It rained, but we played our sticky, tuning-challenged dulcimers anyway!
We performed - without a sound system - in the church (here it is, looking lovely and pristine surrounded by fall colours with not a raindrop in sight!) and played our set to a small audience of fellow musicians, Westfield people, and a few visitors. Of course it started to clear up as Tethera took to the stage. We noticed that the Morris dancers (Cambridge Splinters) had some enthusiastic recruits joining in despite the iffy weather. Oh well. It was U.K. Day, after all! The weather was just doing its part.
Next stop the Mill Race Festival of Traditional Music on Saturday and Sunday, August 1 and 2, in Cambridge, Ontario.