LIBRARY! Visit the 24/7 family book box on the lawn of the Harris House, beside the road leading to Veterans’ Memorial Field. Built by volunteers, this box contains books you may take home to read. There are books for all ages. Feel free to add books you no longer wish to keep that are in good condition, or to keep books you wish to share or read again.. Question? Call Marilyn 623-9710
Winter fun at Veterans’ Memorial Field, weather permitting. Sled downhill. Ample parking area with footpath to top of the hill. No supervision is provided. Parents must assume responsibility for the safety and behavior of their children.
Concerts in the Park, Mondays, July 15 through August 19, Veterans’ Memorial Field, 7 p.m. Free, rain/shine unless pounding deluge or dangerous lightning. Under cover. Bring a chair or blanket (or use our benches) and consider layered clothing for unpredictable evening temperatures. Nonprofit concession stand on site. Enjoy the concert and browse through information about local events and businesses. Held by the town of Thurman using Warren County occupancy taxes. 518-623-9649. Scroll down for complete list of performances. VMF is handicapped-accessible.
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The Lustre Kings Kick off Concerts in the Park 2019
July 15 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pmFree
Rock and bop to the old time rock and roll or The Lustre Kings, an experience straight out of the ’50s. Mark Gamsjager and his band have rocked from the east coast to the West, and regularly accompany the “Queen of Rockabilly,” Wanda Jackson, who says of the band, “I have worked with many bands around the world through the years, and none are better than Mark Gamsjager and The Lustre Kings. Their fine showmanship and musical ability make them the greatest in my book. They Rock!!”
Johnny Bartlett of The Continental agrees: “The Lustre Kings are without a doubt one of the best modern rockabilly acts in the United States. These cats have got the pure vintage sound down pat. With that big ole Gretsch strapped around his neck, Mark Gamsjager lays down some of the coolest rockabilly licks you’ll find anywhere.”
Our recommendation? Dust off your dancin’ shoes and catch this concert.
Come stay in Thurman-perhaps at The Glen Lodge B&B or, if you camp, inquire at scenic Daggett Lake Campsite or Glen-Hudson Campsite on the River.
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