It’s Labor Day weekend, so best be prepared to WORK on that dancefloor. Eamon and Justin are playing together for the first time since early August, and you know it’s gonna be good.
Our holiday weekend parties are almost always busy, and this year we’ve filled to capacity on quite a few regular weekends, so if you want to come, getting a ticket is more than just a good idea.
If you’re headed out of town this weekend, have a great time, and we’ll see you when you’re back. We’ll be Mistering outdoors until October 18th this year, so plenty of time to get down with us in the late summer and autumn…
All the best,
Mister Saturday Night
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FYI, many might find the term ‘Indian summer’ to be offensive.
According to Almanac.com: “The most probable origin of the term, in our view, goes back to the very early settlers in New England. Each year they would welcome the arrival of a cold wintry weather in late October when they could leave their stockades unarmed. But then came a time when it would suddenly turn warm again, and the Native Americans would decide to have one more go at the settlers. ‘Indian summer,’ the settlers called it.”
@Emily Thanks for that Emily. We’ve changed it. Makes sense, and we didn’t even think of it. We’ll remove it from the vocabulary!
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