Strumming all weekend long at Appalachian Acoustic Music Weekend

Roy King (left), Jeff Langworthy and JR Rhodebeck play a song during the open mic session at the Appalachian Acoustic Music Weekend on Friday at the Mohican Lodge and Convention Center. TOM E. PUSKAR/TIMES-GAZETTE.COM
Roy King (left), Jeff Langworthy and JR Rhodebeck play a song during the open mic session at the Appalachian Acoustic Music Weekend on Friday at the Mohican Lodge and Convention Center. TOM E. PUSKAR/TIMES-GAZETTE.COM

PERRYSVILLE - The annual three-day Appalachian Acoustic Music Weekend kicked off Friday evening at Mohican Lodge and Conference Center with an open mic stage.

The event includes acoustic music all weekend (jamming throughout the lodge) and country cooking in the dining room.

The movie "The Mountain Minor" was scheduled for 2 p.m. Saturday with a concert by April Verch at 8 p.m. Saturday. Sunday's schedule was a gospel sing at 10:30 a.m.

Acoustic jamming all weekend.

All events are free and open to the public.

Pam Hunt plays a song on an autoharp during the open mic session at the Appalachian Acoustic Music Weekend at the Mohican Lodge and Convention Center. TOM E. PUSKAR/TIMES-GAZETTE.COM
Pam Hunt plays a song on an autoharp during the open mic session at the Appalachian Acoustic Music Weekend at the Mohican Lodge and Convention Center. TOM E. PUSKAR/TIMES-GAZETTE.COM

This article originally appeared on Ashland Times Gazette: Mohican Lodge sets up state for Appalachian Acoustic Music

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