TOWNSEND — New Beginnings United Methodist Church will host the lawn party as the Townsend Military Band takes the stage on Thursday on the town common.
Hungry concertgoers will be able to purchase hot dogs and baked beans from church members, as well as chips, cold soda and water. A baked goods table will feature cookies and brownies.
The Townsend Military Band will open the concert at 7:30 p.m. by playing Lithgow’s “Invercargill March” and Longfield’s arrangement of “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.” Hazo’s arrangement of “Mountain Thyme,” “I’m Still Standing” arranged by Brown, and Gilmore’s “The Famous 22nd Regiment March” will be performed.
Brown’s arrangement of “Highlights from Jersey Boys,” “Ballet Parisienne” arranged by Isaac, and Fulton’s “Buzzards Bay March” will be included in the first portion of the program.
After intermission, the “Great Waldo Pepper March” arranged by Moss and Grainger’s “Shepherd’s Hey from County Derry” will be played. Erickson’s “Air For Band,” the “Poet and Peasant Overture” arranged by Meyrelles, and Winter’s arrangement of “Amparito Roco” will be performed before the band concludes its concert at 9:30 p.m. by playing the “Star Spangled Banner.”