Summer Serenades finds its groove

Declan Kramer

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The Summer Serenades concert series kicked off June 24 with a performance by Atomic Groove at the Carmel Valley Recreation Center.

This was the first of five concerts to be held at local parks over the next five Sundays. Left4Dead performs from 5 to 7 p.m. Sunday, July 1, at Solana Highlands Neighborhood Park.

Visit www.CVSD.com.

Photos: Jon Clark

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