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Exciting news from CDS!

We are having a raffle for an authentic Homer Ledford dulcimer! Tickets will be on sale for one whole year to allow you to take part of the fun. Tickets are cash only, and each ticket is $2, or three tickets for $5. We will try to be at many events to sell tickets as possible. If you have any questions, "Contact Us."

Here is our promotional flyer for more details.

More images of the "Homer" will be on our scrapbook page in the next few days. Good luck!

Want to see and learn more? Come out and see us!

We meet at Sharon Woods Centre, in Sharon Woods Park, on the second Sunday of the month, unless otherwise stated below. See desk attendant to find out what room we are playing in.

We also welcome hammered dulcimer, autoharp, fiddle, and guitar players, harmonica or other instruments that compliment the dulcimer.

Beginner & Group class 1 p.m.

Meeting 2 p.m.

Jam from 3-4:00 *Please note earlier end time*

Don't forget to bring your money for your 2014 sticker!

January 11th

February 8th

March 8th

April 12th

May 3rd (1st Sunday due to Mother's Day)

July 12th

August 9th

September 13th

October 11th

November 8th

The public is welcome to our Jam from 3-4:30 to hear us play, and see what we are all about.

Sharon Woods Centre at Sharon Woods Park
11450 Lebanon Rd. (St. Rt. 42) Sharonville, OH 45241
(513) 563-4513

Click here for directions

You will need a daily ($5) or yearly pass ($10) to enter into the park.

Don't forget to bring your money for your 2014 sticker, available in October!

 

held at the Connections Christian Church

Not just for our club members, but open to anyone who wants to learn new ways to play mountain dulcimer. See our Festival page for more details.

Workshops – Open Stage - Jams – Concert – Desserts - Door Prizes

The object and general purpose of the Cincinnati Dulcimer Society is to be a non profit organization to aid in the preservation of the musical instrument called the Appalachian Mountain Dulcimer, to promote the use of the instrument, encourage development of musical abilities of members, and to preserve this cultural heritage.