James D. “Gator” Fiske, Historical Interpreter and Music Events Coordinator for the Florida Agricultural Museum, reported February’s “Music at the Museum” event to the St. Johns County local news desk of Historic City News.
Music at the Museum
February 27th, 2009
Free Admission – Family oriented – 3:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.
This is an open jam featuring Bluegrass, Country, Folk and Gospel.
Bring your banjo, banguitar, dobro, fiddle, harmonica, mandolin, guitar, gut bucket, (empty) moonshine jug, dulcimer, washboard, or upright bass.
Don’t play? Bring your voice, or just come and listen.
Concession stand will be open during the event selling Chili, Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, Meat Ball Subs, Sodas and Water. There will be more and more surprises each month from the Cracker Cooking Corps.
The Equestrian Flyers – 4H Club will also be conducting a Bake Sale.
Come early and take a tour of the museum – meet the cracker cows, horses and piney woods rooters.
Tour prices $5.00 adults – $3.00 Children ages 3-12.
Ask about riding lessons or trail rides and you can sign-up to become a volunteer or a member and help support your Museum.
The event will be held at the Florida Agricultural Museum, 7900 Old Kings Road, Palm Coast. For more information call: (386) 446-7630.
Photo credit: © 2010 Historic City News contributed photograph