The Townsend Military Band is scheduled to play a concert from the band stand on the Townsend Common every Thursday evening in August.
The Townsend Fire/EMS Relief Association and David’s Harp, a ministry of the First Baptist Church of West Townsend, will each have concessions at the lawn party to be held in conjunction with the Townsend Military Band’s Aug. 1 concert.
Townsend Fire/EMS personnel will be selling hot dogs, hamburgers and sausages, cold soda and bottled water, and will set up the Moonwalk, penny pitch and ring toss games.
David’s Harp volunteers will be selling fried dough, popcorn and ice cream, plus offering handmade crafts for sale and running several games for children.
The Townsend Military Band will open its concert at 7:30 p.m. by playing a fanfare and Alford’s “My Hero.” “A Song of India,” by RImsky-Korsakow, the “Second Suite for Military Band in F-Major,” by Hoist, and “It Might As Well Be Spring,” by Rogers will be performed. Bernstein’s “Overture to Candide,” “The Cardinal” and “Great Themes From Great Italian Movies,” arranged by Cacavas, will be played. Prior to the intermission, the Townsend Band will perform “Lilt of the Latin,” by Bennett and “The Free Lance Mark,” by Sousa.
“The Broadway Showstoppers” arranged by Barker, the “Radetzky Mark,” arranged by Reed, and the “Selection of Cole Porter Songs,” arranged by Bennett, will be included in the second portion of the concert.
The Townsend Military Band will conclude its concert at 9:30 p.m. after playing several more marches and the “Star Spangled Banner.”