Thursday, August 12, 2010
Hidden Treasures to return this Thursday
By SUE WATSON
Hidden Treasures was rained out Thursday evening but is expected to be back on Thursday, Aug. 12, at 6:30 p.m. on North Center Street in Holly Springs.
Bring your lawn chairs and some cool drinks and sit a spell. The music is provided free to the bike rally every Thursday evening with second and third generation blues players and singers providing music for riders and visitors.
The restaurants are open around the square for the evening so if you get hungry there will be plenty of food available nearby.
For the first two Hidden Treasures events the newspaper overlooked a group of singers and players who provided the equipment and played and jammed. They are Ralph Waller and The Tuff Street Band with Willie Mae Tidwell-Alshadly, James Lee “Tot” Lester, Jason Wilburn on drums and Brown Sugar.
“I was there from the beginning,” Waller said. “That’s my equipment.”
The South Reporter appreciates those who provide the newspaper photos of the event or a summary of who came out to enjoy the fun and who provided entertainment.
“I am so excited that Main Street has gotten active in putting on events that are going to bring people to our square and help it to once again become the center of Holly Springs, not just geographically but socially,” said Lisa Liddy, a big Main Street promoter.
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