Robin and Linda Williams will appear in concert at the D. Geraldine Performing Arts Center on US 220 in Fincastle on Saturday, Jan. 7, 2017 at 7 p.m.

Each year the Twelfth Night Charity presents a concert of free family entertainment for the entire community. The charity concert has its origin at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Fincastle where the first concert was held over 30 years ago. The concert is free to the public, but admission tickets are required due to limited seating.

Patrons are requested to bring food and money as voluntary offerings for the two benefiting charities. Proceeds are divided equally between the Botetourt Country Food Pantry and the Botetourt County Social Services Emergency Fuel Fund. The Food Pantry gives food to needy families and provides other emergency assistance, while the Emergency Fuel Fund assists economically depressed families and individuals having difficulties paying utility bills.

For more than three decades Robin and Linda Williams have delighted audiences large and small with a blend of bluegrass, folk, old-time and acoustic country that truly merits the title of “American music.”  They have appeared on “The Grand Ole Opry,” “Austin City Limits,” American “Mountain Stage” and “Music City Tonight,” and have enjoyed the rejuvenation of The Hopeful Gospel Quartet on Garrison Keillor’s “A Prairie Home Companion.”

The concert is organized and produced by volunteers from St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Fincastle, and the local community. Advance tickets will be available in December at Bank of Botetourt branches, at Digital Image Printing in Daleville, and by mail at 12th Night Concert, Attn: Treasurer, P.O. Box 277, Fincastle, 24090. Mail requests should include a self-addressed and stamped return mail envelope. Additional information is available at www.stmarksfincastle.org or office@stmarksfincastle.org or call 473-2370.

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