Sunday, May 26, 2019 at 10:00am
Set up along the river, various vendors featuring handmade silver jewelry, crystal art, engraved stones, signs and varied jewelry items. Woodcrafts and leather goods along with American girl doll clothes, quilts, casserole carriers, antiques, collectibles, knives, fishing gear, and several other vendors with flea market treasures.
John Lee Boyer: Remember the days gone by when musicians played and entertained at railroad depots, river towns, and on busy street corners for all the people passing by? John Lee Boyer has revived those good old days of street busking by playing his guitar, harmonicas, and singing in that same old time musical tradition. Come on out and hear him play your favorite golden oldie tunes and be entertained in a style reminiscent of yesterday.
Paul Imholte: Paul Imholte is a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and singer. He is best known as a hammered dulcimer player, but he is also on a first-name basis with the fiddle, mandolin, guitar and banjo, and has been seen in the company of the viola, cello, Autoharp, harmonica, jawharp, and spoons. (Forks and butter-knives at mealtimes only, though.) Paul writes and performs music. His songs deal with old barns, tractors, kids, migrant workers, rutabagas, reluctant Springs, smoking horses, and ghosts in the attic.
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