Good vibes at last summer concert of the year

Museum’s music on the lawn over until 2019

Posted 8/6/18

The days are a smidge shorter, the cicadas are buzzing and the stores are full of back-to-school sales. Aug. 1 was another harbinger of the slow fade of summer when the Littleton Museum held its …

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Good vibes at last summer concert of the year

Museum’s music on the lawn over until 2019

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The days are a smidge shorter, the cicadas are buzzing and the stores are full of back-to-school sales. Aug. 1 was another harbinger of the slow fade of summer when the Littleton Museum held its final summer concert for the year.

Pan Jumbies, a local Caribbean steel pan band, banged out the rhythm of the islands on a cooler evening than most, as the sun set blood-red thanks to smoke from wildfires hundreds of miles distant. The concert fell on Colorado Day, the 142nd anniversary of Colorado’s statehood.

The museum’s concerts are part and parcel with summertime, said Renee Law, who spent much of the concert dancing with her 3-year-old daughter Emery.

“Emery can run around in the grass, and I can chill out,” Law said. “The music’s relaxing and the vibes are good. We’ll be back next year.”

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