McLane, Moab dance band in concert Dec. 15-16
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Vermont folk musician Jeremiah McLane. 
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Vermont folk musician Jeremiah McLane. Courtesy Photo
The Moab Community Dance Band is sponsoring two events in December, a contra dance on Saturday Dec. 15, and a house concert on Dec. 16, with Vermont-based accordionist, pianist, teacher, and composer Jeremiah McLane. This is McLane’s third “residency” in Moab.

This year he will coach the Moab Community Dance Band and play with them at the Dec. 15 dance, visit the fifth grade music class at HMK Elementary School and give a program at the Moab Charter School. Saturday’s show begins at 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 15 at the MARC, with a lesson for beginning dancers at 7:30. Live music by the Moab Community Dance Band with McLane and caller Peg Harty. No experience or partner needed to dance. Suggested $7 donation to benefit Grand County school music programs.

Vermont-based folk musician McLane will perform solo accordion and piano at a house concert at 4 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 16. Space is limited. Call 516-376-8003 for reservations and location.

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