BBQ and Bluegrass at Baruch
Celebrate fall with a barbeque and bluegrass concert at Hobcaw Barony,
the Baruch Plantation at the tip end of the Waccamaw Neck on Saturday,
November 17. Party participants can enjoy the sunset from the dock, a
cold beer, a handful of boiled peanuts and a plate full of pork. Inside
the lodge, around the fire pit or at the screen porch, the Southern
sounds of music make you happy to be in the Lowcountry. SAWGRASS, one
of the premiere bluegrass bands on the Grand Strand, brings its
“AcoustiLectricBlueGrass” to Hobcaw’s Pond Pavilion with acoustic and
electric guitars, banjo, dobro, mandolin, keyboard and amazing
Impressing former Pawleys Island Festival of Music and Art concert
goers and among many venues, loyal customers at Pawleys Island Tavern,
SAWGRASS has opened for the bands Acoustic Syndicate, Leftover Salmon,
Blueground Undergrass,The Nashville Bluegrass Band and The Marshal
Tucker Band. Sawgrass has been joined on-stage by SC’s own Mark Bryan
from Hootie and the Blowfish. They put on a show that creates a
Bluegrass is a form of “American roots music,” inspired by Appalachia’s
18th century Scottish, Irish, and English traditions andinfluenced by
African-American jazz. Bluegrass pioneer Bill Monroe describes
bluegrass as “Scottish bagpipes and ole-time fiddlin’, blues and jazz.
It’s Methodist and Holiness and Baptist!”
Just as the music reflects a diverse culture, your library plans to build
The Library Center-Waccamaw, a larger facility and a heritage center,
which reaches out to our diverse community. Join us on Saturday, Nov.
17 from 3:30pm to dusk for BBQ and Bluegrass at Baruch. Families
welcome to this fundraiser.
Tickets, $50 adults/$15 children under 16,
go are on sale and should be bought ahead of time through The
Library Center atTLCWaccamaw@gmail.com or call 843-979-0561.