In addition to the visual art there will be live music presented on Friday evening by local musician, Jim Hayes, at the Olde Town Hall Restaurant & Pub. And on Saturday, starting at 10 am, Randy Bright will perform. At 11 am visitors can enjoy Susan Taylor, and at noon Richard Gibbons and at 1 pm Dean Cook.
This year’s theme for the event is “Opening Doors to Art & History” which opens up a whole new area for presentations. On Saturday, starting at 10am family members and citizens will share history and stories about homes and churches in The Manors and Chapels Roundtable presentation, at 11am the Go Forth Communicators present “History of Ridgeway” and at 1:30 pm at Ruff Furniture the Cultural Communicators will present a program with “Freedom” as the topic.
The Ridgeway Museum located on the upper floor of the Century House will be open from 10am to 4pm and the Old Ruff Store Museum in Downtown Ridgeway will be open from noon to 4pm.
All day long, from 10am until 4pm, you can bring stories and pictures of your historic house and meet with Wade Fairey of Roots & Recall. Wade Dorsey with the SC Archives will also be available to share the history of the area as well as talk about Sherman’s March through Fairfield County. Additionally, representatives from the Fairfield County Genealogical Society will also be on-hand.
Posted on May 1st, 2015.