First Fridays at Pinecrest Grove Theater on April 7

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MOUNT MORRIS – Spring has arrived and music is in the air – and some of the best music is going to be at Pinecrest Grove Theater on Friday, April 7.

In keeping with the new schedule initiated last summer, the show will begin at 6 p.m. Musician sign-up will be half an hour earlier than last season at 5:30 p.m. Also, seating capacity in the Theatre at the Pinecrest Grove Community Center in Mt. Morris has been increased to guarantee First Friday’s fans a good seat.

The musical format will remain unchanged. After the individual performances, all of the musicians will gather on stage for a jam session to wrap up the evening’s festivities

Talented musicians from across Northern Illinois, and often neighboring states, appear on a regular basis. The music often described as New Folk or Americana is varied and includes country, bluegrass, blues, folk, mountain soul, gospel, soft rock, and eclectic mixes of all of the above. Instruments are all acoustic and a professional sound system is supplied. Participation is encouraged so bring your instrument and join the show, or kick back and listen to the music. Admission is by free will donation. Bring a friend and enjoy a great evening.

First Fridays is a part of Northern Illinois’ Friday night music scene along with 2nd Fridays in Lanark, 3rd Fridays in Franklin Grove, a new 4th Friday at the Dixon Senior Center, and special 5th Friday (when they occur) shows in Franklin Grove.

The McKendrie Street Café, directly adjacent to the theatre, features an extensive menu of quality food and beverage.

Pinecrest Grove Community Center is located six blocks south of IL Rte 64 on McKendrie Street in Mount Morris. There is ample parking in the parking lot on the northside of PGCC, plus an overflow lot on the west side of PGCC. The building is completely handicap accessible.

 

Caption: With the Pinecrest Grove Stage about 100 ft. from his Chiropractic Clinic in the Pinecrest lobby, Dr. Bruce Denton can make a rapid transition from relieving a patient’s back pain to entertaining music fans at First Fridays Open Stage Music Shows. Fortunately for all involved, he does a great job in both specialties.

 


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