Music is back at the Rickman Store

Music lovers are starting to gather again each Friday at the historic Rickman Store in Franklin. Everyone is invited to join to play and sing along.

Sally DeLawter from the Nikwasi Dulcimer players opened the musical season and will continue offering her musical talents every week. Visitors will also be able to enjoy tunes by Richard Byrd on the mandolin, his grandson Tristan on the banjo and Arnold “Smoky” Burnette on the guitar.

The Friends of the Rickman Store invite the community to visit the historic building every Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. A special exhibit of collectibles will be in display.

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