Carmel Valley Summer Serenades

Louis and Nancy Novak

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The 2012 Carmel Valley Rec. Center Summer Serenades concert series concluded at the Carmel Valley Recreation Center July 22  with the return of Upstream and their smooth reggae sounds.

Photos/Jon Clark

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