The public is invited to the weekly Friday Night Free Concerts at Heritage Park Pavilion at First and Main Street.
“ThisFriday’s show will start at 7 pm and features three of the regular contributors to the Chamber Of Commerce sponsored series,” Ralph Carlson, event coordinator said. ” Marilyn Adcock on vocal, guitar and autoharp. Marilyn does a mix of classic folk, gospel and traditional music. She is always a treat to have perform for us.”
” David Prickett, vocal and guitar. Dave, who traveled in his career has music from most every venue. He does classic country, gospel, hymns and traditional music.”
“The Sekanaires gospel quartet with Ray Mauck singing bass, Curtis Ramsey sings lead and tenor, Steve Bell who sings lead, harmony and occasionally plays guitar and Ralph Carlson, baritone and guitar. The quartet has existed from the early 1960s and has a mixed repertoire of gospel, hymns and folk gospel.”
“It always amazes me that we have such abundance of talent here in Fort Scott,” Carlson said.
In the event of bad weather, the concert will move to the Common Grounds Coffee shop, just a few doors down from the venue.
Come early and bring a lawn chair as seating is limited.