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Events Coming Up in Downtown West Chester

THE LUKENS BAND at MARSHALL SQUARE PARK | Thursday, August 15, 2013

The Friends of West Chester Parks & Recreation continue the Marshall Square Park Summer Concert Series starting at 6:30pm. Free for the entire family. Featured are sounds of The Lukens Band. Bring blankets or chairs and enjoy a community picnic. For more information click here.

COMMUNITY DAY at the MELTON CENTER | Sunday, August 18, 2013

The Charles A. Melton Arts & Education Center (501 East Miner St) presents Community Day from 10am to 8pm. Family activities include a scavenger hunt, live music, food, championship basketball, and a dessert competition. Click here for more information.

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Events to Look Forward to this Weekend

Even though the weekend just came to a close, I wanted to share some events to look forward to this coming weekend! The Friends of West Chester Parks & Recreation present the Marshall Square Park Summer Concert Series starting at 6:30pm on Friday June 20, 2013. The event will be free for the entire family. Featured are sounds of Back2Life. Bring blankets or chairs and enjoy a community picnic.

Also, Craig Johnson, the bestselling author of the Sheriff Walt Longmire mystery series, is coming to the West Chester Public Library to give a talk and book signing starting at 7:00pm on Saturday June 21, 2013. Copies of his books will be available for purchase including his latest mystery: “A Serpent’s Tooth.” Space is limited; register here.

 

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Music at Marshall Square Park | July 19th

The Friends of West Chester Parks & Recreation presents the Marshall Square Park Summer Concert Series for 2012 starting at 6:30pm. Free for the entire family. Featured tomorrow is a special Billie Joel night with John Grecia. I also recieved some more information from the Marshall Square Park website stating, “Setup starts around 6PM for grilling hot dogs and hamburgers off to the side, likely using the picnic tables to set up the food, so bring your usual blankets or chairs for concert viewing. E-mail the Clarks the type of dish you would like to bring (apps, sides, desserts, drinks). This could be a great neighbor celebration!!! The more the merrier so feel free to extend the invitation.” For more information check out the flyer!

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