East Winds Symphonic Band featured Sunday at Ligonier bandstand
The East Winds Symphonic Band of Pittsburgh will perform at the Ligonier bandstand at 7 p.m. Sunday.
Now in its 30th season, the community band is comprised of 75 amateur musicians.
The band is directed by Susan Sands and plays marches, classical and popular medleys.
The invocation will be given by the Rev. Tony Joseph of the St. John the Baptist Eastern Orthodox Church in Wilpen.
The Ligonier Valley Chamber of Commerce sponsors the free, weekly event and invites the community to bring chairs and blankets and relax on the Diamond.
In case of rain, the concert will move to the auditorium inside of the Town Hall building.
Donations are collected by the Ligonier Boy Scout Troop No. 372.
For more information call 724-238-4200 or visit www.visitligonier.com.
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