Music and Dance at Open Streets Montague Sunday

Update: Open Streets Montague has been cancelled for this Sunday, June 23, because of predicted extreme heat. The final Open Streets Montague before the summer break will be next Sunday, June 30. We’ll let you know what’s on the schedule soon, so stay tuned.

This Sunday, June 23, Open Streets Montague will feature a performance on electric guitar by Larry Simon (photo, courtesy his website) who deserves the perhaps over-used accolade “multi-talented,” being a musician, composer, author, and collaborator with poets, both living and dead. Larry will be performing from noon until 1:00, either between Clinton and Henry or between Henry and Hicks – the website doesn’t specify – but we’re sure you’ll be able to hear and find him. Following Larry’s session, starting at 1:00 between Clinton and Henry, Danse Theatre Surreality will perform an excerpt from their work Shadowboxing in Blue, that “explores self-awareness through various lenses: fantasy, laughter, struggle, and tenderness.” From 2:30 to 3:30 (again location not specified) a local duo, The Rogue Connections, will perform “all your favorite folk and rock hits.”

What about the kids? From noon until 5:00, between Clinton and Henry, Super Soccer Stars will teach kids 2 1/2 through 7 “the fundamental[s] of the game in a fun, non-competitive way.”

Montague Street will be closed to vehicular traffic between Clinton and Henry streets and between Henry and Hicks streets from 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM Sunday. Parked cars on those blocks will have to be moved before 10:00 AM.

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