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Songs, songbirds highlights of Ligonier Country Market

Mary Pickels
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Planting habitat to attract bluebirds will be part of this week’s Ligonier Market special programming.
Courtesy of Ligonier Country Market
Musician Daryl Shawn will perform at the Ligonier Country Market on July 13.

Pittsburgh-based acoustic guitarist Daryl Shawn will perform at the Ligonier Country Market from 8 a.m.-noon July 13.

Shawn is a Boston Berklee College of Music alumnus who has performed all across North America. He is known for creating the sound of a full band and putting a unique spin on familiar pop, classic rock, folk and jazz tunes, as well as his own upbeat, energetic songs, according to a market release.

Also at this week’s market, the Bluebird Society of Pennsylvania will educate and provide free literature to those interested in learning how to plant habitat to attract the songbirds. New members who join will be able to purchase a nest box kit at a discount, according to a market release.

The Bluebird Society has nest boxes at the Loyalhanna Watershed Farm Bluebird Trail and in the market area which are monitored weekly.

Daisy Mae and Lilly Lavender will be at their post in the Children’s Garden, offering visiting Market Sprouts a fun craft activity.


Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Mary at 724-836-5401, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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