JEFFERSON — It’s time again for that perfect combination of place and event. The second concert in the Museum of Ashe County History’s Summer Concert Series will be held July 26 on the grassy area next to the museum. After the great success of the June concert, the July concert is eagerly anticipated.
The July 26 concert will feature the Dry Fork Bluegrass Band, a Virginia-based group specializing in old bluegrass classics and bluegrass gospel. Their special music is sent out to eager listeners by guitar, banjo, bass, mandolin and dobro. They have mastered their music by entertaining music lovers for ten years at community events, festivals, and private parties.
The music begins at 2:30 p.m. and will entertain you until about 4 p.m. Grab up the family and friends, bring a lawn chair or blanket and a picnic lunch and settle in for a delightful afternoon of blue grass music. The museum will be open during the event.