This year, EventZone is partnering with the Town of Vinton for a series of “Party in the Park” concerts at the Vinton Farmers’ Market. EventZone is a non-profit organization helping to raise funds for other non-profits across the Roanoke Valley.
Party in the Park will feature Legacy Motown Revue on June 16. Concerts begin at 6:30 and continue until 10 p.m. at the Farmers’ Market stage. Admission is $6. Children under 12 are free.
Food and beverages are available for purchase. Organizers double ID under age 25. No coolers or pets are allowed (except service dogs). Lawn chairs are welcome.
Three $1,000 scholarship winners will be recognized at the event on June 16. Reagan Adams, a Patrick County High graduate, received $1,000 in the Visual Arts category and will be attending Virginia Tech’s School of Visual Arts. Kayleigh Long, a Halifax County High graduate, received $1,000 in the category of Musical Theater and will attend the American Musical & Dramatic Academy in NYC. Marion Hooper, a local Hidden Valley High graduate, is being awarded $1,000 in the Performing Arts category and plans to attend the University of South Carolina majoring in dance performance and choreography.
Over 18 talented students applied for these scholarships. The board of directors for EventZone would like to recognize Sherry Moran, the Scholarship Committee chair, for her tireless efforts in securing applicants and coordinating the judging for these awards
Upcoming Party in the Park events in Vinton include Domino on June 23, The Tams on July 28, Chairmen of the Board on August 25, Fuzzy Logic on September 22, Superhold on October 20, and Jim Quick and Coastline on October 27.