Session: Sunday May 15th

How do you know when things are starting to get back to normal? Reminders of the next ToQueTrad Quebecois Tunes session come as late as possible! Last month was our first return to the Tranzac, our ancestral session host since the start of the pandemic. Well, we’re back!

An indigenous fiddler plays for two people and a dog outside the front entrance of a building.
William Frenchman, a First Nations veteran of the great war, takes his old-time fiddle to entertain an audience in Moose Factory. Picture from the Toronto Star collection of the Toronto Public Library. Photographer unknown, 1945.

Well, it’s time to take off your parka and mukluks, and get out and play some tunes. The Tranzac is still enacting a COVID policy to help protect each other and our family members from this pernicious beast. Join us to fight against calamity with music and laughter. I have a musical platypus joke. Only those in attendance will benefit from the hilarious punchline.

The details:

Date:Sunday, May 15th, 2022
Time:Noon to 2PM (Eastern Standard Time)
Location:The Tranzac Club, Southern Cross Lounge (front room with shiny new bar!)
292 Brunswick Avenue, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Note the new time! Note the new bar! Note the broadened range of beers, ales and ciders on tap! Note the new lines running from keg to tap! Note the (presumed) cheerful countenance of the friendly Tranzac staff beneath their stylish and functional masks.

As always, all are welcome to play, listen, learn and kibitz. Can’t wait to see you all!