There will be an afternoon of acoustic music in the bluegrass vein this Sunday, June 30, at the annual Sharon Center United Methodist Church festival.  

Lunch will be available starting at 11:30 a.m., and the host band Sharon Praise, unplugged, will be the first band starting at 12:15 p.m.  

Coming from Ryan, the Anderegg Family will bring a youthful perspective to their show.  

The Messengers, from Viola, are known for their country harmonies and are making their second appearance at this festival.   

Annie Savage, a well known fiddler with musical performance experience around the nation, has returned to Iowa to make her home. She and the Savage Hearts are making their first appearance at this festival.  

Local favorites, The Great Bluegrass Herons, will close out the program with some traditional bluegrass gospel, fresh treatments of old songs and originals both thought provoking and funny. 

There is no admission fee for the event. A freewill offering is appreciated.  

The festival will be outdoors, weather permitting, and if not, will be moved indoors.

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