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Mount Brydges – Come on out and enjoy an afternoon of “Jazzing Up the Park” with the David Jolly Quartet at Longwoods Road Conservation Area. Everyone is welcome to tap their toes and “cut a rug” at the park pavilion on Saturday, September 12 from 1:30 pm to 4 p.m.. Many thanks to our generous community sponsors who helped to make this possible: OK Tire in Delaware, BJ’s Country Market in Delaware, CDS Pharmacy in Mount Brydges, Mount Brydges Animal Clinic, and Randy Dunlop Photographs in Mount Brydges.
The music will play on rain or shine…so bring a blanket or lawn chair and dress for the outdoors! Adults $10 each, or $5 for under 17 years.
Based out of the Woodstock area, jazz guitarist David Jolly, Brian McHugh on drums, Dean Harrison on keyboards and Pete Hysen on bass will create a smooth and mellow ambiance at our open air venue. You won’t be disappointed! Light refreshments will be available. We thank our local community in advance for their financial support in helping us sponsor this special afternoon. Check out David Jolly on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pages/David-Jolly-Jazz-Guitarist/111845825510957.
Longwoods Road Conservation Area and Ska-Nah-Doht Village are located 6.5 km west of Delaware at 8348 Longwoods Road, Mount Brydges. Just 30 minutes west of London, or 1 hour east of Chatham.
For further information about our other conservation areas, directions, all fees and facilities please visit our website www.ltvca.ca and click on the Conservation Areas tab.
For Further Information About this Event Contact:
Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority
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