Another Open Air Performance coming up Saturday night

Michael Painchaud and The Crystal Ships to perform at Beasley Park as part of Lake Country Open Air Performance series

With the weather turning nice again this weekend and a high of 29C expected, the Lake Country Open Air Performance series is back on Saturday night in Lake Country.

Beasley Park in the heart of Lake Country on the shores of the beautiful Wood Lake is the scene for a free live music concert.

6:30-7:30pm Michael Painchaud

7:45-9:00pm The Crystal Ships

Those wanting to attend are asked to bring your lawn chairs and blankets for seating in the park. There will be onsite mobile vendors: Almost Crazy (hot dogs, hamburgers, smokies, veggie dogs) and Hawaiian Shaved Ice.

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