Despite temperatures which eclipsed 90 degrees on Sunday, some two dozen musicians and even more spectators braved the elements to enjoy an afternoon of bluegrass and gospel music at the Limberlost State Historic Site in Geneva.
The Bluegrass Jams are held monthly throughout the summer in a shaded area just outside the cabin that served as the former home of author and naturalist Gene Stratton-Porter.
Although no admission is charged, monetary donations will be accepted.
Anyone may bring an instrument to join in the jam session by area musicians, an announcement said.
Those who attend are asked to bring lawn chairs.
The music jams take place on the third Sundays in July, August, and September from 2-4 p.m.
The events are sponsored by three Geneva businesses: Limberlost Construction Co., Downing and Glancy Funeral Home, and Case and Quart.