Events

Summer Concert: Katelyn Marie Band

Katelyn Marie’s vocal strengths have most often been compared with the two-time Grammy Award-winning Colbie Caillat, but with her own unique styles, sass, and versatile range. Her raucous and bluesy sides will put your dancing feet into your boots, her voice can bring a tear when performing Leonard Cohen’s "Hallelujah," and her melodic storytelling in originals like Cowboy’s Wife, Fly Away or One Drunken Night always entertains audiences. A California native, Katelyn Marie has her sights set on Nashville as she passionately pursues her career and love of music - country music. 

Bring a blanket and lawn chairs, pick up dinner and treats from local restaurants and enjoy an evening of music in the park.

Please Note:

  • As a courtesy to our neighbors, please wait until Friday, July 22 at 7:00 a.m. to set out blankets and chairs.
  • For the enjoyment and safety of everyone, pets are prohibited with the exception of registered assistance dogs. All other owners with animals will be asked to leave the event.
  • Please view the Event Guidelines below for prohibited items.

Event Guidelines

Guidelines:THE FOLLOWING ARE PROHIBITED:

  1. Blankets or personal items prior to 7:00 a.m. the day of the concert.
  2. Use of rope, tape, or fencing of any kind to reserve personal space.  Stakes longer than six (6) inches to secure pop-up tents.  Items will be removed or taken down by security.
  3. Plastic tarps on the grass.  Items will be removed and discarded by security.
  4. Pets, with the exception of registered assistance dogs.  All other owners with animals will be asked to leave the event.
  5. Loitering in or around school owned property 
  6. Model aircraft or drone with or without photographic equipment.
  7. Glass bottles/containers.
  8. Barbecue grill/open flame of any kind.  This includes the barbecues in the picnic shelter.
  9. No standing, sitting or leaning on the barriers in front of the stage.
  10. Electric or motorized vehicles/bikes in any parks, or on school property.  Bikes must be walked while in the park and parking lot.
  11. Selling products or business advertisements without LARCS permission.
  12. Sale of alcoholic beverages and no smoking.