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Hankerinand#8217; for foot stompinand#8217; hoedown in Truckee?

If the answer is yes, join the Humane Society of Truckee-Tahoe for the 2nd Annual Barn Dance party featuring Truckeeand#8217;s own Dead Winter Carpenters. For only $20 this hootenanny includes a delicious, catered barbecue dinner, fantastic live music and tons of fun! All benefiting our community’s homeless pets, Friday, July 23, 6-10 p.m., Truckee, Hwy. 89 at Alder Creek Road.

Boasting a creative combination of members of San Franciscoand#8217;s Montana Slim String Band and Tahoeand#8217;s Rusty Strings, Dead Winter Carpenters are poised with an arsenal of original material and are doggedly preparing for a break-out summer. Laced with elements of bluegrass, folk, ragtime, blues, reggae and rock and roll, the rollicking five-piece, consisting of fiddler Jenni Charles, upright bassist Dave Lockhart, guitarists Jesse Dunn and Sean Duerr and drummer Ryan Davis, brings to the table a unique blend of genuine, authentic songwriting and dynamic musicianship that is sure to have the dance floor hoppinand#8217;.

The beverages will be flowinand#8217; and the Humane Society folks will be groovinand#8217;, all to benefit homeless pets in our community.

Last years event was a ridiculous amount of fun, so donand#8217;t miss out, mark Friday, July 23 on your calendar, polish up your cowboy boots and get ready to party! Visit hstt.org for information.

and#8212; Submitted via aedgett@sierrasun.com


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