It’s Bluegrass & BBQ for the Turner Center’s Music in the Art Park concert on Friday, Nov. 13, from 7-9 p.m., featuring Lost Dogs Found—a bluegrass band from Hahira, Ga., who were recently inducted into the Georgia Country Music Hall of Fame. Sponsored by FLO Custom Apparel & Design and Johnson’s Frames & More, the concert is one of several FREE outdoor community events that have taken place this year in the Art Park, located at 605 N. Patterson Street.

Woodstack BBQ Tavern and The Pour House Mobile will be the onsite food and beverage vendors for this event, and Fifth Day Farms will bring some favorite, furry friends for a pop-up petting zoo.

Community members are invited to bring their blankets or lawn chairs to this family and pet friendly event, and relax in the park while safely distancing and enjoying the music.

The Music in the Art Park concerts take place on the second Friday of every month, March through November, from 7-9 p.m., and feature local favorite musicians. The Turner Center would like to thank the following local business sponsors who have made these concerts free to the community this year: Coleman-Talley; Platinum Roofing; Happy Tailz Grooming Salon; IPG Architects & Planning; Brandon, Rackley & Dukes; Mackey Lumber Company; Chuck Ramsey; FLO Custom Apparel & Design; and Johnson’s Frames & More.

The Turner Center is currently planning for its Spring 2021 concert series. For information about the concert series or sponsoring one of the future concert events, contact the Turner Center at 229.247.2787, visit www.turnercenter.org, or connect with us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Patrons who need special assistance may contact the Center to make arrangements.