Hills to come alive with tomorrow’s performance
December 9, 2012 by Sarah
Holiday Music with the Hills of Kentucky Dulcimers will offer guests some of the bests ‘Hills’ music in the form of Christmas carols. Guests will be able to enjoy a great performance while humming or sing aloud with the group, which is quickly approaching its 10th year anniversary and plays at many facilities each year.
The Hills of Kentucky Dulcimers is a club that is non-profit and, at present, has more than 100 active members from the community. It provides live entertainment each year at festivals, nursing homes, local schools, local libraries, and many other venues in the area. This group’s mission is to promote Appalachian lap dulcimer music, as well as the rich history to old and young.
During this performance, guests may see musical instruments like train whistles, flutes, fiddles, mandolins, washtub basses, and autoharps, but there will also be more traditional instruments used as well. The group plays an extensive collection of music, from traditional folk to old time country gospel, with fingers moving so fast over the instruments, the audience will be amazed.
This group promotes its events using flyer printing, so that the majority of people are reached within the community. The Holiday Music with the Hills of Kentucky Dulcimers is free to attend and will be happening tomorrow, December 10, at the Kenton County Public Library, Erlanger Branch, located at 401 Kenton Lands Road in Erlanger, Kentucky. For further information, visit the Kenton County Public Library, Erlanger Branch website or call the branch at 859-962-4000.