Classics in the Courtyard

Published 12:00 am Saturday, October 10, 2009

Maisie Ingram, left, and her grandfather Leo Ingram shield themselves from the rain Friday during the first installment of Classics in the Courtyard, a weekly musical and lunch series that’s in its second year at the Southern Cultural Heritage Center. Despite the wet weather, about 100 people came out to watch performers Nicholas and Julia Blake, on stage, and Reed Bishop, and eat food by the Juke Joint Restaurant & Blues exhibit. The series will continue each Friday at noon. Entertainment is free, but lunch is $9. Reservations must be made by 5 p.m. Thursdays. Call 601-636-2997. The schedule — Friday: classic country and pop favorites by Jim Robinson and Maria Adona, lunch by Martin’s at Midtown; Oct. 23: classics pop and originals by Lee H. Abraham and the Boone Brothers, lunch by Goldie’s Express; Oct. 30: blues, rock, pop and originals by Patrick Smith, lunch by Palmertree Catering.

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