Bethlehem Land Trust presents Annie and The Natural Wonder Band in concert

BETHLEHEM – The Bethlehem Land Trust will perform “Annie and The Natural Wonder Band” for their next series of singer-songwriter concerts at 5:30 p.m. on August 18.

“Annie and Safari Bob Grilli write and sing about the wonders of nature,” according to a statement. “Their shows are interactive and include songs from their nine nature-themed CDs.”

Over the past 30 years they have performed at Avery Fisher Hall, the United Nations, the Los Angeles Museum of Natural History, the Bronx Zoo, and Mystic, Norwalk, and Brooklyn Aquariums, in addition to schools, libraries , museums and the city. and city parks. Annie and Safari Bob wrote the Wildlife Conservation Society’s centennial theme, and the group was the Bronx Zoo’s “house band” for over 25 years. They are proud to be honorary members of the United Nations Environment Programme.

Thursday’s program will run from 5:30-7 p.m. near the barns at the Bellamy-Ferriday Reserve. Parking is available at the Bellamy-Ferriday Preserve just 100 yards north of the entrance to the Bellamy-Ferriday House lot on Main Street North/Route 61, just above the town green. Follow the “BLT EVENT” signs. Bring your chairs and refreshments for a picnic.

The next program of the season is a concert on September 18 with music from The Regulators.

Information about scheduled BLT concerts and other events can be found on the website at www.bethlehemlandtrustct.org.

The Bethlehem Land Trust is a non-profit organization that holds 27 properties totaling over 420 acres in permanent preservation, 20 in outright ownership and seven in conservation easement.

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