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Sundays in the park start July 14
Concerts on the Cove's summer series Sundays in the Park begins Sunday, July 14, at 2 p.m. with a free band concert at Coupeville Town Park Pavilion.
Sponsored by Concerts on the Cove and the town of Coupeville, this begins the 15th season of Sunday concerts in the park.
The 133rd Army National Guard Band from Camp Murray will be spending a week practicing at NAS Whidbey and offered Concerts on the Cove their services if all publicity and setup would be handled by the Central Whidbey organization.
Sundays in the Park summer series gives locals and visitors a chance to be part of Americana. Adult tickets are $5 and all students and children are admitted at no charge. This gives a family the opportunity to attend a Sunday afternoon concert for $10. Season tickets are available for $40 per family. Remember, the first concert July 14 is free.
With new play equipment in Town Park, children have the opportunity to listen to some of the concert while playing on new swings and slides.
The remaining Sunday concerts for the summer include last year's favorite Pearly Django on July 21, Pacific Brass on July 28, Celtic Magic on Aug. 4 and Generation Gap on Aug. 25. The sixth concert of the series will be a Saturday night concert in Smith Barn on Ebey's Prairie during Coupeville Arts and Crafts Festival with a repeat performance by Dillinger's Clambake.
For more information about season tickets contact Irene Mueller at 678-4453. Or go to the Web site,