COLTON - Mary Ann Casale of Hannawa Falls and fellow musician Tas Cru are performing together from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the pavilion in South Colton rather than at the gazebo on Main Street as originally planned. Signs also will be posted at the gazebo and elsewhere to let people know.
Their “Folk & Blues Under the Setting Sun” performance is the sixth in the town’s series of summer music performances showcasing singers and musicians from communities along the Raquette River. There is no charge to attend the music series.
As planned, the Colt’s Pride Booster Club will have hot dogs, hamburgers, drinks and other goodies available to purchase.
Audience participants should bring their own chairs for sitting on concrete floor in the pavilion. Volunteers will be on hand to help people needing assistance. Bathroom facilities will be available.
More information about the town’s summer activities is available on the town website (www.townofcolton.com) and the town of Colton page on Facebook. Hard copies of the summer schedule also are available at the two information centers and post offices in town as well as the town hall. Scott Muller with the town’s Tourism and Beautification Committee can also be called for more details at 315-244-9956.