An annual tradition! Head down to Clarke Park Thursday evening for some great music played by your neighbors.
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The North Reading Community Band will perform a free concert Thursday July 16, 6:30 to 8:00 pm at Clarke Park, weather permitting. This free concert is the first the band will play for the town this summer. No rain date is scheduled. The performance has become an annual event for the Martins Pond Association. Bring a lawn chair or blanket. Some attendees even come by watercraft. Judith Allen will conduct the 20 piece concert band and has planned an entertaining program
Members of the “No Reading” Dixieland ensemble play a set during the North Reading Community Band Concert at Clarke Park. More than 50 people braved the threatening skies to come out for the event. Go to the Photos page or our Flickr group for more pictures!
Don’t miss this Thursday’s Community Band concert at Clarke Park, 6:30 — 8:00pm. Bring a chair, a blanket, a picnic…the weather’s supposed to be perfect!
Don’t miss the triumphant return of the North Reading Community Band to Clarke Park Thursday July 1 at 6:30pm. Bring the kids, a blanket and a picnic for an evening of fabulous music.
Enjoy the triumphal return of the North Reading Community Band and welcome summer on Thursday June 19th at 6:30pm. Bring a picnic, or just a chair or blanket, and enjoy the music.
A sudden squall didn’t dampen spirits at the Summer Solstice Concert by the North Reading Community Band at Clarke Park Thursday June 21. The concert was great and the audience had a great time. Let’s hope it becomes an annual event!
Hi everyone. Summer is coming! We have two Summer events coming up: Summer Solstice Concert at Clarke Park Thursday June 21st 6:30-8PM. No admission, no sales, just bring your picnic dinner and blanket or chair and enjoy an 18 piece ensemble courtesy of the North Reading Community Band. Park your boat esplanade-style. Bring some charcoal and use the new barbeque being installed this week. We hope some of you hard working volunteers will come enjoy the park you’ve worked so hard