:00

Robert Burns traditional Scottish dinner, concert and poetry slam

Sorry, but this event has been cancelled due to inadequate pre-sales of tickets.  It was in no way due to an international Haggis shortage.  (so you cannot) Join Vernal Pool for the 7th annual Robbie Burns dinner on Saturday, January 24th, 2016.  The evening includes live Scottish music, bagpiping, traditional Scottish dinner, haggis, single malt Scottish whisky toast and poetry slam.  Stay tuned for more information, including location, time and menu.  The event has been held, in the past, at  Penn-Wells hotel, the Wren's Nest, Wellsboro Moose Lodge and Timeless Destinations.  Each year had a great menu, great single-malt, extraordinary haggis, many poems and great fun.

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Dec
13
3:00 PM15:00

Lessons in Carols

Lessons in Carols - St. James Episcopal Church in Mansfield, PA.  Many local folks performing Christmas Carols with supporting text and readings...followed by snacks.  Anne and Ciro will be performing two tunes.  "Blessed Be that Maid Marie" on hammered dulcimer and guitar.  "The Holly Bears a Berry" on Scottish Smallpipes, autoharp and vocals.

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Dec
5
9:30 AM09:30

Dickens of a Christmas

Join the band at the Gmeiner Gallery in Wellsboro for a day of Christmas Carols, both ancient and modern.  The band plays well over 50 different tunes from the British Isles, Europe and America.  The band will be performing on hammered dulcimer, upright bass, guitar, banjo and Scottish Smallpipes.  Enjoy a day of crafts, art, music and Victorian era dress.  It is a great annual celebration

 
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