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**TEMPORARILY CANCELLED**Mondays in 2021 ~ Essex, CT 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm**TEMPORARILY CANCELLED**
The Jovial Crew (Cliff Haslam, Joseph Morneault, Tim Marth and Rick Spencer) present Sea Chanteys, Irish songs, drinking songs and nonsense at the Griswold
Inn, 36 Main Street in Essex, CT. The fun starts as soon as you arrive. Check out "The Gris" at www.griswoldinn.com. Please note that during the COVID-19
Coronavirus crisis the Jovial Crew will not be at the Griswold Inn. We'll let you know if and when we'll be returning to "Monday night at the Gris".
1 June 2021, Tuesday ~ Essex, CT 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
The Connecticut River Museum has asked us to return for another season of their "Shanties & Sails" series. Part one will be a concert on
the lawn, beginning at 5:30 pm, followed by a sail on the river (with songs) aboard the vessel ONRUST. The CT River Museum is at 67 Main
Street in Essex, CT. For more information and reservations please visit the museum's website here.
16 September 2021, Thursday ~ Brooklyn, CT 7:00 pm
The Brooklyn Historical Society presents "On the Job: Historic Songs of American Work and Trades" at the Trinity Episcopal Church
Parish Hall located at 7 Providence Road (Route 6) in Brooklyn, CT. For more information please contact the society's curator. You can
find the contact number here.
23 September 2021, Thursday ~ New London, CT 7:00 pm
The Friends of Fort Trumbull present "Songs of the Suffragettes" at 90 Walbach Street in New London, CT. The group's website is here.
8 November 2021, Monday ~ Leicester, MA 7:00 pm
The Leicester Historical Society presents "To End All Wars: Songs of the First World War" at the Swan Tavern Leicester History Museum at
1 Paxton Street in Leicester, MA. The organization's website is here. Their Facebook page is here.
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