The Coronado Public Library is launching its 13th Annual Summer Festival with a concert this Saturday, June 16 at 2:00pm in the Winn Room. The theme for June and July is the great migration of pioneers, settlers, and cowboys to the American West in the 19th century. An exhibit at the Library will present that story in rare maps, images, and artifacts. To complement the exhibit and to launch the series of events in the Sumer Festival, a concert of traditional American songs will be performed by the Pioneer Quartet.
American folk songs will be performed at this concert from the days of the settlers heading west from the 1860s-1900s. The concert features Adrienne Nims on native American flutes and other traditional instruments, Mark Danisovszky on piano and accordion, Mike Stewart on guitar and vocals and Jean Stewart, singer. This rousing concert will be held Saturday, June 16, 2012 at 2:00 pm in the Coronado Library Winn Room. The concert is free of charge. The Library's Summer Festival is sponsored by the Hotel del Coronado and the Friends of the Coronado Library.
Please see the Coronado Library's Summer Festival calendar for a list of all the events through August.
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