Night Under the Stars Leads Off with Chatham Community Band, July 8th

"A Night Under the Stars" the New Providence Business and Professional Association's annual Summer Concert series will feature the Chatham Community Band on July 8 at 7:30 pm in Centennial Park in New Providence. This is the first of five Thursday evening outdoor concerts to be held in Centennial Park located on the corner of Springfield Avenue and Academy Street. The Chatham Community Band, a 65-member group that includes amateur and student musicians, is under the direction of Brian Conti.

Each week the Association provides a double header - First up is the popular Kids Shows which preceed the concert series each week. On July 8 from 6:30 to 7:15 pm the Kids will be In Motion with JoJo Russell, an exhilarating, humorous perpetual motion machine, assuring that all the kids will be entertained.

The Summer Concerts and Kids Show are free and everyone is encouraged to bring their lawn chairs or blankets. The shows are held rain or shine. If rain, the shows will be in the gym in the New Providence Municipal Center adjacent to Centennial Park, please use the Academy Street entrance.

The New Providence Summer Concert series is presented by the New Providence Business and Professional Association, and are sponsored by Braunschweiger Jewelers, Creative Wallcoverings and Interiors, Lassus Wherley and Associates, Prestige Diner, Prudential NJ Properties and Summit Medical Group.

For information please call 908-598-2532.

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