Rotary officers

Sherri Richardson and Mike Maholchic of Milton Rotary

For the sixth year in a row, the Milton Rotary Club will sponsor the Baron Hugo Memorial Musical Series to bring music to the streets of Milton. The program will feature Milton High School young musicians who will gain experience in performing at the gazebo in front of Milton Town Hall, and at the Milton Farmers’ Market site as well as earn a small monetary stipend from the Milton Rotary Club.

The musical performances will be held during the school vacation summer months, weather permitting, alternating Saturday mornings in East Milton (in front of Dunkin’ Donuts) and the Central Avenue corner (near the MBTA Central Avenue stop) from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., and on Thursdays at the Milton Farmers’ Market, from 1 pm to 3 pm. The Milton Farmers’ Market is located in the public park at Wharf Street in Milton Lower Mills (also known as Milton Village). Wharf Street is off Adams Street.

The public is invited to enjoy the music provided by our high school students and to enjoy the amenities of Milton’s two business districts.

Event information, which could change depending on weather, is below. If it rains on that date, the musical performance will be rescheduled.

Saturday, July 13: Dominik Hyppolite plays jazz at Starbucks in East Milton

Thursday, July 11: “Cookie Kid” plays jazz at the Farmers’ Market.

Saturday, Aug. 3: Paddy Mor plays Irish traditional music at Coffee Break Café on Central Avenue.

Saturday, Aug. 17: “Victorian Breakfast” plays alternative rock at Coffee Break Café on Central Avenue.

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