Live music, and sundaes, for the summer at Maple Bay Marina

“Scoop it up: sundaes on Sundays, live music with STEW” 
is back for the summer at Maple Bay Marina.

“Scoop it up: sundaes on Sundays, live music with STEW” 
is back for the summer at Maple Bay Marina.

If you’re at the marina around lunchtime on a Sunday during July and August, you can enjoy free live music by two accomplished musicians.

They are Brent Hutchinson, from Uncle Wiggly’s Hot Shoes Blues Band and Terry Wicks, whose commercial CD recordings include The Best of Both Sides.

Performances will be held in the marina courtyard area, just outside the Mariners Market & Espresso Bar, from at 11 a.m. until 1 p.m.

The Mariners will be selling ice cream sundaes during the performances.

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