Who knew that a group of fiddlers who also sing and dance would draw a sell-out crowd to the Winyah Auditorium in Georgetown?
That’s what happened Friday night as the Saline Fiddlers from near Ann Arbor, Michigan, performed at the refurbished Winyah Auditorium.
Pretty much every seat was taken in the Auditorium. The crowd had a terrific time, the high school kids from Saline, Mich. did a wonderful job presenting their “wall of sound” with fiddles, cellos, viola, guitars, drums and keyboard, and the singing and dancing they presented were first-rate.
Built in 1908, the Winyah Auditorium has been wonderfully restored. It’s already been the scene for other performances, fund-raising events, prayer and praise and worship meetings.
Lots of folks have worked — literally for decades — to restore the auditorium.
We’ve reported on many of those efforts.
Now, we encourage you to take advantage of the offerings at the Winyah Auditorium. Visit their Web site:
to learn more, to see the calendar or to get information about using the auditorium for your group.
The calendar of events shows that, indeed, Georgetown’s got talent.
Notice about comments:
- Most Viewed
- Sampit shooting leads to attempted murder charges
- Andrews football coach resigns
- Robbery at PI Bakery (Updated)
- Police Blotter: Teacher attacked by 7 year old
- Georgetown police name robbery suspect
- Hilliard: Police have no evidence in The Krazy Fish case
- POLICE BLOTTER: Disturbing discovery
- Three robberies, same MO, in three days
- POLICE BLOTTER: Civil War bomb found
- Obituaries, May 15, 2013