History and Legends Through Song with Jon Waterman @ Weaver 6pm

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In his program, “History and Legends Through Song” singer, songwriter and program presenter Jon Waterman takes his audience on a tour of fascinating, sometimes legendary- sometimes little-known characters and happenings over nearly 5000 years of history. The tour includes stops in ancient Sumeria, 14th century Europe, the Old West and the trenches of World War One, and touches on the earliest known author, an ancient Hittite king, an epic medieval battle, a feared California bandit, the birth of the blues and many others- all in songs and stories.

This event is free and open to the public. Limited seating available, first come, first served.

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