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Free concerts will entertain the public from 6 to 8 p.m. at Noel Field behind the Steeplecats' baseball diamond.

‘Party in the Park’ Returns to North Adams

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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Greylock Federal Credit Union and co-sponsors Bedard Brothers Auto Sales and South Side Sales & Service join radio stations WUPE FM and WNAW 1230AM in sponsoring the North Adams Party in the Park each Thursday from July 6 to Aug. 24. 

Free concerts will entertain the public from 6 to 8 p.m. at Noel Field behind the Steeplecats' baseball diamond. The series kicks off with Five Gun Draw performing on July 6 and continues with  Hotshot Hillbillies on July 13, Snake House on July 20, Critical Mass on July 27, Whiskey City on Aug. 3, Shyne on Aug. 10, The Brave Brothers Band on Aug. 17 and Mismatched on Aug. 24.

People are encouraged to bring and display their classic cars.These are family-friendly events and alcoholic beverages are prohibited.

"This great community get-together is a summer tradition that Greylock is proud to continue in North Adams," Greylock's Meghan McGrath, community support specialist, said. "We invite everyone to come and enjoy the free concerts. Party in the Park has become a mainstay of the summer season in North County."

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