The Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield Foundation’s annual music jamboree at the historic Ray House will take place on Saturday, June 1, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Come out and enjoy the view from the hilltop while you listen to local groups playing a variety of Civil War and old time Ozarks tunes on the Ray House porch.
Schedule of Performers
|11am||The Back Porch Players||The Stickley family performs Civil War and traditional music|
|12pm||Rowan’s Crossing||Jennifer and James Bennett play and sing traditional Irish and Civil War tunes|
|1pm||Playground||Old time music with Gail Morrissey on hammer dulcimer|
|2pm||Ripplin’ Creek||Traditional Ozark music with Bill and Ann Riggs, Bill Wood, Mike Latshaw, Fred Keil and Dennis McBride|
|3pm||Ozark Mountain Dulcimers||Dennis Norwood|
Bring your lawn chairs and plan to stay a while. The Foundation will be serving period refreshments, Janet Caudillo will be doing hand spinning demonstrations, and the Ray House will be open for visitors. The event is free with regular battlefield admission of $5 per person or $10 for a carload. For more information, call the Foundation office at 417-864-3041.