Pathfinder Village will host its 22nd annual Summer Concert Series this summer. The concerts feature free, live music performances at 7 p.m. Saturdays in July and August, starting on July 7. The event is open to the public

Pathfinder Village is a nonprofit, planned community devoted to supporting people who have Down syndrome and other intellectual or developmental disabilities.

Concert-goers are asked to bring lawn chairs, wear comfortable shoes, and bring jackets to the performances. Parking is available onsite.

In 2019, Pathfinder Village Summer Concerts are:

July 6: Sidney Community Band will perform its repertoire of popular music and show tunes.

July 13: Hammered dulcimer players Dan Duggan and Peggy Lynn will play songs inspired by the New York’s North Country and other folk tunes.

July 20: The Blues Maneuver will offer swing, blues, R&B and oldies. 

July 27: Stone Soup plays a variety of acoustic music from blues to bluegrass, folk to jazz. The band features Joe Sinchak, Pete Liljeberg, Nick Frirsz, and Suzanne and David Bladek.

Aug. 3: The Real-Time Dixieland Band will return to the pavilion playing  foot-stomping classics and popular tunes in the Dixieland style.

Aug. 10: The Small Town Big Band will play classic jazz, swing and Big Band favorites. The band features amateurs who “play for the love of the Big Band sound,” presenters said in a media release.

Aug. 17: Monkey and the Crowbar will “rock out” to Dylan, The Grateful Dead, Neil Young, Jimmy Buffet and more. 

Aug. 24: TBA

Aug. 31: Dirt Road Express will close the season with today’s country hits and yesterday’s classics.

For more information about Pathfinder Village, call 607-965-8377, or visit pathfindervillage.org. The village also offers regular tours and hosts a variety of programs and events that are open to the public.

For more about the series, call 607-965-8377, ext. 126, between noon and 4 p.m. weekdays or visit Pathfinder Village’s Facebook page.