Learn to play, for less pay

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Fall registration for the Community String Project will be held on Thursday, September 12 at 6 p.m., at the Mt. Hope High School Auditorium on Chestnut Street in Bristol. CSP is a non-profit that offers affordable string lessons for youth and adults. Lessons cost $170 for the fall semester. Students who qualify for free/reduced lunch receive free lessons and pay $20 for instrument use. Others may apply for financial aid. For more information call 401/500-1243; email  info@communitystringproject.org, or visit communitystringproject.org. Pictured, adult students accompany performers at the CSP Barn Dance fundraiser, held this past spring at Mt. Hope Farm.

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