Tenth Annual Pittsburgh Ringing Course, 29-31 July

March 17, 2016
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The tenth annual Pittsburgh ringing course will be held at Southminster Presbyterian Church, 29-31 July 2016

The course will be aimed at helping students develop the practical skills necessary to make the transition from simple, plain hunt dominated methods to ringing more complicated methods, specifically Stedman and Kent Treble Bob. This is a reprise, for our tenth anniversary, of our first ringing course! It will be focused exclusively on practical skills, with no time spent on theory or learning methods. Further details can be found at http://tinyurl.com/z6bpgyw.

It is likely that most of our ringing over the weekend will be of doubles and minor, though if student preparation and skills allow there may be forays into triples and major.

If you are interested in being a student on this course please send email to Don Morrison <dfm@ringing.org> as soon as practical, but certainly before mid-April.