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Sunday afternoon to include music and history at library in Picayune

The Friends of the Margaret Reed Crosby Memorial Library will present a Blue Grass musical program this Sunday, October 14, from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm, in Holland Hall of the Crosby Library, located at 900 Goodyear Blvd in Picayune.

Jim Elledge and his Blue Grass Friends will present a very lively, fun program, featuring banjo, guitar, mandolin, fiddle, and double bass. The Band is made up of local area musicians, ranging in age from 7 to 80 years old, who get together on a regular basis to make this American roots music.

After the Blue Grass musical program, Charles Schmitz, Chairman of World War One Centennial Remembrance Committee, will take the attendees on a tour of WWI through the library display cases in the foyer of the library.

The program is free and refreshments will be served. So come enjoy some great Blue Grass music…tap your feet…and the Friends of the Library will also have you something to eat! And then enjoy a history lesson with Charles Schmitz on World War One this Sunday at Margaret Reed Crosby Memorial Library in Picayune.


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