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Free summer concerts at The Willows at Westborough

Westborough – The Willows at Westborough begins its free Summer Concert Series for 2014 Wednesday, June 18, at 7 p.m. with a performance by the Interborough Community Band.

For the 27th year, the eight weekly concerts sponsored by SALMON Health and Retirement are held in The Willows” Rose Garden Courtyard at the corner of Route 30 and Lyman Street. Area residents are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets; free parking is available across the street at the Hastings School lot.

All concerts are free of charge, open to the public, and families are welcome; pets should be left at home. Concerts begin at 7 p.m. sharp, and feature performances by well-known area musical groups. In case of rain, inside seating is reserved for Willows residents and their guests exclusively.

The performance schedule includes: Fantasy Big Band, June 25; High Society Orchestra, July 2; Wolverine Jazz Band, July 9; Point “n” Swing Big Band, July 16; Tom Nutile Big Band, July 23; Dan Gable & The Abletones, July 30; and The Reminisants, August 6.

Refreshments will be available for purchase and donations accepted for the following area nonprofit organizations at the concerts: Westborough Community Chorus, June 18; Westborough Fine Arts Education Association, June 25; Walk to End Alzheimer's, July 2; Westborough Cultural Council, July 9; Westborough Historical Society, July 16; Assabet Valley Pastoral Counseling Center, July 23; Siloam Mason Lodge's Angel Fund, July 30; and the Westborough Land Trust, August 6.

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