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Liberty students perform at a pops concert, one of Liberty Central School’s “Music in Our Schools Month” events to be held in March. This year’s pops concert will be held on Tuesday, March 3 at 7:00 p.m. at the school.

Pops concert to kick off music month

LIBERTY, NY—The Liberty Central School (LCS) music department will kick off March as “Music in our Schools Month” on Tuesday, March 3 with its annual pops concert, starting at 7:00 p.m. in the David E. Panebaker Auditorium at Liberty High School.

This year’s format will feature the second annual prism concert at Liberty. A prism concert is an interactive concert in which the different participating ensembles perform in different areas of the auditorium, allowing the audience to encounter each group’s different moods throughout the evening. The music is continuous, and the performers are set up in different positions throughout the auditorium. The only time there is applause is at the very end of the concert.

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A troubadour comes to Calkins Creek

MILANVILLE, PA—The Riverfolk concert series at Calkins Creek Vineyard will present Spook Handy at 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 7.

Handy has been described as “A real troubadour in the style of Pete Seeger and Phil Ochs,” in the words of Jim Beckerman of the Bergen Record. For more information on Handy visit .

Tickets cost $15. A part of the proceeds from all Riverfolk shows benefits WJFF Public Radio and the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance.

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Waynepeace screens “Body of War”

HONESDALE, PA—“Body of War,” a 2007 documentary about Thomas Young, an Iraq war veteran paralyzed from a bullet to the spine, will be shown at the Wayne County Public Library on Tuesday, March 3 at 6:00 p.m. Directed by Phil Donahue and Ellen Spiro, the film describes the physical and emotional journey of this young man as he adapts to his new body and begins to question his decision to go to war.

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