Folk Music Gospel Concert Held Inside Farm Museum
The Plowboys and the Buffalo Girls are two favorite local bands from the long-running acoustic Jam Nights at the Coopersville Farm Museum.
Coopersville, MI, November 10, 2009 --(PR.com)-- The Plowboys (Cal Dyke, Jeff Line, Imre Bryant, Don Kramer) offer a Gospel Show for something a little different at the Coopersville Farm Museum tonight. They will be followed by the Buffalo Girls (Donna Carlson, Ruth Sorenson, JoAnn Winburg) and the chips who will be performing some old time favorites. This second Tueday concert is brought to you by Thom Eno, Coordinator and Saw Player. Visit the rural farm community of Coopersville, Michigan, located between Grand Rapids and the lakeshore. The Coopersville Farm Museum is a regional showcase for traditional arts. In addition to exhibits on farming and rural life, the museum features local musicians in acoustic jams and concerts. The musical programs at the Coopersville Farm Museum are keeping traditions alive as are the various collections from locals which are constantly changing. Jam Nights are held year round on the 1st & 3rd Tuesday every month, from 6pm – 9pm. Additional events and exhibits include a two month long quilt exhibit in August and September, an Antique Tractor Show, a Train Layout, Two Art Galleries, Photo and Art Contest with nearly 200 entries, Petting Zoo in Aprils, Dolls of Our Lives in February and March, and so much more!. Coopersville Farm Museum is a non-profit organization, located just a stone’s throw from the Del Shannon Memorial, the Historical Museum, and the Coopersville & Marne Railway, all in downtown Coopersville.
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