Preservation Parks Concert Series Present Zen Band Thursday
By Toby Boyce, on July 29th, 2012
[/media-credit]The shelter house, shown here during the Elvis Presley tribute performance by Walt Sanders on July 26, at Gallant Woods Preserve will be the site of the next Preservation Parks Thursday Evening Concerts in the Park at 7 p.m. (photo by Toby Boyce)
The Thursday Evening Concerts in the Park series is winding down with Seefair Duo wrapping it up on August 9. Everyone is invited to bring their own lawn chairs, blankets and refreshments – no alcohol – and enjoy the free shows. However, Friends of Preservation Parks will have popcorn, snow cones, and water available for a $1 donation during the show.
The Zen Band has been performing for eleven years and over the years the list of venues at which they’ve performed has grown to include weddings, festivals, corporate events, private parties and local clubs. Some of our highlighted performances include Mt. Vernon Country Club New Years Eve gala, Zanesville Country Club, Association for Developmental Disabilities 5 K run,The Grandview Hop, Gahanna Creekside Festival, and holiday parties for The Columbus Dental Association, THK Manufacturing of America, and Cardinal Solutions.
Gallant Woods Preserve is located at 2151 Buttermilk Hill Road in Delaware, Ohio. For more information call (740) 524-8000.
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