For anyone interested in going back in time, they have the opportunity to venture to the 1960s at an upcoming family event at the McMinnville-Warren County Senior Center’s “Back to the ‘60s” night on Saturday at 6 p.m. Attendees are encouraged to dress in their favorite rock and roll attire.
A slate of ‘60s songs will be provided by Billy and Rhonda Kitchen. Billy has been entertaining crowds since 1967 when he formed the group “Billy and the Dreamers.” They played many shows in North and South Carolina, and were opening act for many touring artists. He moved to Nashville writing songs and performing at local clubs. His first solo album, "Redneck Cowboy," was released in 2002 and was inducted into The Traditional Country Opry in 2010.
Tickets for the fun night are $5 for a single, $8 for a couple, and $2.50 for 11 and under. A concession stand will be available for guests, and the event is open to the public.
“We are excited about this function,” said director Cheryl Mingle. “I know it will be fun for all ages, and we will be raising funds for the center at the same time.”
The Senior Center is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, located at 809 Morrison St.
For more information, contact 931-473-6559.