Highland Center Is A Happenin’ Place During Maple Festival
Monterey, VA – There’s lots going on at The Highland Center during Maple Festival. There’s music, food and more and the Center itself is a great piece of Highland County history. On the first Saturday of Maple Festival, March 13, bluegrass band 220 South will do a show from 1 to 3. That’s followed by a performance by the Little Switzerland Cloggers from 3:15 to 4:15. Show your Maple Festival key chain for admission. Key chains can be purchased at the door. On Saturday evening at 7, stop by for a jazz performance by a young vocalist from Washington DC, Lena Seikaly along with guitarist Royce Campbell. Admission is $10.00. The Highland Center has additional entertainment scheduled for the second Saturday of Maple Festival.
The Highland Center was built in 1922 and served as a school until 1997. The Center is in the midst of renovation. The Center serves as a location to host events, such as those that are part of Maple Festival. It’s also a non profit, that offers small business counseling, a commercial kitchen, a farmers’ market and a youth employment program.
The Highland Center is open on Saturdays only during the Maple Festival. The Center is located on Spruce Street in Monterey.
Click on the story above for events happening at the Highland Center on the second Maple Fest Saturday.