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Thursday, August 17th, 6-10pm: Play in the Park, hosted by Floyd Small Town Summer.  The Floyd Community Theater Guild will treat the community to a classic take on Huckleberry Finn, a story about the people and places along the Mississippi River, two boys, and their series of rollicking adventures that have amused readers, young and old, for over a century.


Warren G Lineberry Memorial Park
Floyd, Virginia 24091


Thursday, September 14th, 3:45-4:45: Join HoloRhythm Community Drum School  at the June Bug Center. Starting Thursday, September 14th, and every Thursday thereafter,  learn Traditional Drumming Rhythms from West Africa with CaveMan Kasey Jones. Improve your health, bring joy to yourself and your community, and have lots of laughs while creating music with your friends.

Wednesdays, 3:30-5:30: New, 4th and 5th Graders After School Strings Program. The Blue Ridge Strings Program will introduce the study of classical music on stringed instruments to elementary age children in Floyd County. Through hands on instruction and creative enrichment, the program will support growth and development by instilling a deep appreciation for music and specific skill in performance. Co-sponsored by Virginia’s Blue Ridge Music Festival and The June Bug Center (JBC), the program will offer classes at the JBC for two hours each week. The children will ride Floyd’s after-school bus to the JBC, and will receive an after-school snack before participating in a small group, one hour lesson and a musical enrichment activity.



The June Bug Center's FloydJAM students had a blast Jammin' at the Floyd Country Store and out on the streets of Floyd with seasoned local musicians on Friday night. These students are learning to harmonize, work as a team, listen, dance, sing, and play an instrument, all at the same time. They are also learning about their Appalachian history in the process.


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