Songs of Peace and Justice: A Tribute to Pete Seeger

4.26.2014 -- 1:00PM

On April 26, an all day music fest titled Songs of Peace and Justice: A Tribute to Pete Seeger will be at the Metamora United Methodist Church on Wynn Street in Metamora. The concert will kick off at 1 p.m. Please join them for a full day of music, featuring the best in regional musicians volunteering their time and talents to benefit Metamora Performing Arts, Inc. Performances include Patchwork, Harvey Branch String Band, Ian Matthew Smith, Jason Hatha-way, Gene Webb, Moose Gronholm, Dave Bagdade, Larry Wayt, John Sheckler, Kevin Edward Rose, Cindy Thompson, Mark Proctor and a special evening head-liner concert by Greg and Kriss Ziesemer.


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GARAGE SALE: April 18, 8-3 & April 19, 8-12. Entrance of Whitewater Park, S County Road 100 W, 1 mile to house #488 (at end of road). Small air hockey table, toys, brand name clothes, household items, Longaberger purses, luggage set, 3 bathroom sinks, 1 double bowl sink, faucets, light fixtures, ceiling fans, new solid oak 6 panel door, new screen door, new running boards for Chevy Traverse, wall clock, lots of misc. items.



FRIDAY, APRIL 18 & Saturday, April 19, 8:30-2, 1423 Conwell St., Connersville. Basketball goal, stereo, TV, shower chair, sweepers, rugs, lawn chairs, old books, too much to mention.



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