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Library concerts bring music to Seaford

The Seaford Public Library is at 2234 Jackson

The Seaford Public Library is at 2234 Jackson Ave. in Seaford. (July 3, 2012) Credit: Brittany Wait

The Seaford Public Library’s summer concert series begins tomorrow.

The events will be held on four Saturdays: July 7 and 21 and Aug. 4 and 18.

The first concert will be five-man a cappella doo wop group The Tribunes, singing songs from the 1950s and ’60s. The second will be a ’60s show, and the third will be a performance by Risky Business, a Long Island band that covers songs from the ’50s to the present.
The final show will be Mersey Beat, a Beatles tribute band.

The first three concerts take place in the library parking lot, while the Beatles show will take place in the parking lot of the Seaford train station near the gazebo.

The free concerts are presented by the library, Seaford Chamber of Commerce, Friends of the Library, Seaford Lions Club and Seaford Wellness Council.

Event organizers caution that restroom facilities will not be available at the Aug. 18 event. More information is available by calling the library at 516-221-1334.

Above: Seaford Public Library

 

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