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  1. Calendar Overlay Parks & Recreation-Events (3)

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  1. Concerts in the Park - Owatonna Community Band

    July 20, 2017, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ Central Park

    Owatonna has one of the region’s top community bands and the ensemble, formed in 1979, has been able to attract many area music teachers as players. The music it plays includes many of the top pieces in the concert band repertoire. The builders of Faribault’s historic Band Shell designed it specifically for this type of band. This Parks and Recreation Department event is sponsored by Cenneidigh, Inc.

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  2. Concerts in the Park - Gold Star Band

    July 27, 2017, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ Central Park

    The Gold Star Band, a group of six Mankato-area musicians, loves playing classic and current country music. With nearly 200 years of band experience, the band consists of Brenda Kopischke and Lynda Kiesler on vocals, Howard Mock, Gary Pfeiffer and Frank Howard on guitar, and Brian Jentges on drums. Howard and Brian are members of the MN Music Hall of Fame—Howard with "Sandra Lee & The Velvets," and Brian with "The Shaw Band." This Parks and Recreation Department event is sponsored by Slinger Electric, Inc.

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  3. Outdoor 'Family Flicks' - 'Frozen'

    July 27, 2017, 9:00 PM - 10:00 PM @ Central Park

    Faribault area residents are encouraged to attend one or more of the five free Outdoor Family Flicks at dusk, sponsored by the Faribault Parks and Recreation Department. On July 27, bring the family to Central Park for "Frozen." Area residents are encouraged to bring their families, lawn chairs and a snack. The movies can be seen on the big screen at dusk

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