Tuesday – Open 5-10. Trivia 7-9
Hosted by Heather and Kevin. Prizes for each round and overall winner.
Wednesday – Open 5-10. Robert E.S. Hall 7-10.
Thursday – Open 5-10. Martin Rodriguez 7-10.
Solo acoustic artist playing a mix of Roots, Rock, Blues and classic tunes as well as his own original music.
Friday – Open 5-10. Archaeology on Tap 5:30.
“Archaeology on Tap” encourages participants to enjoy an informal talk on archaeology topics while grabbing their favorite drink. This month, FPAN Destination Archaeology Resource Center’s Mike Thomin will be presenting “The Maroon Marines: Archaeology at Prospect Bluff.” During the War of 1812, a fort was built by Black British Colonial Marines and Indigenous people along the Apalachicola River. Called “Negro Fort” by American officials, it eventually became the center of the largest free Black settlement in what is now the United States. This talk highlights the history of this settlement and several artifacts recovered from the site that you can now view as 3D models online. This event is free and open to the public. The talk starts at 5:30pm ET, but be sure to arrive early to grab your refreshment and a good spot!
Saturday – Open 5-10. Corey Rezner 7-10.
Country and Rock Solo Artist
D & J Food Trailer will be on site with BBQ.
Check their schedule at www.facebook.com/D-and-Js-BBQ
Tuesday March 29 – Community Potluck and Open Mic, Theme will be Spring Garden.
Wednesday March 30 – Jay Gurley
Thursday March 31 – Derrick Dorsey
Saturday April 2 – A Few Miles South