Charlotte Copeland and Jim Munns of Maumelle will entertain at the fourth annual Hobbtown Days on June 2.

A musical concert by the duet known as “Arkansaw Folks” will feature Jim playing the mountain dulcimer and Charlotte playing the guitar and harmonica. They have performed in schools, libraries, churches and retirement centers across Arkansas.

They are frequent players in Mountain View where they have been featured at the Jimmy Driftwood Barn, Arkansas Folk Center and Mountain View Courthouse Square, as well as many historic museums, state parks and folk festivals. Their traditional folk music pays tribute to the strong connection between Arkansas, the country’s history and American musical heritage.

Charlotte and Jim are active members of the Arkansas Rackensack Folk Lore Society.

Hobbtown Days IV will be at 4400 Big Tree Road in Rudy. The event will begin at 2 p.m. with visiting and sharing of pictures and stories from the small community of Hobbtown, known for its hospitality.

A 3 p.m. program, consisting of a historic review of the early settlers of the area, mixed with memories and stories shared by those in attendance will provide some light-hearted moments as well as some nostalgia.

The concert by “Arkansaw Folks” will begin at 4 p.m. and will be followed by a catered meal. Donations to defray the cost of the event will be received.

The events of the day have been planned by Linda DeShazo, Mark Hobbs, Ivan Hoffman, Darrel Coleman and Glynn Parker.