Delmont band to perform free show sponsored by Ligonier Valley Chamber of Commerce
The 30-member Delmont Area Concert Band, under the direction of Lois Snyder, will play secular, classical, marches, novelty, swing, jazz, patriotic and program music on the Diamond bandstand stage 7 p.m. Sunday. The free concert is sponsored by the Ligonier Valley Chamber of Commerce. Bring chairs or a blanket and enjoy the concert.
The invocation will be given by the Rev. David Wasemann of the Harmony Grove and Grace Chapel Lutheran Church.
However, donations are collected by Boy Scout Troop No. 375. Band concerts are held outdoors. In case of inclement weather the concerts will be held in the Town Hall auditorium.
For more information on the concert or other activities, contact the chamber office at 724-238-4200 or visit www.visitligonier.com.
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