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Beecher Summer Concert Series & HiFi Pie Contest

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Beecher Summer Concert Series & HiFi Pie Contest

Time: July 18, 2016 at 6pm to August 15, 2016 at 7:30pm
Location: Mitchell Library
Street: 37 Harrison Street
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map: http://nhfpl.org/
Phone: (203) 285-8539
Event Type: concert
Organized By: Westville Village Renaissance Alliance
Latest Activity: Aug 5, 2016

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This year's 2016 Concert Series is back starting July 18th! The Beecher Park Summer Concert Series is an annual, music series showcasing talented local artists. You're encouraged to bring a blanket and a picnic and enjoy a diversity of sound and performances with a beautiful West Rock backdrop. This is a family friendly event. For 5 Mondays @ 6:00pm during the summer, party on in Beecher Park right next to the Mitchell Library with live music and pie for sale by the slice! Bring a blanket or lawn chair. Cancelled if raining.

July 18
Nu Haven Kapelye: Klezmer
HiFi Pie: Cream/Freestyle Pies
Food Truck: The Farm belly

July 25 Rocky lawrence: Blues Guitar
HiFi Pie: Berry Pies
Food Truck: Mamouns Food Truck

Aug. 1
Sambeleza: Samba
HiFi Pie: Savory Pies
Food Truck: The Cupcake Truck

Aug. 8 Catalina: Singer/Songwriter
HiFi Pie: Stone Fruit Pies
Food Truck: Chief Brody's Banh Mi

Aug. 15 Funky Dawgz: Brass band
HiFi Pie: Apple/Pear/Quince Pies
Food Truck: Caseus


HIFI PIE FEST CALL FOR PIES!

WHAT IS IT? A 5-week amateur pie-baking contest in conjunction with the Beecher Park Summer Concert Series. Bake & enter pies to win or just buy some pie to eat and directly support the concert series!

OPEN TO ALL AMATEUR BAKERS! To enter, bring 2 pies based on the week's pie theme to the HiFi Pie Station in Beecher Park between 5:30 and 6:00pm

PRIZES FOR EVERY ENTRY! Special prizes for First Place and Runner-ups. On 8/19, a special People's Choice Award will also be presented to the baker who accumulates the most votes over the five-week HiFi Pie Fest!

LET'S EAT! Slices of Pie for sale each week during the concert. All proceeds benefit WVRA/Beecher Park Summer Concert Series.

CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS! We need volunteers to serve pie and ice cream and sell tickets at our annual Hi-Fi Pie Festival!

Please FOLLOW THIS LINK: http://vols.pt/eB9MYf
to volunteer spot to sign up! or contact Lizzy@westvillect.org

QUESTIONS? Contact Naomi Senzer at bradandnaomi@hotmail.com



Beecher Park, Mitchell Library, 37 Harrison Street

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