Almaden’s Music in the Park

Pack a picnic dinner (or buy a Costco pizza), bring some lawn chairs (or a big blanket), and head over to Greystone Park in San Jose for the summer series of Music in the Park.  Every Thursday during the month of July, the shady park will come to life with a live band, lots of dancing, and dozens of kids playing on the play structures.  It’s free, open for everyone, and an awesome way to enjoy a summer evening. The music starts around 6:30pm, but you can get there early to snag your perfect spot (or get their late and still find plenty of room).  The show ends around dusk.  If you live in Almaden Valley, considering biking over to the park as this week is a Spare the Air week.

This year’s concerts are supported by Almaden Community Center, Almaden Senior Association, District 10 Youth Advisory Council, and Almaden Community Center Advisory Council.

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