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Song Stories with Cory King at Mayfield Cultural Center
The Mayfield Cultural Center will proudly present Cory King at 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 13. We all have a story. And for people like local pianist Cory King, those stories are best told through music. Join Cory for an intimate journey through some of his favorite piano music - from classical to modern, original to improvised. Hear the stories behind the songs and how the music has shaped Cory's own life story. Tickets are $20 and includes a fabulous dessert reception. The Mayfield Cafe will be open two hours prior to the show for dinner and is located on the second floor; the concert will be in the Chapel on the main level. Please call (573) 238-8515 for tickets or more information. Reservations required for the show only.
The Mayfield Cultural Center, a project of the Will Mayfield Heritage Foundation, is located at 209 Mayfield Drive in Marble Hill, Missouri. The Mayfield Café and the Mayfield Cultural Center are open Thursday through Sunday from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. Many functions of the 501(c)3 non profit organization are run by volunteers and may require an appointment. To make reservations or purchase tickets you can reach them at (573) 238-8515 during regular business hours. The Mayfield Cultural Center can also be found on Facebook. Admission for the Aug. 13 event is $20, doors open at 6:30 p.m.