Hello, everyone. This week, Martin County will have everything from barefoot musicians to art festivals.
On March 12, an Americana quartet from Tennessee called The Barefoot Movement will perform at 6:30 p.m. at the Hobe Sound Public Library.
This free event will feature both original and traditional old-time string music. The down-home atmosphere the group conveys when they perform sometimes lends itself to performing without shoes, which is where they got their name from.
I also wanted to take a moment to congratulate Phyllis Parker, who was recently named as the Head of School of The Pine School. She makes school history by becoming the first female to hold the title.
Another congratulation goes out the Martin County Library System. When it comes to events for county residents, those folks do their best to give us a variety of educational, entertaining things to experience.
But if you have a question about the libraries here, or just want to know more about them, you will have the chance on March 14.
That's when Brett Lear, the Martin County Library System Director, will be at the Hobe Sound Public Library from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. to meet with the residents and answer any questions we might have. This event, as with most of the library events, is free, thanks to funding from the Friends of the Martin County Library System.
But no matter what you do this week, stay safe!
Dawn Krebs is the managing editor for the Martin County Hometown News. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.