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The Bluegrass Allstars Play in Sheridan Park

June 11, 2009

THE BLUEGRASS ALLSTARS PLAY IN SHERIDAN PARK!

Thursday, June 18, 2009 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Sheridan Pavilion, Area 1, at the farthest east end of Layton Avenue, Cudahy

 

The Bluegrass Allstars use banjos, fiddle, mandolin, guitar, dobro, upright bass and vocal harmonies. Some of their favorite tunes are Rocky Top, Dueling Banjos and the theme from the Beverly Hillbillies. Cudahy favorite, Dan Nimphuis, former owner of Dan;s Pickaway Parlor in South Milwaukee is a member of the group.

 

Sponsored by the Milwaukee County Parks Department. Kudos to the Friends of Patrick Cudahy Park for their efforts ot bring a Milwaukee County Parks concert ot Cudahy for the first time! Also sponsored by County Supervisor Patricia Jursik.

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PEDAL IN THE PARK WITH PAT

Ride the Oak Leaf Trail to Grant park with County Supervisor Patricia Jursik.

 

6 p.m., Thursday, June 18, 2009 Meet at the Sheridan Park Pavilion

(South Sheridan Drive & E. Layton Avenue, Cudahy)

 

Learn about trail history and preservation. Enjoy good conversation. Discuss new bike Infrastructure. Catch a concert by the Bluegrass Allstars at Sheridan Pavilion, 6:30 -8:30 p.m.

 

Helmets are highly encouraged. Approximately 5.3 miles round trip. FREE EVENT!

KIDS ARE WELCOME!

 

Coordinated by County Supervisor Patricia Jursik, 8th District 414-278-4231

patricia.jursik@milwcnty.com

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