Any of the standard and popular website-building tools should work for you.
They are easily searchable with the keywords website, builder, free,
online, create your own, etc. Some names are:
And you can also do similar stuff through Google's website builder,
WordPress, and GoDaddy. This
website lists even more.
They're all pretty much the same, assuming you want something simple, but I
have dabbled in Weebly and it worked fairly well. I created this
<http://www.communityspokes.com> website for Community Spokes while I was
the coordinator of the shop, but, for the record, it has changed
significantly with successive leadership in my absence. It should still
give you an idea what someone like me (who has little computer knowledge
:P) can accomplish.
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Date: Fri, 21 Apr 2017 11:22:28 +0000 (UTC)
From: Jeanette Mill via Musicians <musicians(a)lists.sharedweight.net>
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Can anyone recommend an open source website development tool that is
appropriate for touring dance callers and musicians?
cheersJeanette?Jeanette MillContra dance caller, musician and workshop
convenor+61 (0)449 686 077Canberra, Australia
?"The piano - 88 little mistakes waiting to happen" Kate Barnes