Grand River Blues Society seeks board members
At the GRBS Annual General Meeting on Sunday, May 6, 2018, there will be the annual election for positions on the Board of Directors. There are currently positions vacant on the board. We encourage Society members with experience or interest in publicity, social media, or growing our membership to consider running for the board.
Here's the nomination form. If you are a GRBS member interested in becoming a Director, get two other GRBS members to nominate you and submit your original completed nomination form to the chair of the nomination committee, or email a scanned image of the completed form, by 1 pm, Tuesday, May 1st.
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2018 Grand River Blues Society Annual General Meeting
Come for the meeting, stay for the show!
Sunday, May 6, 2018
The Jazz Room
All members of the Grand River Blues Society (GRBS) are once again welcomed and urged to come out to our upcoming Annual General Meeting. This is an opportunity for you to hear from the Board of Directors and to participate in discussion about the future direction of the Society.
The AGM is open to Grand River Blues Society members only. Memberships can be purchased or renewed before the AGM, or on-line here.
GRBS adult blues guitar WOODSHED WEEKEND Starts the evening of April 27, 2018 and all day Saturday and Sunday. REGISTRATION is limited -- Don't miss it!
The Music of Steve Winwood
Sunday May 6th. Live at the Jazz Room. Doors open 2pm. Music by the Matt Weidinger Band Tickets at:
Ticketscene.ca and Encore Records
Testifying the Blues in Kitchener, Waterloo, Guelph, Cambridge, Brantford, and surrounding areas. The Blues Buzz is a weekly email newsletter published by the Grand River Blues Society. Each Wednesday, the Blues Buzz brings you a listing of regional blues events and news.
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Youth Legacy Challenge - Rescheduled Due to Weather.
Are you ready to perform on the YNC Stage of the TD Kitchener Blues Festival in August 2018?The Youth Legacy Challenge provides an opportunity for young blues musicians to develop and showcase their talent in a really big way.The winning performers will be offered the chance to perform on the Main Stage of the Kitchener Blues Festival on Saturday August 11, 2018.Click here for more information