Monthly Regular Schedule
- 1st Sunday: Sunrise (in Fairfax, starting at 6pm), coordinated by Don Wallace at (703)968-6773.
- 2nd Sunday: Collingswood NH (Rockville, starting at 2:30 pm), coordinated by Rui Wermers at (301)738-7952
- 2nd Sunday: a small-scale NH (in Silver Spring, starting at 4pm)
- 2nd Monday: rehearsal (in Columbia, at Dr. Huang's house, starting at 7:30 pm )
- 2nd Tuesday: J. B. Johnson (in D. C., starting at 2 pm)
- 2nd Saturday: SG2 (in Rockville, starting at 4:30 pm, but rehearsal starting at 2:30 pm)
- 1st & 3rd Tuesday: Sully Community Center (in Fairfax, starting at 11 am), co-coordinated with Claudia Fang at (703)715-0822
- 1st & 3rd Wednesday: ManorCare (in Fairfax, starting 7 pm), coordinated by Don Wallace at (703)968-6773
- 4th Saturday: Kensington NH (in Kensington, starting at 2 pm), SG1, and SG2 (in Rockville, starting at 3:30pm)
- 4th Sunday: Lorien (in Columbia, starting at 10:30 am), coordinated by Joan Huang at (301)953-7371
- 4th Sunday: St. Elizabeth (in Baltimore, starting at 2 pm), coordinated by Joan Huang at (301)953-7371
Please feel free to contact Tim at email@example.com if you are interested in joining visits with us.
In general, in terms of providing our elderly audience with entertaining effects, dancing may be the best. Singing is better than instrument playing; and duet is better than solo.
In singing, old popular love songs in 1920s-1940s are the best. Popular hymns, folk songs, or very popular after-1950 songs are also appreciated. But they usually do not draw responses as enthusiastic as those during 1920s-1940s do. Songs after 1970s may be liked by performers themselves, but rarely excite the NH audience.
Other types of non-musical performances are also warmly welcome. Gongfu, story telling, aerobics, magic tricks, standing-comedian jokes/acts, among others, are good examples. If you can bring your well-behaved dogs or cats for patting and love sharing, that will be wonderful, too.