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Concerts in the Park series continues

By Staff
If you are looking for something to do in Madison this summer on a Monday night and if you enjoy good family-oriented music, the annual Concerts in the Park series at The Gazebo in downtown Madison is in full swing.
Everyone is welcome to bring their lawn chairs, blankets and a picnic dinner and enjoy the entertainment.
The concerts will be held at 7 p.m. each Monday through Aug. 26.
Here is the lineup:
* Aug. 5 – Purple Ravens (rock and roll, oldies)
* Aug. 12 – Olde Towne Brass (historical brass)
* Aug. 19 – Vally Harmony Chorus (women's four-part harmony)
* Aug. 26 – Locust &Wild Honey (contemporary Christian)
For more information, call the arts council at 885-1813.

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