TOWNSEND — The Townsend Fire/EMS Relief Association will host the lawn party at the Townsend Military Band’s Thursday, July 13, concert on the Townsend Common.
Townsend Fire/EMS personnel will be selling hot dogs, hamburgers, cheeseburgers, bacon cheeseburgers, and sausages to hungry concertgoers. They will also have fried dough, baked goods, and cold soda and bottled water for sale. Fire/EMS personnel will set up several games, a bouncy house, and a dunk tank on the common that evening for the enjoyment of young people attending the concert.
The Townsend Military Band under the direction of Thomas Souza will open its concert at 7:30 p.m. by playing “Amparito Roca’ arranged by Winter and the “Bacharach and David Medley.” “Cherish” arranged by Decamp, “California Dreaming/Monday, Monday,” arranged by Holcomb, and “The Carpenters,” arranged by Schaefer will be performed.
The “Sounds of Simon and Garfunkel” arranged by Burden, Cahill’s arrangement of the “Theme From New York, New York,” “Highlights From the Jersey Boysm” arranged by Brown, and Canito’s “Bicentennial of America March” will be included in the first portion of the concert.
Following intermission, Lavender’s adaption of the “March from 1941” and “The Symphonic Marches,” arranged by Higgins, will be offered. Bennett’s arrangement of the “Sound of Music Selections” and Grainger’s “Irish Tune From County Derry/Shepherd’s Hey” will be played. Rundel’s arrangement of the “Hoch Heidecksburg March” will be performed before the band concludes its concert at 9:30 p.m. by playing the “Star Spangled Banner.”