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Ligonier Country Market features musical entertainment

| Wednesday, July 31, 2013, 9:06 p.m.

DruidSong, featuring folk/Celtic musician Bruce Golightly, will perform a range of music — from tragic to romantic and dramatic to comic — Saturday at the Ligonier Country Market. DruidSong has appeared at the Penns Colony Festival and the Ligonier Highland Games. Golightly will perform on both the six- and 12-string guitar, tin whistle and bodhran. Learn more about this music at www.druidsong.com

He will sing popular “folk” music.

The Art Room will bring fun and creativity to the Kid's Corner The market will provide materials for kids to create works of art to take home. For more information, go to www.theartroomligonier.com.

Children will work with a variety of art materials and art processes, develop skills in drawing, painting, sculpture and print making.

More than 120 market vendors will offer farm fresh produce and arts and crafts and food vendors 8 a.m. to noon Saturday.

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