OUR COMMUNITY

What is a Jamboree?

Musicians gather voluntarily to perform for spectators who enjoy by either listening or dancing. The afternoon typically consists of 20-45 different musical performers that play a variety of traditional instruments including the fiddle, banjo, piano, saxophone, harmonica and more or that perform vocal olde tyme music. The jamborees not only help to preserve olde tyme music, but they also act as a venue for socialization for spectators who travel from many small communities across Ontario.

2017 Jamboree Information:

Where:

Dundalk Legion BR. 285
109 Proton Street
North Dundalk, Ontario

When:

Fourth (4th) Sunday of each Month
Family entertainment all afternoon.
Musical performances start at 1:00 pm followed by a Hot Roast Beef Dinner at 4:30 pm
All ages welcome

Interested in performing? No need to call in advance, just show up jamboree day. Musicians receive dinner free!

For more information, phone: Ruth at 519-923-3406 or email dundalkdance@gmail.com