Come out Friday, August 3, to the free Making Music at the MakerSpace event. Local musician Phil Shapiro (guitar and vocals) and his
friend Carolyn (standing bass) will be playing some popular folk songs from the 1960’s and ’70’s at the Greenbelt Makerspace, opposite
New Deal Cafe. Meet them here in these videos.
Time – 8:30 pm to 10 pm
This event is open to all in the community. Those who wish to are welcome to make a donation to the makerspace.
Note – this is more of a music singalong event than a musical performance. If you prefer to just tap your toes, that’s fine, too.
Yes, you’re welcome to bring your tambourine or other percussion instrument, too.
Phil Shapiro works as the public geek at the Takoma Park Maryland Library and also writes for various web sites.
Here are some of his MAKE magazine blog posts.
Maker Supportive Parenting
Teaching Pranks at the Public Library
Thinking About a Maker Conference Center
He previously worked for Arlington Public Schools and the DC Public Libraries. He has been
uploading videos to the web since 1995. Here is a 1996 video he co-produced with library co-worker
Fannie Lou Hamer: Freedom Fighter
Questions? Phil Shapiro, email@example.com