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Thursday, September 05, 2013

September 2014 Common Ground on the Hill Newsletter

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September, 2014

2013-14 Concert Season

This season's concerts at the Carroll Arts Center in Westminster and Brown Memorial Woodbrook Presbyterian Church in Baltimore include legendary singer/songwriter Jesse Winchester in a rare appearance, fingerstyle guitar virtuoso Adrian Legg, 3-time Grammy Winner Tom Chapin and many more!

Season and individual concert tickets available HERE.

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Give Common Ground on the Hill a Hand!

The big summer events are over, but we still need your help! Volunteers are always needed to help with monthly concerts in nullboth Baltimore and Westminster, work in the office, distribute flyers, and many other tasks. If you have a few hours that you can dedicate to helping out, please contact the Common Ground on the Hill office!

Send us an email us with your available hours at or call 410-857-2771.


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In This Issue

Danny Paisley & the Southern Grass / Bluestone

Sunday, Sept. 8
2 PM
The Carroll Arts Center

Don't miss the concert season opener - a bluegrass special event with Danny Paisley & the Southern Grass AND Bluestone!

Purchase tickets HERE

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About Common Ground on the Hill

Common Ground on the Hill is a roots-based, traditional arts non-profit housed on the campus of McDaniel College in Westminster, MD. Founded in 1994, we foster and facilitate dialogue among different cultures to discover that our artistic common ground unites us. Our program includes 2 monthly concert series (in Baltimore and Westminster), 2 weeks of classes and concerts at Traditions Weeks, a Roots Music & Arts Festival, Common Ground on Seminary Ridge, the Deer Creek Fiddlers' Convention, the Ira & Mary Zepp Center for Nonviolence and Peace Education, and introducing in 2014: Common Ground on the Shore in Chincoteague, VA, in January, and Common Ground on the Border in Sahuarita, Arizona, in March!

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