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2004 SEBA Summer Jams at Stone Mountain Park

SEBA and Stone Mountain Park again offer fourth-Sunday jams in June, July, and August, 2004.

Author: Tommy Parham (May 18, 2004)


The Southeastern Bluegrass Association and Stone Mountain Park will again offer fourth Sunday jams
at Stone Mountain Park for the following dates: June 27, July 25, and August 22. The jams will begin
at our usual time of 3:00pm and last until 6:00 pm. These jams will be in addition to our usual second
and third Sunday monthly jams at Emory Presbyterian and the Fayetteville Depot.

The jams will take place in the town of Crossroads, a reproduction of an 1872 Georgia town. Other
adjacent areas of the park will be open for jamming as well. When you enter either the west gate or
the main gate, tell the attendant that you are coming to the SEBA bluegrass jam for entrance into the
park. The attendant will provide you with a map and give you directions to parking. If the main Crossroads
lot is full, there will be a park shuttle, which will take you to the front gate of Crossroads

Those attending the jams will have the options of purchasing a yearly parking pass for $20 ($10 off
the regular price). The buying of other attraction passes would be at your own discretion.

The SEBA table will be set up outside of the Train Depot in Crossroads. Please come by the
table and check in when you arrive so that we will know who is attending. 
We will orient
you to Crossroads and the surrounding venues, and suggest areas of town where the jams can be held.Remember those dates again are the fourth Sundays of the summer months: June 27, July 25,
and August 22. 
Lets fill up Crossroads with SEBA members and jams. Some seating is available,
but jammers are urged to bring a chair if you want to sit and pick.

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