For great entertainment presented by the Friends of the Arts committee of First United Methodist Church, Missouri City, mark your calendar for Saturday, February 11. Dr. Zog, whose music has hit the world stage, will perform beginning at 4 p.m. in the church’s Fellowship Hall.
Dr. Zog took his “swampadelic” style of music to Austin in 1989 and began performing at roadhouses and festivals in Central Texas. He has a deep understanding of roots music and plays ardently with a positive message. Get ready to put on your alligator shoes and crawfish-shuffle to Zydeco grooves. His love of music makes his concerts a real party onstage.
After the concert, there will be a Gumbo-Cook-off for the Fun Folks — yes, you must be 50 or over! The Gumbo-Cook-off will be held in the church’s Fellowship Hall where there will be dancing for more fun and entertainment. If you want to compete in the Gumbo-Cook-off, make your best gumbo recipe for judging.
For more information about the concert and the Fun Folks Gumbo-Cook-off, visit us at www.fumcmc.org and click on the Friends of the Arts button. The concert is free to the public although Love donations will be graciously accepted. The First United Methodist Church is located at 3900 Lexington Blvd. in Missouri City. The cross street is Murphy Road.