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The Long Island Traditional Music Association

"giving you that old song and dance"

LITMA Festival

Saturday, August 25, 11:00 to 5:00


Printable Flyer at this link!

Help us keep that “That old Song and Dance” going

Meet other members of the LITMA Family

There will be

There will be different venues on the grounds for music, food, fun.

The fundraising event will be at the home of Maureen Shea and Joe Wall in Southold , at 250 Calves Neck Rd.--- rain or shine.

Enjoy performances by many of our wonderful LITMA Musicians

Children's fun with

Other events include

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To help or donate contact co-chairs :

Maureen Shea 631 765-4397,
Anne Jacobs 631 584-3984,

Note: The event will be open only to LITMA members and their guests.

Contra Dance

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Smithtown Contradance

Marty Fager with Cake Jam

Friday, September 14th

Introductory lesson
at 6:45, dancing begins at 7:00

At the Brush Barn
211 Middle Country Road
Smithtown NY 11787

English County Dance

Margaret Bary and Alexandra Deis Lauby with The English Dragonflies

2 - 5 PM Sunday, October 21th

At the Brush Barn
211 Middle Country Road
Smithtown NY 11787

Tea (and Ice Cream) at the break

House Sing News

The next LITMA House Sing is scheduled as part of the August 25th Southold Event
The next regularly scheduled Sing is Saturday September 8th

Rumor has it that the House Sing will be in western Suffolk - details to follow when available

Try to arrive Saturday about 3:30 ish. Potluck supper will be ready at 6:30 ish. Remember to bring a dish to share that will feed six people. And your voices, instruments, good humor and all those other things that a LITMA event is noted for....


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Water Mill Contradance

Caller and Band to be announced

Saturday, October 6th

Introductory lesson at 7:45, dancing from 8 - 10:30

At the Water Mill Community House

See the full LITMA event schedule

House Sing News

Recorded at the November House Sing, at Westbury Friends

LITMA in Newsday!

See the cover Article for Newsday's Explore LI section

Or read it online