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Sugar on the Floor

Sugar on the Floor will present a free (donation-optional) ever changing recital of intriguing folk songs and their stories throughout the summer of 2005. In addition to the programs listed below we are scheduled to perform at several private parties so we may see you there.

NOTE: Mike Cohen sings Historical Songs at English Camp for the National Park Service every Sunday at Noon, June-September.

Sugar on the Floor PROGRAM UPDATES

MAY 2005 17, 21, 26 6:30-8:30 PM ELDERHOSTEL PROGRAM at Friday Harbor Inn 410 Spring Street. Call Mike Cohen for an invitation to attend: 360-378-6313. We explain and sing audience requests from a distributed repertoire list

JUNE 2005 Forthcoming

JUNE 9, Pelindaba Downtown, 7-9 PM donation optional



JULY 16 10:00-11:00 AM Arts Festival on Court Street.

JULY 16-17 12:00-4:00PM Pelindaba Open House on Wald Road.

JULY 22 General Pickett Show Community Theater 7:30-8:00PM

JULY 24 7:00 PM National Park Service Concert English Camp Barracks,



AUGUST 11 Pelindaba Downtown, 7-9 PM donation optional,

AUGUST 26 General Pickett Show Community Theater 7:30-8:00PM

San Juan County Fair Appearance: Date/time to be announced

AUGUST 27 National Park Service Re-enactment Program at English Camp


SEPTEMBER 2005: 9, 17, 21, 27, 30 ELDERHOSTEL PROGRAM Same as MAY above


OCTOBER 2005: 6, 13. 24 ELDERHOSTEL PROGRAM Same as MAY above

Visit http://www.sugaronthefloor.com/ for additional information about the group and its repetoire.




On December 22 and 29, 2004. Mike Cohen presented an ever changing program of songs, stories and short discussions around "Increasing Self-Worth: Folk Songs and Our Insane World," at Pelindaba Downtown in Friday Harbor, WA, from 7:30 to 9:00 PM.

The donation-optional, often humorous presentation explores a path to personal, social and environmental sanity as illustrated in traditional songs and their stories. The program expands the theme of a short article on the Internet and presents over 220 exemplary folk songs and their history. Contact Mike



  Darlene Wahl Lee McEnery, Ken Arzarian, Mike Cohen


Sugar on the Floor
P.O. Box 1605
Friday Harbor, WA 98250


We invite you to enjoy us informally swapping songs and stories with Mike's Cohen's brother, John Cohen, of the New Lost City Ramblers, Tuesday, November 24, 2004 at the Friday Harbor Grange. 8:00 PM. with Sugar on the Floor, too.

Information about John Cohen:

Music Overview

New Lost City Ramblers and their Recordings