WHAT COULD BE nicer than a summer evening concert under the stars? This month, area music lovers will be able to enjoy some great music in beautiful settings.
Crofton Civic Association continues its summer concert series at 6: 30 p.m. Monday at the Village Green. The Dundalk chapter of Sweet Adelines will open the program, then Pocket Change performs light jazz, oldies, standards and dance music. Local musicians performing with the group are Ken Smith, Bruce White, George Vermillion and Arundel High instrumental teacher Phil Butts.
Concertgoers should bring lawn chairs.
Information: Town Hall, 410-721-2301.
Sunday Night Live, an informal worship series sponsored by Community United Methodist Church and Prince of Peace Presbyterian Church, continues its August musical worship programs at 7 p.m. Sunday in the amphitheater at Crofton Park. The featured group will be Our Mutual Friend, a contemporary music ensemble.
Three Crofton swimmers are spending this week in Nashville, Tenn., where they are competing in the YMCA National Long Course Championships.
David Fries, Katie Wagner and Anna Kavetsky earned their places in the competition by meeting rigorous standards in the SPY Aquatics Center swim program in Severna Park.
Swimming in a national championship is a goal that young athletes work toward all year. They look forward to meeting and competing against dedicated swimmers from YMCA programs across the country.
On Friday night, after the competition is over, the swimmers will celebrate at Planet Hollywood restaurant in Nashville.
Congratulations to David, Katie and Anna, and good luck.
Harvest Assembly of God Church in Crofton will launch Space Mission Bible Camp at 6: 30 p.m. Monday.
The sessions will run from 6: 30 p.m. to 8: 30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 11 and Aug. 12. The program will include crafts and games, daily shows, lively music and new friends.
Pub Date: 8/04/98