Every time I pass an old Grange Hall like this one, I'm reminded of music. It was all about dances and live music. There was one in the city and another popular one out on Rt. 302. Yesterday, I was listening to NPR's "All Things Considered" and heard a story about 'Your Mom and Dad's Record Collection', and it got me thinking about music I didn't like back then but have come to appreciate now. Dad loved Louie Prima (Just a Gigolo) and Keely Smith and his foot was always tappin' to anything by the Spike Jones band. Mom loved Perry Como and Dean Martin standards. I might not know the songs, but if I heard the music, I recognize them immediately. I can Name That Tune in just 3 notes!