Music in the Park’s fun-filled finale


GALION — The Geezecats were the star attraction at Tuesday’s final Concert in the Park for 2017. The group’s special brand of entertainment included rear harmonies during songs by the Beach boys, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons along with some old commercial favorites like Lawson’s “Big O” Orange juice jingle and television theme songs like the “Beverly Hillbillies.”T

hey brought along costumes and props to entertain the crowd. The concert series at the bandstand in Heise Park is sponsored by Richardson Davis Chapel of Snyder Funeral Homes, which game away a $35 gift certificate for Chris’ Big Plate Diner.

The folks at Richardson Davis Chapel hope the series continues to grow and is already looking forward to next summer.

Courtesy photo The Geezecats were the star attraction at Tuesday’s final Concert in the Park for 2017. The group’s special brand of entertainment included rear harmonies during songs by the Beach boys, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons along with some old commercial favorites like Lawson’s “Big O” Orange juice jingle and television theme songs like the “Beverly Hillbillies.”They brought along costumes and props to entertain the crowd. The concert series at the bandstand in Heise Park is sponsored by Richardson Davis Chapel of Snyder Funeral Homes, which game away a $35 gift certificate for Chris’ Big Plate Diner. The folks at Richardson Davis Chapel hope the series continues to grow and is already looking forward to next summer. Staff report
http://www.galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/38/2017/07/web1_thumbnail_DSC01846.jpgCourtesy photo The Geezecats were the star attraction at Tuesday’s final Concert in the Park for 2017. The group’s special brand of entertainment included rear harmonies during songs by the Beach boys, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons along with some old commercial favorites like Lawson’s “Big O” Orange juice jingle and television theme songs like the “Beverly Hillbillies.”They brought along costumes and props to entertain the crowd. The concert series at the bandstand in Heise Park is sponsored by Richardson Davis Chapel of Snyder Funeral Homes, which game away a $35 gift certificate for Chris’ Big Plate Diner. The folks at Richardson Davis Chapel hope the series continues to grow and is already looking forward to next summer. Staff report