Idle Hands String Band playing at Mono Lake County Park on SundayJune 16th, 2016 by Elin, Communications Coordinator
Come celebrate the summer solstice and Father’s Day at Mono Lake County Park this Sunday, June 19 at noon to picnic on the lawn and enjoy a free concert with the Idle Hands String Band!
The Idle Hands String Band specializes in traditional American string music from the mid 1800s to the present including Old Time, Bluegrass, Folk and progressive Folk, with guitar, banjo, mandolin, bass, fiddle, dobro, and mountain dulcimer.
You can bring your own lunch, but a delicious lunch will be for sale for $10 per meal at the park: sirloin burgers, turkey burgers, and garden burgers with cheese and all the toppings, plus salad, watermelon, dessert, and a drink. All proceeds from lunch benefit Lee Vining High School.
We hope you’ll join us and enjoy the live music and great food with new and old friends this Sunday!
To get to County Park from Lee Vining, head north on Highway 395 approximately 5 miles and turn right on Cemetery Road. Go down the hill and look for parking directions. Carpooling from Lee Vining is highly recommended.