This week’s Gulley Park concert includes a food drive

Gulley Park concert photo: Todd Gill, Flyer staff

Residents attending the June 25 Gulley Park summer concert will be treated to a performance by The Sisters Sweet and an opportunity to help combat hunger in Fayetteville.

In addition to a lawn chair and a blanket, residents are encouraged to bring food items for donation to Feed Fayetteville.

Items needed include: fresh or canned fruits and vegetables; oats or oatmeal; dried beans; whole grain pastas; and kitchen items such as pots, pans, slow cookers, cooking utensils, and cookbooks.

As with all Gulley Park concerts, music begins around 7 p.m., and the shows are free and open to the public.

The concerts are filmed by the city’s Media Services Division and later shown on the Fayetteville Government Channel.

The remaining Thursday evening concerts for the 2015 season include Barrett Baber on July 9, Groovement on July 23, and Fast Times on Aug. 6.