Counterpoint to sponsor day of music
Flint Hills Counterpoint, 1660 E. 90th, Peabody, will sponsor a day of music and environmental information June 4 at director Susan Mayo’s home at 1660 90th Rd.
Eugene Friesen, an award-winning composer and cellist, will perform during a sunset concert that will include the WoodFest Symphonia and Flint Hills Counterpoint Community Choir. The choir will be led by Tabor College music director Greg Zielke.
Activities will begin at 1 p.m., and musical performances will continue throughout the afternoon. Several artists will present artwork.
Visitors will tour a land reclamation site and learn about land conservation, invasive trees, and native grasses.
Activities for younger visitors will include mural painting, birdhouse art, and a goat petting zoo.
Local food trucks will be available.
Tickets cost $30 for general admission and $20 for Marion County residents. The driveway to the site is one-quarter mile west of Pawnee and 90th.
Mayo is encouraging people to buy tickets in advance at flinthillscounterpoint.org or by sending checks, made out to Prairie Muses, to Susan Mayo, 1660 90th Rd., Peabody KS 66866.
Mayo can be contacted at (316) 258-2342 for more information.
Last modified May 18, 2022