||Everly Brothers Heritage Day
*8-11 a.m., Earl May Seed & Nursery Co. Founders Day 100th Anniversary, Free Pancake Feed at Earl May Headquarters, 208 N. Elm St. Earl May was Everlys’ first employer on KMA radio.
*11 a.m.– 1 p.m. George Jay Drug Soda Fountain Social, an Everly Brothers’ favorite, 612 W. Sheridan Avenue.
*1–5 p.m. Visit Everly Childhood Home (First 50 visitors will receive an Earl May 100th Anniversary vinyl tote bag filled with Shenandoah deals & info.) and Shenandoah Historical Museum 800 W. Sheridan Avenue featuring:
Shenandoah Everly Brothers Popup Museum, pickup free brochures & Valley News event tabloid
Presentation of Everly House digital preservation by University of Iowa
For Sale- 1986 Homecoming Concert t-shirts, posters & photo books, Everly calendars w/memberships to Historical Museum & Shenandoah Everly Foundation.
*1:30, 3:30, 4:30 p.m. Debut screening of new documentary “Everly Brothers Music Beginnings in Shenandoah” Plus Everly Brothers Experience, Earl May, & KMA videos
*2-2:45 p.m. Community Panel discussion & memories of Everlys Growing up in Shenandoah & 1986 Homecoming
*4-5 p.m. Presentation by John Schneider, The Radio Historian www.theradiohistorian.org, history of Shenandoah’s KFNF & KMA Radio
*3-4 p.m. Guided Tours of KMA Radio Studio, 209 N. Elm St.
*7 p.m. Everly Brothers Experience Concert by Zmed Brothers & Bird Dogs Band, High School Auditorium, advance tickets $15, $20 door. Get tickets at Shenandoah Chamber, Depot Restaurant or online www.shenandoahiowa.net.
*9 p.m. Music at the Depot Restaurant by the Minnahoonies
||800 W. Sheridan Ave. and 1000 Mustang Drive
||8 a.m.- 11 a.m. pancakes at Earl May, 1 p.m. -5 p.m. downtown and 7 p.m. concert