EBF&P Potlucks Schedule

Unless otherwise noted, potlucks are held on the 2nd Sunday of the month
from Noon to 5 P.M.   50¢ donation covers paper goods, printing, etc.
PLEASE, we need your potluck food contributions to make this successful.
NO pets, NO smoking on premises, inside or out.  No red wine inside.
Please volunteer to help set up or clean up. Thanks!

November 13, 2016 Bob and Kathy Helliesen, 398 Vassar Ave., Berkeley, 528-0334.
Go up Marin, left on Spruce, left on Vassar.
Coordinators: Fran Segal 510-549-1231, Linda Harvie 510-421-5547.

December 11, 2016 — Happy Holiday Party! F&PP will provide Turkey and Ham.  Bring salads, sides, desserts and drinks.
Susan Wageman & Charlie Fenton, 419 Euclid Ave., Oakland. 301-0129 or 817-4028
From I-580 E or W exit Grand Ave. rt on Grand rt on Euclid Ave., Oakland.
Coordinators: Jean Crossley 530-400-0741 Cell, Scott Clark  707-422-8718 Landline, juarez45@aol.com


January  8, 2017 Ken Lipman, 1032 Alvarado Rd., Berkeley, 704-1813.
Go East on Ashby, left on Claremont (1 m), Right on Alvarado (0.4 m) to 1032. NO shoes inside! Extra chairs helpful. Please park in back if you know how to do so.
Coordinators: Roan Michaels (650) 738-2968 Cell, roanmichaels@yahoo.com; Mark Shaw (925) 250-5591 Cell, mark@markshawrealtor.com, Paulette Vashio & Len Abrams (510) 468-5256, Lnrdabrams2@gmail.com

February 12, 2017 Sal Compango, 526-4423, at Albany Veterans Memorial Hall, 1325 Portland Ave., Albany, between Key Route & Carmel. Coordinators: Marian Gade (510) 524-9815 Landline, mgade@berkeley.edu,  Jerry Michaels (510) 725-2445 Cell, jerrymi@juno.com

March 12, 2017 Joan & Abe Feinberg, 1121 Ashmount Ave. Oakland. 451-1122. 580 south exit Grand Ave., go to 2nd. light. Left at Lakeshore. Go 4 blks, then rt. on Mandana for approx 1mi. Left on Ashmount. Coordinators: Korey Mandel, (510) 542-6788, next357-pfp@yahoo.com, Paul Herzoff (510) 848-4129, paulherzoff@gmail.com


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3 thoughts on “EBF&P Potlucks Schedule

  1. Hello there,

    Thank you all for the great fun and community spirit.

    Matt Small’s brother and the guy with brushes and cookie sheet.

    Take care,

    1. Susan, Sorry for the long delay in answering your question. I don’t check the comments often and yours just slipped through.

      Yes you can come to a Pickin Potluck and just listen! But I think you’d have an even better time bringing your guitar and play what you can–even if it’s only a couple of chords. Lots of folk at the potlucks are more than happy to help a newbie get started! I know several people who came a time or two and didn’t even open their cases!

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