Northampton Press

Tuesday, January 28, 2020
PRESS PHOTOS BY AL RECKER Seated on a blanket at the Northampton Municipal Park enjoying the Irish music at a concert held last Wednesday are, from left, Northampton residents Liz Schatz, Kayla Kutz, Natasha Kutz and her son, Cash Gehris, 9 months old. The Celtic United Pipes & Drums Band performed to a large, appreciative audience. PRESS PHOTOS BY AL RECKER Seated on a blanket at the Northampton Municipal Park enjoying the Irish music at a concert held last Wednesday are, from left, Northampton residents Liz Schatz, Kayla Kutz, Natasha Kutz and her son, Cash Gehris, 9 months old. The Celtic United Pipes & Drums Band performed to a large, appreciative audience.
Making their entrance at the Northampton Municipal Park with their bagpipes and drums are the members of the Celtic United Pipes & Drums Band. They received a rousing ovation from a crowd of more than 300 persons for their performance, the last free concert of the summer. Making their entrance at the Northampton Municipal Park with their bagpipes and drums are the members of the Celtic United Pipes & Drums Band. They received a rousing ovation from a crowd of more than 300 persons for their performance, the last free concert of the summer.

Last of the summer concerts

Thursday, August 30, 2012 by The Press in Local News

The summer concert series in Northampton ended on a Celtic note.