Dear Friends in the Arts,
I hope my words find you well. I’ve just posted The Forwardian Arts Society July message on Our Website. It speaks of the many changes we’ve made in the artistic community and the accomplishments of our members. Please feel free to explore this message along with Our Website at www.geocities.com/pauladam/The-Forwardian-Arts-Society.html. I invite you to join our fellowship. I look forward to hearing from you soon and I’ll keep a good thought for you until then.
Going Forward With You,
Paul Adam Smeltz
THE FORWARDIAN ARTS SOCIETY
Monday, June 26, 2006
Our Good Friends at The Presbyterian Church of the Mountain in Delaware Water Gap, PA presented their weekly Gazebo Concert which was held in the church’s sanctuary due to the inclement weather. Our Good Friend Vocalist Saralyn Whitaker performed with a jazz quartet which included Our Good Friend Guitarist Spencer Reed. Our Good Friends Arline M. Smeltz and Michael Wetmore were among those who attended to enjoy the sweet and sultry music. You’ll find more photographs in The Forwardian Arts Society Music AMJ Gallery. The next concert will take place on Sunday July 2nd at 6pm featuring Our Good Friend Jazz Vocalist Michelle Bautier. Please contact the Church at 570-476-0345 for more information. We hope you’ll support the endeavors of Our Good Friends as we go forward together.
Our Good Friends at Stroud Township www.township.stroud.pa.us presented their first gazebo concert for 2006 featuring a variety of classic tunes from a bygone era by Our Good Friends Vocalist Bonnie Childs and Jesse Green on keyboards along with Neil Bronson on percussion at The Jay Albertson Park in Stroudsburg, PA. Our Good Friend Arline M. Smeltz were among those who braved the rainy weather to enjoy the music. You’ll find more photographs in The Forwardian Arts Society Music AMJ Gallery. The next concert will be on Sunday July 30th at 3pm featuring The McWilliams Brothers. We hope you’ll support the endeavors of Our Good Friends as we go forward together.
Saturday, June 24, 2006
Our Good Friends at The Eastern Monroe Public Library in Stroudsburg, PA held a Bookhouse Musical Event featuring a wide variety of folk and country songs performed by Rob Oxford. The wonderfully entertaining was filled with a great many familiar and loved songs which brought a smile to the heart. You can learn more about him at www.roboxford.com. Our Good Friends Rob Ramos and Linnae Cintron, and John Cusumano (all of The Eastern Monroe Public Library) along with Our Good Friend Arline M. Smeltz were among the many in attendance. The next Bookhouse will take place on Friday September 29th after a two month break and feature a musical performance by Joe Lutton and Lee Morgan. Youll find more photographs in The Forwardian Arts Society Music AMJ Gallery. We hope youll support the endeavors of Our Good Friends as we go forward together.