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December 2021

Saturday Bluegrass Jam – Weekly at the Earl Scruggs Center

December 4 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Every Saturday, 1:00 pm   Musicians bring your instruments for an afternoon acoustic bluegrass jam session. All ages and playing levels welcome. Jam session may take place indoors in the Great Hall or outdoors on the court square. Visitors are welcome to join in or sit and listen.     *This jam session takes place each Saturday, except for the days when Pickin’ on the Square is scheduled in June, July, and August, or if the Earl Scruggs Center is…

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Musical Explorations

December 4 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
FREE

Kids are invited to join instructor Justin Harper as he leads a drum circle at the Earl Scruggs Center! Learn about rhythm, creativity, and improvisation during this interactive program. Rhythm instruments will be provided.   Click here to register!     Cost: Free   Musical Explorations programs are made possible by the Dover Foundation.   *Instructor is trained in American Sign Language and uses inclusive differentiation for students with disabilities     Please note that masks and 6 ft. social…

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Saturday Bluegrass Jam – Weekly at the Earl Scruggs Center

December 11 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Every Saturday, 1:00 pm   Musicians bring your instruments for an afternoon acoustic bluegrass jam session. All ages and playing levels welcome. Jam session may take place indoors in the Great Hall or outdoors on the court square. Visitors are welcome to join in or sit and listen.     *This jam session takes place each Saturday, except for the days when Pickin’ on the Square is scheduled in June, July, and August, or if the Earl Scruggs Center is…

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Coffee with the Curator

December 15 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am
FREE

Join curator Zach Dressel and special guest Dr. Natalie Bishop on Wednesday, December 15, at 10:30 AM on an exclusive first look at their new exhibit Bound by Faith: The Bibles of Cleveland County.  The curators will also talk about the conservation practices of collections and the importance of preservation of historic documents.  The program will be hosted at the Ali Pouryousefi Memorial Art Gallery in Tucker Student Center at Gardner Webb University so pleased be prepared to travel.   Click…

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Musical Explorations

December 18 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am
FREE

This guitar experience class is an introductory group lesson for young beginners who are interested in getting a taste of the guitar player’s world. We will learn about the differences between guitars as well as how to read chord chards and melodies using tablature. Instructor Justin Harper has taught guitar lessons for 17 years and this is your chance to get a FREE LESSON!   Click here to register!     Cost: Free   Musical Explorations programs are made possible…

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Saturday Bluegrass Jam – Weekly at the Earl Scruggs Center

December 18 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Every Saturday, 1:00 pm   Musicians bring your instruments for an afternoon acoustic bluegrass jam session. All ages and playing levels welcome. Jam session may take place indoors in the Great Hall or outdoors on the court square. Visitors are welcome to join in or sit and listen.     *This jam session takes place each Saturday, except for the days when Pickin’ on the Square is scheduled in June, July, and August, or if the Earl Scruggs Center is…

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September 2022

Earl Scruggs Music Festival

Friday, September 2, 2022 - Sunday, September 4, 2022
Tryon International Equestrian Center, 4066 Pea Ridge Rd
Mill Spring, NC 28756 United States

The Earl Scruggs Music Festival honors the life and legacy of American icon and musical legend, Earl Scruggs, who was born in the small Flint Hill community of nearby Cleveland County, NC. It was here in this region, surrounded by a musical family and a host of influences, where Mr. Scruggs laid the foundation for his influential and groundbreaking career. Best known for bringing the “Scruggs style” of playing the 5-string banjo to the world, he crossed musical boundaries and…

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