The second annual “Song on the Lawn” will be from 5 to 8 p.m. Sunday on the farm of Maynard Knepp and Carol Duerksen between Goessel and Hillsboro.


GOESSEL — The second annual “Song on the Lawn” will be from 5 to 8 p.m. Sunday on the farm of Maynard Knepp and Carol Duerksen between Goessel and Hillsboro.

The mini-musical festival and meal will feature seven groups from Buhler, Wichita, Hillsboro and Goessel.

Jake Schmidt of Buhler will be on stage that evening, along with the Generation Gap, a blues/gospel group headed up by Doug Everingham of Wichita. Coming from Hillsboro will be the Lighthouse Quartet, and the Goessel/Newton area will be represented by The Book of JEBB, Bill Froese with Brian Voth, Doug and Jude Krehbiel and friends (including Rollin Schmidt) and the Country Cat Tails (Hannah and Rachel Miller and friends.)

The event will include a pulled-pork meal with all the trimmings and ice cream. Donations will be accepted for the meal and entertainment.

This is a fund-raiser for Joyful Noise Community Child Care Center in Goessel.

Directions: from Goessel, three miles north on Highway 15, four miles east, north. From Hillsboro: four miles south on Indigo, three miles west, north.

Guests should bring their own lawn chairs. In case of inclement weather, the event will be at Goessel Elementary School.