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Summer Band Series
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Tuesday, June 24th 2014 - 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

The 2014 summer band series held in the Riverside Park Amphitheater and sponsored by Yankton Area Arts, will begin on June 3rd and continue until July 8.

This year the Board of Directors of the Cramer-Kenyon Home will support that series of events by inviting those who plan to attend to first come to 509 Pine Street and enjoy a glass of lemonade and a stroll through the gardens while seeing and learning about the plants and flowers surrounding the lovely home, the carriage house and the gazebo.

Care has been taken to offer for display flowers and shrubs which are identical to or similar to those which grew in the period of time during which the Cramer and Kenyon families inhabited the home.

The “Open Garden Party” will be from 6:30 until 7:30 p.m. just before each of the 6 Community Band Concerts; no admission is charged and no reservations are necessary. Come and enjoy an enjoyable hour at the close of a summer day.

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