Charleston Musicians to Play in ‘Sweets & Sounds’
Camp Washington-Carver will present its musical entertainment series, “Sweets and Sounds,” at 3 p.m. on the next two Sundays.
The one-hour concerts on Sept. 14 and Sept. 21 will be followed by delicious homemade desserts in the Great Chestnut Lodge of the Fayette County venue.
The Sept. 14 Sweets and Sounds will feature The Carpenter Ants, a Charleston-based group specializing in rhythm and blues, gospel/ soul and country/funk.
The series concludes on Sept. 21 with Angie Richardson, a traditional gospel singer and musician, also based in Charleston.
For more information about the Sweets and Sounds musical entertainment series or to make reservations for the concerts, call (304) 558-0220, ext. 130.
A scenic retreat listed in the National Register of Historic Places and operated by the West Virginia Division of Culture and History, Camp Washington-Carver is located adjacent to Babcock State Park just off U.S. 60 (Midland Trail) on Route 41 South in Clifftop, Fayette County.
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