News Release, Town of La Plata
Tonight’s Concert Cancelled We are sorry to say tonight’s concert with Southern Maryland Concert Band has been cancelled due to the forecast for this evening. We hope you will join us next Friday night, August 30th for the final concert of the season – Sam Grow Band with opening act Flippin’ Eyelids from 6 pm to 9 pm on the lawn at
La Plata Town Hall
Southern Maryland Concert Band Performing Friday, August 23rd at 7 PM
The Southern Maryland Concert Band is a volunteer, non-profit ensemble of adult and student instrumentalists dedicated to performing quality concert band music in the tradition of community bands from years ago.
Final Concert of the Season! Friday August 30th: 6 PM to 9 PM
Sam Grow with opening act Flippin’ Eyelids
Make sure to check out our information page about the
August 30th Sam Grow Concert!
There will no parking available at Town Hall for the concert. Food vendors on site – Chick-fil-A La Plata, Circus Ice Cream, Pizza Hotline, Food Trailer Supporting Lifestyles, and Ohana Snow Shaved Ice will be set up in the parking lot.
Kids Summer ShowTuesday August 27th: 10 AM
Mr. Skip“It’s all about the kids!” declares young children’s musical artist, Mr. Skip, who’s been entertaining, educating and enlightening young children for over 40 years. Combining an innate ability to connect with the sticky finger set and enthusiastically strumming his guitar to deliver fresh original tunes and familiar favorites, he delights audiences with good humor and grace. Come out, say hello, and enjoy a show!
The La Plata Farmers Market is open from 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. on Wednesdays and 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. on Saturdays from April 6th to November 30th. The market is located behind the Charles County Courthouse in the parking lot on the north side of Talbot St. on Wednesdays and in the parking lot on the south side of Talbot St. on Saturdays.
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