*FREE* Concerts in the Park!
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Join us on Sunday, August 12th, 2012, in the early afternoon for some fun in the sun. Bring a picnic lunch and your favorite beverage to drink while waiting for the band, Sin Twins, who will entertain us with some fantastic Rhythm & Blues music.
The two hour show starts at 5pm
I can't stress this enough!!!!
I'll be there as early as noon but I never know where I'll be from week to week. Look for the Meetup Sign.
Alcohol is allowed in the park on concert days only. If you've forgotten to bring anything to eat or drink, you'll find a Trader Joe's within walking distance. (Manhattan Beach Blvd, west of Aviation)
This is a family event. Bring the kids, grand kids, some friends, a date, your tax man or that good looking single Doctor friend you've been dying to introduce me to. OK, just kidding about the tax man.
The park has a nice large pond with turtles and ducks as well as two children's playground areas.
Once the music starts at 5pm, if you so desire, you can get your groove on in the dance area right in front of the stage. No partner required!
The band plays from **5pm to 7pm** but most arrive around noon to secure seating. I highly recommend you do the same. In fact, I suggest you arrive no later than 1pm, if possible, because the park fills up real early and there are no guarantees if you arrive later you'll find a comfortable place to park your Butt much less your car.
Besides, it's really a lot of fun to hang out during the day with some really awesome people before the show starts.
Polliwog Park is located at 1601 Manhattan Beach Blvd., Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
***WARNING*** One last time, ARRIVE EARLY!!!
What to Bring: A chair, umbrella, sun screen, hat, book, food, something to drink and a smile. Oh yeah, don't forget the handsome/beautiful single Doctor you want to introduce me to :-)
Wear comfortable summer clothes because it's usually nice and warm in the sun. Also bring a sweater or light jacket because it can get cool around 4:30 pm when the sun starts going down and the ocean breeze kicks up.
Let me know if you have any questions.