Make plans now to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the first American transcontinental railroad at the Rural Hall Historic Train Depot and Railroad Museum on Friday, May 17. Adam Miller, a premier autoharpist, renowned folksinger, and natural born storyteller, will present a sing-along concert of Folksongs of the Great American Railroad at 7:00 p.m.; the Depot, which features a new gallery of steam engine era prints, will be open for tours from 5:00 p.m. until 6:45 p.m.; and Kings Hot Dogs will be onsite to satisfy food and beverage needs. Be sure to bring a lawn chair or blanket (no alcoholic beverages allowed); and don’t miss out on this free, unique, community event. See you at the Depot! (In case of inclement weather, the concert will be performed at REVO Church, 7105 Broad Street).
5 p.m. – 7 p.m. | Depot open to public
7 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. | Concert
Admission is free but donations are accepted and appreciated.
Bring a lawn chair or blanket.
No alcohol allowed.
ABOUT ADAM MILLER
Legendary folksinger, storyteller, and autoharp virtuoso Adam Miller presents a sing-along concert of Folksongs of the Great American Railroad at the Rural Historic Train Depot. An artist whose kind has dwindled to an endangered species, Adam Miller is a renowned old-school American troubadour and a natural-born storyteller. One of the premier autoharpists in the world, he is an accomplished folklorist, song-collector, and raconteur, who has amassed a remarkable repertoire of more than 5,000 songs. With his resonant baritone voice and easy audience rapport, Miller is a masterful entertainer who never fails to get his audience singing along. For more information about Adam Miller, visit his website at Folksinging.org.