Asbury Woods Announces Music In The Woods Schedule
Erie, PA (May 15, 2021) - Asbury Woods is excited to announce the schedule for Monday Music in the Woods, presented by Bock Insurance Agency, Country Fair, and National Fuel, with additional support from Lavery Brewing Company. The series features local acts performing from various musical genres: including folk, country, bluegrass, Americana, and more.
Your favorite outdoor music series is back and better than ever! Asbury Woods will host Monday Music in the Woods on Mondays 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. starting on June 14 through July 26 in the Celebration Garden near the Andrew J. Conner Nature Center. Visitors are encouraged to bring their lawn chairs or blankets to enjoy the show. The Nature Center hours will be extended on Monday Music in the Woods concert evenings. Guests can enjoy the show and explore the Nature Center, the animal exhibit, and more from 10:00 a.m. through 8:00 p.m. on music nights.
Lavery Brewing Company beer garden will be on-site. Enjoy a locally brewed craft beer and $1 from each pint sold will be donated to Asbury Woods.
Guests must pre-register, and links for pre-registration will be posted one week before each event. More details can be found here.
Monday Music in the Woods schedule of events:
June 14 | Jesse James Weston
June 21 | Buttermilk Falls Gang
June 28 | Rankin and Schell
July 5 | Matt “Broke” Boland
July 12 | Bass/Drum/Bass Trio
July 19 | Riffriders Lite
July 26 | The Maillets
“The beautiful Celebration garden and wooded backdrop provide the perfect outdoor musical experience,” says Jennifer Farrar, Executive Director. “Soak in the fresh air, cool breezes, and musical notes. Visitors can also enjoy evening Nature Center hours on concert nights, offering more flexible options for experiencing what the Nature Center has to offer.”
COVID-19 safety precautions: Attendance will be limited to 200 pre-registered guests and everyone must register in advance. We encourage guests to follow local guidelines on safe social distancing and mask-wearing.
“The beautiful Celebration garden and wooded backdrop provides the perfect outdoor musical experience,” says Jennifer Farrar, Executive Director. “Soak in the fresh air, cool breezes and musical notes. Visitors can also enjoy evening Nature Center hours on concert nights, offering more flexible options for experiencing what the Nature Center has to offer.”
COVID-19 safety precautions: Attendance will be limited to 200 pre-registered guests and everyone must register in advance. We encourage guests to follow local and state guidelines on safe social distancing and mask wearing.
ABOUT ASBURY WOODS
The mission of Asbury Woods is to inspire a greater connection to the natural world by protecting, managing, and interpreting our property; providing outdoor recreational opportunities; and offering environmental education experiences.
Asbury Woods achieves this mission through a diverse array of educational, environmental and recreational programming for schools, community groups, families and individuals of all ages. In addition, Asbury Woods manages and maintains 205 acres of preserved property which includes native species, old-growth forests, landscaped gardens, wetlands, boardwalk trails and dirt trails.
The Andrew J. Conner Nature Center at Asbury Woods is the cornerstone of the educational programming, providing animal exhibits, a touch-and-learn Discovery Classroom and free public access. The Brown’s Farm Barn located on Sterrettania Road provides additional programming space for summer camps, school visits and community programs. The Greenway Trail at Asbury Woods consists of adjacent tracts of land which provides a network of trails connecting Browns Farm and the Nature Center. The Greenway Trail provides ample recreational opportunities for hiking, running, biking, skiing, snowshoeing and wading in Walnut Creek. Trail users will find peaceful spots to rest and relax to take in the serene vistas.
Asbury Woods is an independent, non-profit organization whose mission is made possible by funding from program and service fees, grants, special events and generous donations from members and patrons. Annually, Asbury Woods positively impacts thousands of people who use the trails, attend festivals or participate education and community outreach programs.