Mohawk Valley Bluegrass Association
Your source for bluegrass in the Mohawk Valley Region of New York State.
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Welcome to the official web site of the MOHAWK VALLEY BLUEGRASS ASSOCIATION. Our activities include Monthly Meeting/Jam session, an annual festival, plus coffee house's that keep people who love to play and listen to Bluegrass Music busy throughout the year. Explore our web site for "Bluegrass" - Band Schedules, Events, Jams, Links and Radio Media of what is coming up.
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MVBGA regular meetings and Jam Sessions are on the third Saturday of each month beginning in September and continued to the Third Saturday of May and are held at the Stittville Fire Department, (9069 Main St. Stittville, NY). Jam session starts at 8 am and runs to 3 pm. All are welcomed, listeners as well as players that want to jam. No experience necessary, we welcome any one from beginners to professionals. Need help with your instrument come and ask questions, there is always someone willing to help. The MVBGA Meeting starts at 11 am all are welcomed to attend. The Stittville Fire Department starts breakfast at 8 am with lunch starting at 11am.
This month's MVBGA Breakfast/Meeting/Jam for the 17th will be rescheduled for the 31st of January by request of the Stittville Fire Dept, due to the death of Fireman Bill Owen's wife Shirley, so that the Firemen can hold a Celebration Of Life for her.