GREENVILLE — Local residents are invited to cool off under the shade trees and groove to the music as they take a break and enjoy their mid-day meal on Friday. Greenville Public Library’s July “Lunch on the Lawn” will be held on the 10th due to the holiday weekend before.
Guests are welcome to bring their own lunch or purchase one from D’Alessios at the white tent for $7. The menu is a sandwich (chicken salad croissant or Italian sandwich), salad (macaroni or fruit), potato chip, cookie and a drink (lemonade, water or iced tea). As always, $1 of every lunch sold is donated to Main Street Greenville with whom the library partners for these events.
Music will be provided by sisters Hailey and Heather Harshbarger, who sing a wide variety of genres from 50’s tunes, the Beatles, country — to some of their own songs.
The girls started singing at church, joining their mom in the choir. Later they played coffeeshops and open mike nights. Their dad loves to hear them sing and scouts out venues. They’ve performed at The Coffee Pot and Bread of Life Bookstore locally.
Hailey and Heather feel called to sing and to share God’s love and “to make people happy.” They’ll perform from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. In case of extreme heat or rain, the event will be moved to First United Methodist Church, 202 W. 4th St.