Saturday, March 22, 2014

Baby Animal Days

Baby Animal Days 
April 26 and May 3--10 am to 5 pm

Entrance: $3 Adults, $2 Kids, $12 Families
(Some activities additional charge)

Petting Zoo
Demonstrations (gardening, sheep, and more)
Pony and Wagon Rides
Kids' Craft Barn
Delicious Food
Kentucky Derby activities and hat contest (May 3 only)--Wear your
fanciest hat! Come see how this ties in to Grantsville's heritage.
Maypole Demonstration (May 3 only)--a Grantsville tradition revived and more!!

Concert at the Old Grantsville Church

Gary Eller and Hal Cannon: Historically Based Songs of Eastern Idaho and Northern Utah
April 10, 7 pm., Old Grantsville Church, 297 W. Clark St.

Tickets: $10 Adults, $6 students, available at Williams' Video or at
the door. (Proceeds to benefit historical songs research project and the Clark Historic Farm.)

Enjoy fun, historic music played on banjo, hand organ, harmonica and
more, in one of Grantsville's most historic buildings!
Gary and Hal have been researching pre-radio music of our area and
will play songs they have found, with special guest, Phillip Bimstein,
Emmy award-winning member of the folk ensemble, Red Rock Rondo. Gary
is a retired nuclear scientist, and Hal Cannon is the founder of the
Western Folklife Center and National Cowboy Poetry Gathering in Elko,
NV and NPR radio program producer.

Click here for more information.

**Watch for our new concert series at the Clark Farm, 1st and 3rd
Saturdays, June-August, featuring local artists.