Free concert series is set for the summer at LCSC
Lewis-Clark State College’s Continuing Education & Community Events program will hold a free Summer Music series with six lunch-time performances and one evening performance during June and July.
The public is encouraged to bring lunch and a blanket, or chair, to the performances that will be held on the LCSC Centennial Mall lawn on Tuesdays at noon-1 p.m. A variety of music is offered and performers include June 10, Confluence Chamber Orchestra, contemporary Chamber music; June 17, Cedar Grove, tunes from the Civil War to the early 1900’s; June 24, TruNorth, contemporary Rock, Blues, Reggae, and Acoustic music; July 1, Simon Tucker Blues Band, traditional blues; July 8, Wanigan, Bluegrass; July 15, Dan Faller, alternative Folk and Country.
A special evening performance by Dan Maher, host of Inland folk on Northwest Public Radio, will be held in the SUB Amphitheater at 7:30 p.m. on July 7.
In case of rain, the concerts will move indoors to the Student Union Solarium, located on the bottom floor.
For more information on this and other Summer programming from CECE, visit www.lcsc.edu/ce ,call 792-2447, or visit the CECE offices at 415 Main Street, in the LCSC Center for Arts & History in downtown Lewiston.