Please mark your calendar for Saturday, June 26, 2021. You are invited to attend an informal gathering of the Byron Herbert Reece Society at the Reece Farm.
Since many of us haven’t visited the Reece Farm since before the pandemic, the Society Board felt that a Spring outing would be a wonderful way for the members of the Society to enjoy the company of other members surrounded by the beauty of the Farm that we all love. We have scheduled our gathering event at 3 PM to 5 PM. It will be casual and impromptu. Members will be free to mix, mingle and tour the Farm and exhibits. The Barn Museum and the Pentecost Appalachian Tool Shed will be open for your enjoyment. Friends and relatives are also welcome.
Separate from the Reece Society event, “The Wilderness Pickers” has been scheduled from 1 PM to 3PM in the pavilion prior to our gathering. That part of the afternoon is open to the public . You are also welcome to come, bring lawn chairs and join them in the pavilion. If you have not had a COVID vaccination, it is suggested that a mask be worn.
Society Members, along with Board Members, who are interested in helping plan and/or volunteering to work at the 7th Annual “Maters and Music Festival are invited to participate in a brief meeting around 4PM to discuss the planning of the Festival which is scheduled for August 11th.
Our Annual Membership Meeting is scheduled in September with details to be announced later.
Please RSVP by June 16th for this June 26th BHRS Gathering event by calling 770-561-1922, emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org or Mailing a response to Jerri Gill, 5266 Byers Road, Gainesville, Georgia 30504. Thank you!
The 6th Annual “Maters and Music Festival” sponsored by The Byron Herbert Reece Society at The Reece Farm is featuring 7 different types of performances throughout the day beginning at 10AM and lasting until 4Pm on Saturday, August 10th. Check out the complete list of singers on other posts on this FB Page. There is a lot of variety and a lot of talent, making for a fabulous day of fun, fellowship with neighbors, good food, and entertainment. Some people like Gospel Music; Some like Country; Some like Western; Some like Bluegrass; and some like all of the above. A special treat is by James Spiva who has set some of Byron Herbert Reece’s ballads to music. Beautiful and touching ballads! I hope you come out and enjoy this special day at the Reece Farm. Don’t forget to speak to the Farm Animals, walk by the Creek and admire the Sculptures and the Barn. If there’s not enough time in the day, come again. The Farm and exhibits are open Wednesday through Saturday from 10:00 A.M. until 4:00 P.M. FREE.