Attention! 102nd Army Band Playing at High Plains Tonight

Enjoy a free concert by the highly sought-after Connecticut Army National Guard.

An continues this evening with a special performance from the Connecticut Army National Guard Band.

The performance, at the beginning at 7 p.m., is part of the town's ongoing summer concert series, according to the Milford-Orange Bulletin.

The Bristol-based 102nd Army Band is under the direction of Commander Marc Cummings, a Meriden resident. The highly sought-after band performs throughout the state, including a .

The National Weather Service forecast for Orange today calls for sunny skies with temperatures climbing to about 85 and a dropping down to a low of 66.

High Plains is located at 525 Orange Center Road. The concert is free.

amy burns July 25, 2012 at 10:53 PM
"ongoing concert series"? I thought Orange was not holding concerts this summer due to the unfortunate disbanding of the Special Events Committee? This would also curtail the Pumkin Palooza, Drive-in movies and I'm not sure about the Tree Lighting? If someone could clarify, that would be great. It would be ashame not to have these wonderful events to look forward to.
Davis Dunavin July 26, 2012 at 04:30 PM
Hi Amy! I've spoken with Parks and Rec director Dan Lynch, and word is new Special Events volunteers are being recruited, and Pumpkin Palooza is expected to continue as planned! Future concerts are possible, but again, a lot depends on Special Events Committee volunteers. As for drive-in movie night... That seems less likely. But we'll definitely stay on this here at Patch and keep you updated.
amy burns July 27, 2012 at 06:24 PM
Thank you for the info.!!


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