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This year's "Concerts at the Lake" season kicks off on Wednesday, June 6.

'Concerts at the Lake' Return to Windsor Lake

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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — This year's "Concerts at the Lake" season kicks off on Wednesday, June 6, with local blues favorite Misty Blues. The series, sponsored by Greylock Federal Credit Union, runs every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. through Aug. 29, excluding Aug. 15 for the Downtown Celebration).

The weekly concerts combine great music, community vibes and the beautiful natural backdrop of Windsor Lake. Guests should bring blankets or chairs and feel free to let the kids run wild on the brand new playground. Some concessions are available at the Snack Attack (provided by BFAIR), but people are welcome to bring their own food. Parking is always free at this time.

In addition, activities including swimming, fishing, kayaking and canoeing are allowed at the lake (at your own risk). Windsor Lake is located at 200 Windsor Lake Rd at the intersection of Bradley Street and Kemp Avenue. In the event of bad weather, concert cancelations will be announced by 3 p.m. on the day of the concert. For more details, check out the Facebook page.

The Concerts at Windsor Lake continue through Aug. 29 with the following schedule:

June 6:
Misty Blues

June 13: Trio Candela & Guests

June 20: License to Groove

June 27: Born IV Blues

July 4: Moonshine Holler (4:30 p.m. start time)

July 11: Bernice Lewis

July 18: Quincy

July 25: Bang On A Can

Aug. 1: Eagles Community Band

Aug. 8: Honey Talk

Aug. 22: JP Murphy

Aug. 29: Rev Tor


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