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Festival of Spring Gardens music schedule

Gardens of homes in Salisbury’s Milford Hills neighborhood and country gardens in Granite Quarry are open to the public for the Salisbury Symphony Guild’s Festival of Spring Gardens this weekend.
Gardens will be open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and 1-5 p.m. Sunday. Some sites will feature live music performed by area musicians.
Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door.
For more information call 704-638-3100 or visit www.salisburysymphony.org/guild.asp
Schedule of Musical Performances: Saturday, April 12
MILFORD HILLS
Carole Young, flute: 11 a.m. Dover garden, enter via Beymer Path, 113 S. Milford Dr.
Archie Tucker, guitar: Noon-2 p.m. Polka Dots polka band: 2 p.m.. Fisher garden, 128 W. Colonial Dr.
East Rowan High School Jazz Band, Doug Morin, director: 12:30n1:30 p.m., Anderson garden, 111 W. Colonial Dr.
Lorna Anderson Brown, accordion: 1 p.m., Tripp driveway, 125 W. Colonial Dr.
GRANITE QUARRY
Carole Young, flute: 2 p.m. in Calhoun garden, 1001 N. Salisbury Ave.
Sunshine Grubbs, harp: 3-5 p.m., Shell garden, 510 Lewis St.
Sunday, April 13
MILFORD HILLS
Resurrection Brass: 2 p.m.; Second Year Strings, Overton Elementary, Carly Kotlyn, director: 3 p.m. Dover garden, enter via Beymer path, 113 S. Milford Dr.
Catawba College Children’s Choir: 2 p.m. Chamberlain Garden, 106 W. Colonial Dr.
GRANITE QUARRY
Susan Trivette, flute: 2 p.m., Calhoun Garden, 1001 N. Salisbury Ave.
Paul Cline, violin: 1 p.m.; Granite Quarry Elementary After School Strings, Carrie Webster, director: 3:30 p.m. Shell Garden, 510 Lewis St.

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