GRAYS RIVER, Wash. - Celtic, classical and contemporary music will fill the Grays River Methodist Church sanctuary at this year's second Harvest Music Festival Concert at 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 13. The featured group is the Peninsula Strings, made up of Marjorie Cochrane, Rosemary Ginther and Suzanne Leonard, violin, and Barbara Bate, piano. Listeners will enjoy a mix of serious and humorous pieces such as Rossini's delightful "Cats" duet.

The Grays River Methodist Church is located between Naselle and Skamokawa, Wash., at 3624 State Route 4. As in other Harvest Festival events, the concert will be followed by refreshments. A suggested donation of $5 supports the continuation of these community concerts. For information, call Cheryl Dutcher at (360) 465-2740.


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