Be entertained by Joan Martin, on our marvelous Hook & Hastings pipe organ. Joan Martin, native of Seymour, IN, graduated from Indiana University (Bloomington) with B.S. and M.S. degrees from the School of Education. She taught second/third grades and choir at Vaile Elementary School in Richmond and served as organist of Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church from January 1971 until the church closing in November 2017. Her organ teachers were Robert S. Byrd, Clarence Ledbetter, and Robert B. Dafler. After church music study at the University of Colorado and various workshops sponsored by ADM, she worked in more musical areas. Currently, Joan plays bells, sings in the choir, and participates in liturgical dance at First Christian Church. In addition to music activities, she began writing children’s books in 2012, with four published books to date, plus one adult book. All events last 45-50 minutes and are open to the public. Admission is free.Parking: On-street parking is available along North A, 10th St, and 11th St. There is a lot north of the church accessible from the alley between 10th and 11th Streets. The municipal parking lot on 10th St. between Main and North A is a short walk. Accessibility: The historic church presents a number of accessibility challenges. The south entrance (along North A Street) has an accessible ramp to the door. Once inside, there is a stairway of about 8 steps to the main level. On the left is a handrail, and on the right is a lift chair. The only restroom on the main level is not wheelchair accessible. If you require assistance, please contact us to see how we can facilitate your access. This program is made possible in part with support from the Wayne County Foundation and donors like you.