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Brasstown NC - Brasstown Ringers Holiday Concerts

Brasstown Ringers

Brasstown Ringers is an advanced handbell group, established in 1992 by Pat and Henry Meinecke. it is currently under the direction of Linda Sterrett. The group is based in Brasstown, NC and members come from southwestern NC, northern GA and western TN.

The holiday concert schedule for 2019 is:

Friday, December 6 7 pm First United Methodist Church, 66 Harrison Ave, Franklin, NC

Saturday, December 7 7 pm Hope Lutheran Church, 3295 Old Hwy 5 S, Ellijay, GA

Sunday, December 8 5 pm First United Methodist Church 146 Scenic Dr, Copperhill, TN

Friday, December 13 7 pm John C Campbell Folk School 1 Folk School Rd, Brasstown, NC

Sunday, December 15 5 pm Sharp Memorial United Methodist Church 1114 Main St, Young Harris, GA

For more information, visit Face Book @brasstownringers

December 13, 2019

Cost: Free, donations accepted



John C. Campbell Folk School
1 Folk School Road
Brasstown , NC 28902

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Contact: Evie Miller

Phone: 469-446-0664

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