Tues

July 29, 2008

 

No post yesterday. Busy, busy, busy.

 

The concert in the park series finale was appropriately climactic with local favorites Freedom Hawk performing favorites including some ZZ Top and Marshall Tucker. Good stuff and catch them while you can because lead guitarist JT Freed heads off to school soon. HAve you got a "fast right hand" I think they’re looking for a substitute.

 

You’d think it’s summer or something with the truckloads of things to do over the weekend, all without burning a lot of gas. Just over the border in Wells, Vt. the Haynes House folks will host the second music festival in their history from 11 a.m. until 9 p.m.; West Pawlet will be putting on a fireman’s carnival, lots of games and food that run until the night of Saturday, Aug. 2 and in keeping with the “East Granville” theme, Poultney has Shakespeare in the park at 7 p.m. from July 31 – Aug. 3.

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