The public is invited to attend Music for Vade Mecum on Saturday, July 15th at 7pm at The Arts Place of Stokes, 500 N. Main St., Danbury, NC 27016. $5 Admission for those 12 and over. Tales of staff pranks, misadventures and ghost stories will be told in a camp fire like setting framed by music by Greg Hunsucker and Skip Staples.
“The goal of Music for Vade Mecum”, says Janis Henderson-Hunsucker, “is to raise funds to restore the buildings and facilities at the former Camp Sertoma property which is now part of Hanging Rock State Park. Attendees will hear stories from 1983-2013 when the property was a 4-H summer camp along with some great local music”.
Mrs. Henderson-Hunsucker serves on the board of the Stokes County Arts Council, teaches art at North Stokes High School, and leads historic tours of Vade Mecum with Friends of the Sauratown Mountains.
Come to Music for Vade Mecum and learn why this spot in Stokes County is so special to so many people from all over the world.