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House Concert: Different House (Change!)

Another Zion Church, neglected, on Goose Creek
Another Zion Church, neglected, on Goose Creek

IMPORTANT change of venu in the February 14 House Concert. Please  note: you will be very lonely in the dark if you go to Burks Fork Church on Saturday night. Mac Traynham sent along the following update:

Thanks to all who have responded to us wanting to attend our  Feb 14th concert featuring the Herald Angels.  Due to an insurance glitch we have had to move the venue from the Burkes Fork Church of the Brethren to the Zion Lutheran Church in the town of Floyd. This church is  also historic and  appropriate for an intimate performance by the Herald Angels.  Some of you may be familiar with Zion Lutheran’s Oak Grove Pavillion summer music concerts held with proceeds going to the benefit of the Floyd community.

As mentioned in the previous email we are requesting a $2 per person donation for the use of the church in addition to a suggested $10 per person  donation for the band.  For anyone who has not made a reservation and is still interested, we should have ample space available and don’t need a RSVP necessarily.  As before we will have a break with hot and cold beverages and potluck goodies.  Showtime is 7:30.


From Christiansburg

  • South on rt 8  toward Town of Floyd
  • Look for and go past   “Citizens Co-op” complex on right
  • Less than 1/4th mile turn left on Needmore Ln  (Zion Lutheran sign) which is
  • Just before Harvest Moon (on the left)
  • 1.2 miles to big white church on the left

From stoplight in Floyd

  • Rt 8 North
  • Look for Harvest Moon Natural Foodstore on right
  • Right on Needmore  just past Harvest Moon
  • 1.2 miles to big white church on the left

1 thought on “House Concert: Different House (Change!)”

  1. There must be more than one abandoned church on Goose Creek. The one that sticks in my mind’s eye was made of a darker wood – maybe the paint had all worn away? It was really close to the road …

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