Concert In the Park entertains through the smoke

Friday, August 4, 2017

It was a very hot day

By Diane Hettrick
Photos by Jerry Pickard

On Wednesday, August 2, 2017, the Shoreline - Lake Forest Park Arts Council staged its second concert in LFP's Animal Acres Park.

As always, several hundred people came out for the evening event.

The nice thing about Animal Acres is the tall trees keep the temperature pleasant, even on hot days. People can be in direct sun or in pleasant shade

Even though wildfire smoke was in the air, it didn't seem too bad at ground level, at least not bad enough to keep people away.

The band Lost Dogma played an eclectic mix of Folk, Rock, and Blues - something to please everyone.

The Arts Council, sponsors of the event, handed out information on the rest of the summer concerts and other Arts Council sponsored activities. They also had information about being a member / patron of the Arts Council to support their work.

Aegis Living of Shoreline gave out Watermelon and Strawberry flavored iced water to help people stay hydrated. They have been appearing at events around the area, but on this very hot day they were particularly welcome.

The remainder of the Arts Council summer concerts:

August 9: Different Drummer– Multi-genre Chamber Ensemble. Kruckeberg Botanic Garden, Shoreline

August 16: Champagne Sunday – Raucous Folk. Paramount School Park, Shoreline

August 23: US Air Force Jazz Band – Band of the Golden West’s “The Commanders” Jazz Ensemble. Cromwell Park, Shoreline


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