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Art and Music in the Park

             2nd Fridays         
             
                    
           
   September 14
October 12

 
6-9 PM
           

 

Lake Concord Park
 95 Triplet Lake  Drive
           
Disabled parking and drop-off is available at the front of Casselberry Police Department.
           
General parking is at Home Depot and across the street at Target and Fifth Third Bank.
           
           
           
             


Art & Music in the Park
and The Food Truck Bazaar
 
Food Trucks

The Food Truck Bazaar features 12 different
food trucks providing a unique culinary experience.  As part of the event, more than 20 local businesses and artisan booths are selling jewelry, photography, paintings, and an assortment of other unique gifts and services
will be on site. 
For more information, email or call 407-262-7700 ext. 1507.


Friday, September 14th
With September being Hispanic Heritage Month, the City of Casselberry has invited Michael Petrovich to perform at the free Art & Music in the Park and The Food Truck Bazaar. The event is 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Sept. 14 at Lake Concord Park, 95 Triplet Lake Drive (behind Casselberry City Hall). Michael Petrovich, who received a bachelor’s degree in Classical Guitar Performance at the University of Central Florida, specializes in Spanish guitar. Michael’s influences are guitar greats such as Al Di Meola, Strunz & Farah, Paco de Lucia, Pat Metheny, John McLaughlin, Jesse Cook and Carlos Santana. After graduating, Petrovich taught guitar at Seminole State College, Rollins College, and several other institutions. And he now performs all over Central Florida either as soloist or with his band. In September, he’ll be performing with Oscar Guzman.

 





  



 




 







 

  

 

 




 




 

 

 

 

 

 

 







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