Library’s free concert and family film series continues on Friday, July 18,
at the bandstand in Thomas Park with Mo’ Beat Blues at 7 p.m., followed by
“The Nut Job” at dusk, about 8 p.m.
Those who attend
are invited to bring lawn chairs and picnics to the bandstand in Thomas Park
at the corner of Broadway and Calumet in Chesterton and enjoy the fun.
Members of the Rotary will be selling popcorn and soda during the evening.
In the case of rain, both events will be offered in the Library Service
Center, 100 W. Indiana Avenue, Chesterton.
Mo’ Beat Blues
features Samuel Lozada and his wife Janice. Lozada is an accomplished
musician, singer, songwriter, and composer. His comedic presentation, along
with his ability to engage the audience, results in a good time had by all.
Mo’ Beat Blues
features familiar songs, remade to fit their high energy style of music.
They perform blues, jazz, R&B, country, rock, swing, and rat pack - a little
bit of everything. They deliver soulful vocals, impressive harmonica solos,
sprinkled with comedic anecdotes.
“The Nut Job” tells
the story of Surly the Squirrel and his fellow animals in the city park.
Surly has finally gone too far - his latest caper led to the animals’ winter
cache of food being destroyed. Surly and his rat friend, Buddy, are exiled
to the nightmare of the city. But all is not lost. They discover a nut
store. Little do they know that the nut store is actually a front for bank
Surly runs into
Andie, who has been commissioned by Raccoon to find a new food source. The
two team up to take nuts from the store but mayhem ensues. Surly finds
himself challenged in ways he never expected and discovers the real prize to
“The Nut Job” is
rated PG and has a running time of 85 minutes.
This free series of
concerts and films is partially funded through generous donations from the
Chesterton-Porter Rotary Club. The summer concert and film series will
continue on Friday, July 25, with eclectic songs and styles with Song
Sisters at 7 p.m., followed by the movie “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
2,” rated PG.
information, call the library at 926-7696.