Music Fills the Garden in Foundation Square
Posted on November 1, 2020 6:58 AM by Maxwell Pfannebecker
Continuing a budding tradition that began a year ago, residents of Foundation Square quietly held a Music in the Garden Event last month in the Children's Garden, tucked behind the Foundation Square building on New Town Ave. Joe's Day Off, led by Jim Duggan, performed in the Garden for a small crowd of just under 30 residents and neighbors.
"We just started a year ago before the COVID issue," says Foundation Square resident Jim Kavitz. "Last fall, for the first time, we had Phil Casey (local musician and, coincidentally, former Crier editor) in our lobby, and we all had a great time...and got in several dances. This past June, we had Phil back for another session, outside in our garden, and about 21 of our residents."
The event is hosted and funded by residents of Foundation Square and is not a function of the New Town Commercial Association, but Kavitz adds that they are considering inviting all New Town residents who wish to attend to their next event, likely to be held this Spring. Jocelyn Oldham, a solo singer and guitarist, has been lined up to perform at the spring event.
Stay tuned for further announcements on this upcoming happening.