the Shed Saloon & Country Dance Hall...
it's the Place for Cold Beer, Warm Smiles, and HOT Times!
the Shed Saloon & Country Dance Hall will not only have the area's best Country Dancing, it will also be a place to relax and enjoy a cold one with food that elevates the term "Bar Menu" to new heights! On Our Stage you will be treated to the finest Country and Southern Rock talents that the Northeast has to offer...and maybe a few surprizes too!
What could be better?
NASCAR at the Shed!
CHEAR for your favorite Drivers while watching them battle for the Cup! Although we're not really a "sport's bar" some things just scream COUNTRY loud and clear... and nothing says it better than the Nextel and Busch series of Stock Car Racing. Join us for the fun!!!
Yes, there will be a "DRESS CODE" of sorts...
1. GUYS, Unless your name is Larry the Cable Guy,
you'd better have sleeves on your shirts!
2. If you can't wear it at a Family Amusement Park,
don't even think of wearing it here!
3. NO "COLORS" or "Gang Signs" will be allowed.
4. GUYS, Keep your underwear INSIDE your clothes.
If you can't keep your pants up, buy a belt!
5. Cowboy & Farmer's Hats are welcome... Baseball type caps are OK if worn properly.
Unless your eyes are on the side of your head, the visor should be in the front!
6. No Shirt, No Shoes, No Service...
An Introduction and Explanation...without apology
Hi, my friends call me "Mace" and you are looking at my dream...
the Shed Saloon and Country Dance Hall. It is my fondest wish to bring some old-time Western fun and mix it together with good old-fashioned Southern Hospitality.
Among the decorations and antiques scattered about "the Shed" you will see flags. Some are flags of our heritage, some from the past, and some that are no longer in common use today.
Prominently displayed on our stage along with the Flag of the United Stated of America you will see a flag that some mistakenly find offensive...the flag sometimes known as Ol' Dixie, the Southern Cross, the Stars and Bars, or the Confederate Battle Flag. You will see this flag on our stage properly displayed on the RIGHT hand side of the stage from the audience's point of view; the flag of the United States of America being appropriately displayed in it's position of honor directly opposite. The Southern Cross is not here to remind us of what was obviously wrong in the South, but to celebrate the things that were and are so very right. Independent thinking, Hospitality and a slower, down-home way of life are the things I remember when I think of my years living in Dixie. (North Carolina to be precise)
So... if you still think of Ol' Dixie as a symbol of slavery and racism, consider this...
Slavery was officially abolished in the United States of America on January 1st. 1863, and yes it did take the South a little while to come-around to the right way of thinking; but more than One Hundred and Forty Five years later, slavery STILL exists in some African Nations even today.
The shame isn't that slavery existed in the South long ago... the shame is that slavery exists at all.
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