Enjoy a night of music
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WILMINGTON- St. Mary’s in the Mountains will continue its Red Door Concerts series on June 24, with “Night Music for a Summer’s Eve.” In an evening of music sure to have something for everyone, musicians from the Deerfield Valley area will offer a wide variety of musical styles and genres, ranging from classical music, to folk, to jazz, with many stops in between. All proceeds will benefit Mount Snow Adaptive Sports, a local 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization providing sports, recreational, and educational programs for people with any type of physical and/or cognitive disability.

Program information, volunteering, and philanthropic information for Mount Snow Adaptive Sports is available from Linda Walsh at lwalsh@mountsnowadaptive.org, (802) 464-4069 or at www.mounsnowadaptive.org.

As with all other Red Door Concerts at St. Mary’s, admission is by free-will donation.

The musical potpourri starts at 7 pm at St. Mary’s in the Mountains, 13 East Main Street. For more information visit the St. Mary’s Facebook page.
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