Birds were not the only ones singing on Friday, April 10 in Fletcher. Over 60 Side by Side Singers gave rousing renditions of songs such as: Take Me Out to the Ballgame, Oh What Beautiful Morning, Do-Re-Me, This Land is Your Land and Sentimental Journey. Our host, Calvary Episcopal Church, provided refreshments for our socializing afterwards.
We will be singing again each Friday afternoon, from 2 – 3 pm, through and including Friday May 15. As always these sessions are FREE. You do not need to be an experienced singer or able to read music to fully participate.
WHERE: Calvary Episcopal Church on Hendersonville Highway (also known at Highway 25) and Old Airport Road in Fletcher. We sing in the Parish Hall. Ample parking in two lots — one in front of the Parish Hall (this entrance is handicap accessible) and the other behind the Parish Hall.
Ruthie Rosauer on the piano, Debbie Nordeen leading a song at Calvary Episcopal Church in Fletcher.
Birds sing in the Spring — so why shouldn’t we sing as well? Come join us in SIDE BY SIDE SINGING this Spring at Calvary Episcopal Church in Fletcher, NC. We start Friday, April 10, 2015 at 2pm and run for six consecutive Fridays through May 15. Thank you to our HOST for this series — Calvary Episcopal Church.
LOCATION: Calvary Episcopal Church, Parish Hall, 2830 Hendersonville Rd. Fletcher, NC
PARKING: From Old Airport Road turn into church parking lot. One lot is in front of the Parish Hall — this lot has handicap accessible entrance. Additional parking behing Parish Hall.
WHEN: Friday afternoons at 2pm starting April 10 through May 15, 2015. One hour of singing will be followed by light refreshments.
WHO: Facilitators are Debbie Nordeen and Ruthie Rosauer. Singing sessions are FREE and open to the public. You need not be an experienced singer to attend.
The front of Calvary Episcopal Church as seen from Highway 25 in Fletcher.
We are pleased to announce that Side by Side Singing will be hosted by Calvary Episcopal Church in Fletcher for six sessions this Spring. The first session will be Friday, April 10 at 2pm and will run for six consecutive Fridays through May 15, 2015.
These sessions, held in the Fellowship Hall, will be facilitated by Debbie Nordeen and Ruthie Rosauer. Sessions are open to anyone with an interest in experiencing the health benefits and FUN of singing in a group. You need not be an experienced singer or able to read music to fully participate. Singing lasts for one hour followed by light refreshments.
All sessions are free. For more information send an email to: email@example.com
Entrance to Calvary Episcopal Church from the parking lot to the Parish Hall.
Yes, singing is an activity that contributes to HEALTHY AGING for all of us! Ruthie Rosauer will present a workshop about Side by Side SInging at the Creative Aging Network’s Symposium.
DATE: May 6, 2015
LOCATION: The Lusk Center, 2501 Summit Ave., Greensboro, NC
Jingle bells were rung, and carols were sung at the Carillon Care Center on December 10, as song leaders Jan Mallindine, Beth Mallindine and Ruthie Rosauer led residents and non-residents in Christmas songs. There were SIXTY SEVEN singers! That’s a lot of holiday cheer! The next Side by Side for the Holidays will be Wednesday, December 17 at 1:30 — also at Carillon.
Jan Mallindine played the guitar.
Standing, from left, Jan Mallindine, Ruthie Rosauer and Beth Mallindine.
Santa might be making his list and checking it twice but Side by Side songleaders, Jan Mallindine, Beth Mallindine, and Ruthie Rosauer are ready to make the season a little brighter with songs from both the regular Side by Side repertoire — and much-loved Christmas songs. The community is invited to join us in singing on Wednesdays, December 10 and 17, at 1:30. Refreshments will follow the song session. The sessions are FREE. All are welcome!
Location is the Carillon Center at 3851 Howard Gap Road, Hendersonville, North Carolina.
We are pleased to announce that a six-week Side by Side Singing series will begin at Calvary Episcopal Church in Fletcher, NC on Friday, April 10 at 2pm. Sessions will be one hour of singing followed by refreshments. Sessions, offered free of charge, will be on Friday afternoons weekly through May 16. Facilitators: Debbie Nordeen and Ruthie Rosauer