Welcome

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Welcome to the website of the Brits ‘n’ US club, a social club in The Villages, Florida, for lively entertainment with a British theme in a friendly environment.  Learn About Us, check out our Frequently Asked Questions page, or Contact Us individually for more information.  Check out our Register/Signup/Join page for information on subscribing to our mailing list and on becoming a member.

Our next event is listed below.  Visit our Events page for our full schedule.

Next Event

Next Event

Sat, Aug 17th - Wine & Cheese Tasting

at Truman Rec Center, starting at 6:00 PM

Click here for full details and directions

 

Details to follow


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Folk Music Pictures – Mar 2019

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For this St Patrick’s Day event, we were treated to a lively performance of traditional music by the newly formed “The Celtic Village Show Band”, comprising the very talented

  • Peter Collins, English Cittern, Irish Bouzouki, Mandolin, Fiddle, Bodhran, Guitar, Whistle, Five String Banjo
  • Dee Jonas, Accordion,
  • Jean Kagan, Whistle, Irish Bodhran, Accordion,
  • John Manion, Irish “tenor” vocals,
  • Rose Mundell, Fiddle.

 

Loosely based on a theme of “Folk Music from the British Isles“, with an appropriate emphasis on Irish tunes, the wildly entertaining program also featured some special guests. Chris Bonett, coming all the way from ‘down under’ (a few years ago) by way of the Kingston Trio, performed a haunting rendition of Waltzing Matilda.  Renowned Bluegrass banjo player and singer G.T. Hodge wowed us with a virtuoso performance, during which Peter Colins joined him for Dueling Banjos, and Cliff Cook of the fabulous “Dorels” Doo Wop group joined Peter, Chris and G.T. on vocals for the rousing finale.

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Canoeing Pictures – Mar 2019

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On Friday, March 15th, a small group of us took advantage of the free canoes, made available by Sumter County, and a beautiful spring morning to enjoy an hour or two of peaceful paddling in the wetland area between Lake Miona and Buena Vista Boulevard. There was an abundance of birdlife and interesting vegetation, and all right here on our doorstep.

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