Audubon Society offering concerts
GREENSBURG – The Potomac Valley Audubon Society offers a series of free outdoor concerts this summer at its Yankauer Nature Preserve north of Shepherdstown.
The Society’s 7th annual “Music in the Cedars” concert series is held from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. every Tuesday evening in August and September.
The concerts are held rain or shine in the preserve’s covered pavilion. There is no fee and anyone is welcome to attend.
Aug. 31: The Outpatients.
Sept. 7: Daryl Bryarly.
Sept. 14: Rolling Coyotes. (779music.com/rollingcoyotes).
Sept. 21: Betty Jo and Scott Rockwell will be joined by their daughter Gena
Sept. 28: Steve Cifala.
Those who attend the concerts are welcome to bring their own picnic suppers, but the preserve does not have trash pick up so everyone is asked to carry out everything they bring in.
Picnic tables will be available in the pavilion on a first-come, first-served basis.
Attendees also may bring their own chairs or picnic blankets for their comfort. Please leave pets at home.
Directions to the nature preserve are posted on the PVAS website at the following site: www.potomacaudubon.org. For more information, contact the society by e-mail at the following: PVASmail@aol.com or telephone at 304-676-3397.
The Potomac Valley Audubon Society is a United Way of the Eastern Panhandle partner agency, and it also is a member of the Combined Federal Campaign.