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Summer Nights at Segoe

Author: Tom Jarvis - Published 2024-05-09 03:05 - Expires 2024-07-27 03:05 - (553 Reads)

 Summer Nights at Segoe  

The concert will take place from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. Please note, there will not be any food trucks, so bring your own refreshments. We hope to see you there!

The  Summer Nights at Segoe concerts:

• July 12  Acoustic Collective
• July 19  Cajun Strangers
• July 26  Honey Pies

The concerts are from 6:30 pm until 8:30 pm.

Update: No food carts this year, none of them accepted our invitations, but HyVee on Whitney Way is a convenient option for good meals to go.

If the weather does not cooperate, then the concerts are moved indoors, a little farther north on Segoe Road, to the Covenant Presbyterian Church, 326 S Segoe Road.

The Midvale Heights Community Association sponsors four concerts, in Segoe Park, on Friday evenings, each July*

* On years where there are more that 4 Friday nights in July, the concerts will be on the last 4 Friday nights.

The Midvale Heights Community Association started the Summer Nights at Segoe concert series in 2015.

We did not have the concert series in 2020, but started up again in 2021.

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Warning from the City of Madison

Two neighborhood associations have contacted our office requesting that we alert others about “spam” email that was received by a resident in their neighborhood. It is assumed that the scammer retrieved the name of the association president from the neighborhood association website and then directly sent it to a person living within the neighborhood. The scammer cut and pasted the neighborhood association president name into the email to make it look legitimate; however, the email address was not that of the president. The two neighborhood leaders wanted to make sure that you are of aware of it so you can act on it/inform others of this scam. Note: This same thing is happening to Midvale Heights residents!

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