Friday, October 13, 2017
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6:00pm [6:00pm] Manchester Pipe Band Open House for Music Students
The Manchester Pipe Band is hosting an open house on Friday October 13th at 6PM at the Lutz Children's Museum, 247 S Main Street, Manchester CT. Come learn about tuition-free lessons provided on a weekly basis in traditional bagpiping and drumming. Piping and drumming has been taught in Manchester for generations, and is a highly worthwhile activity for children who are looking to apply artistic ambitions, develop individual expression, and work as a team-member - all while being involved in the community. The Manchester Pipe Band's team of instructors is among the best in the country, and features local, national, and international prizewinners. Here's what to expect at the open house for the Kids: Introductory Activities, Give the Instruments a try, Try on a Kilt Here's what to expect at the open house for the Parents: Program introduction by instructors, Frequently Asked Questions, Parent Testimonials, and Sign-up, light refreshments For further information or questions, please contact us via: TEL: 860-327-5685 EMAIL: learn@manchesterpb.org

7:00pm [7:00pm] FREE YOGA!!!!
Friday the 13th Yoga Where: Community Y, 78 North Main Street When: 7:00-8:00 p.m. What: FREE Yoga! Wear spooky attire and bring non-perishable food items for donation to the MACC food pantry Who: Open to general public Instructor: Barbara Titus

[7:00pm] Music & Mantra Kirtan
The Unitarian Universalist Society: East (UUS:E) will host Music & Mantra Kirtan with Charlie Braun on Friday, Oct. 13, 2017 at 7 PM. If you haven't tried kirtan yet, this is a great opportunity with a solid, experienced artist leading a group of in-sync musicians. Charlie Braun delivers kirtan in the Western style: a fusion of melodic folk rock that meanders into reggae, blues, and other musical forays while staying true to the heart-opening power of Sanskrit mantras. Adept at reading the energy of the room, Charlie guides the group in the call-and-response singing of mantras, co-creating a sacred musical container in which to be uplifted, deepened, comforted, and revitalized. No experience is necessary, and attendees may sing along, dance, do yoga, or just meditate and soak in the heart-opening, high vibration. All are welcome. Bring your friends. Come have a plain ole good time. $15 donation requested. No one will be turned away. The concert will be held at the Unitarian Universalist Society: East located at 153 Vernon Street West, Manchester, CT 06042. For more information, visit uuse.org or www.charliebraun.com. Unitarian Universalist Society: East is a welcoming, open-minded, spiritual community seeking truth and meaning in its many forms.