The Litchfield Land Trust will mark its 50th Anniversary in land conservation with a free outdoor concert, featuring Paul Winter Consort, “In Celebration of the Earth”, followed by the Litchfield High School Jazz Ensemble, The Loft and Friends, on The event will be held at the White Memorial Conservation Center and held in collaboration with White Memorial and the Litchfield Community Center.
“We are thrilled to host Paul Winter who is the ideal artist for commemorating our 50th year in the conservation of the outdoors. His program celebrates both the spirit and serenity of this planet and its people through the infusion of both world and earth music” says Litchfield Land Trust board member and event coordinator Marie McFadden. “We are equally pleased to showcase the Litchfield High Jazz Ensemble and are thankful to our co-sponsors White Memorial and the Litchfield Community Center as partners in our 50th Celebration as Litchfield’s Land Trust”, McFadden adds.
Participants are encouraged to bring a lawn blanket, chair, and picnic basket. Food and soft drinks will be available on site for purchase. Free tickets can be obtained at www.litchfieldlandtrust.org.
Established in 1968 as one of Connecticut’s earliest land trusts, the Litchfield Land Trust is dedicated to conserving critical lands, scenic vistas and the natural resources of Litchfield through coordinated efforts with landowners, state and town agencies and conservation organizations for present and future residents.
LLT is a local non-profit organization, governed by a volunteer board of directors and supported by membership dues and charitable contributions. Its present 3200 acres of conserved land is maintained in accordance with the highest standards of land stewardship.
Saturday, July 14, 4 pm
Free tickets at website
White Memorial Conservation Center
80 Whitehall Road