Prairie Smoke will be bringing their lively folk music to Old Main in Galesville on Friday, September 29, at 7:30 p.m. The band serves up rousing renditions of everything from Irish jigs, reels, and airs to original songs that stem from their roots in the Coulee region. Reflecting the influences of Celtic and American folk traditions, their performances include a variety of musical instruments, including penny whistle, flute, fiddle, mandolin, mountain dulcimer, hammered dulcimer, banjo, guitar and upright bass. The concert takes place in the third floor auditorium. Fiber arts will be on display in the multi-purpose room on the second floor, which includes crocheting by Darlene Walls, weaving by John Richason, and knitting by Laurie Hovell.
People are discovering Old Main to be a venue that features some of the finest talent in the Coulee region in a setting that is acoustically inviting and welcomes a warm relationship between the audience and entertainers.
Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for college students. Performances are free to people in high school and younger.
Old Main is located at 20869 College Avenue in Galesville. Turn into Galesville at the stoplights. From the Galesville square, take West Gale or West Ridge Avenue to County Road T. From T, turn south at 12th Street, then turn right on College Avenue. Signs will be posted.