Jazz in the Meadow with Bill Evans

Join us for Jazz in the Meadow with Bill Evans on July 28th. Champagne reception at 6:30pm with concert to follow at 7:30pm. Advanced ticket purchase recommended. Tickets $250/ea. 

Enjoy the music in the landscape of our recently protected 88-acre Weil Preserve. 

More information at www.nsolf.org. 

Contact Information
  1. North Salem Open Land Foundation
  2. 9146695860
  3. amanda@nsolf.org
Sat, July 28
6:30 pm — 10:30 pm
Add to My Calendar 07/28/2018 6:30pm 07/28/2018 10:30pm America/New_York Jazz in the Meadow with Bill Evans

Join us for Jazz in the Meadow with Bill Evans on July 28th. Champagne reception at 6:30pm with concert to follow at 7:30pm. Advanced ticket purchase recommended. Tickets $250/ea.

Enjoy the music in the landscape of our recently protected 88-acre Weil Preserve.

More information at www.nsolf.org.

3 Willow Lane North Salem, NJ 10560

Weil Preserve

3 Willow Lane
North Salem, NJ 10560

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