Saturday, July 6, join the City of Garnett in celebration of Independence Day during the Libertyfest. The band will perform a variety of patriotic songs, followed by the community fireworks display at sunset (approx. 9:30 p.m.).
In case of inclement weather for an outdoor concert this summer, the First United Methodist Church, 205 S. Oak Street, Garnett, will be the alternate site for the scheduled concert. If it is raining or the band is not on the courthouse lawn, please come to the church. The band appreciates the availability of this location. It is good to know that even if it rains, the band will play on.
For more information, please call Beth McCord (785) 448-3795. New members are always welcome. All band concerts are free. Bring a chair. Bring a guest!
Bring your own chair (recommended).
The Garnett Area Community Band will be presenting their Annual Spring Concert on Sunday, December 9, 2018 beginning at 2:00 p.m. in the Auditorium at Anderson County Junior Senior High School in Garnett.
Under the direction of Jana Havens, the Community Band will perform some Holiday favorites.
As in years’ past, refreshments (free-will donation) will be served immediately following the concert in the Commons Area. Everyone is invited to come, enjoy the entertaining music and visit with friends, family & neighbors.
Thursday, July 30, the band will be riding on a float in the parade and invite you to attend!
Thursday, May 23 - Join the City of Garnett as we recognize and honor those who serve our country. This event celebrates the lives of those whose memory lives on through the Project: Garnett Remembers patriotic banners on display from Memorial Day weekend through Independence Day.
Thursday, June TBA - Bring your lawn chair and your appetite for the most delightful and delicious band concert of the year! It's the Friends of the Library Ice Cream Social and the band's playin'! Home made ice cream and cake served (freewill donation).
Talented musicians from Anderson County, Kansas and the surrounding area under the direction of John Bechen (summer) and Jeff Russell (winter).