Concerts are a draw for families

Each week, the crowd grows at Fletcher Cove Park as more and more families discover Concerts at the Cove. Bring a picnic dinner and enjoy free, live music by local folk, blues and Americana artists from 6 to 8 p.m. every Thursday night.

The schedule for the rest of the summer:
July 24 – Shawn Rohlf
July 31 – Alex Woodard
Aug. 7 – Gregory Page
Aug. 14 – Billy Watson
Aug. 21 – Michael Teirnan Aug. 28 – Shawn Rohlf

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  3. Summer brings ‘Star Trek’ exhibit, free outdoor films

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