At Governor Hutchinson’s Field on 212 Adams St., the community is invited to celebrate late summer concerts featuring live music and food from a local restaurant. Attendance is limited due to state pandemic regulations.

The Trustees of Reservations are planning Thursday evening concerts, Aug. 27 and on Sept. 3. The Aug. 27 program features a rock trio playing Americana standards & original compositions and on Sept. 3, the musical genre turns to a mixture of classic fiddle tunes and bluegrass classics.

Food may be ordered when registering by the Wednesday before the event at 9 a.m. (no food will be sold on-site). As such, the registration deadline is Aug. 26 and Sept. 2, respectively. Non-alcoholic beverages will be available for sale both when you register and at the event. Bring your own reusable water bottles to reduce waste. Picnic blankets and flashlights are encouraged.

The Trustees are offering two time slots to stay within event size limits so select 5 to 6:30 p.m. or 6:45 to 8:15 p.m. when you register. Rain dates will be Aug. 28 and Sept. 4. Check your email before coming if the weather is uncertain.

Pre-registration is required. Maximum attendance is 50 people. Walk-ins cannot be accepted due to current COVID-19 state mandates on outdoor group sizes. No restrooms are available on site. Masks must be worn by all attendees over 2 years old unless you are stationary in your designated picnic spot.

All participants are expected to maintain six feet distancing from anyone who is not part of their household.

To register and for more information, contact Michelle de Lima at mdelima@thetrustees.org or call 617-542-7696, ext. 2115.

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