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Have fun at park!

PULASKI — For those who like music and movies, Jackson Park in downtown Pulaski is the place to be this weekend.
Events get underway Friday night with the continuation of the Concert in the Park series. This week’s concert features a free performance by the Rock’n’ Cruisers.
The band specialize in oldies rock tunes from the ‘50s, ‘60s and ‘70s.
The two-hour concert will begin at 6:30 p.m.
The Town of Pulaski and the Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley sponsor the annual Concert in the Park series.
Those attending are urged to bring their blankets and chairs for the concert, as well as for a Saturday night Movie in the Park event.
The featured movie on Saturday will be “National Treasure II: Book of Secrets,” which is rated PG and features Nicholas Cage as Ben Gates.
The movie, which also is free, begins at dusk and will be shown on a giant inflatable screen.
Concessions will be available at both events.
Jackson Park is across from Pulaski Municipal Building, between Washington and Jefferson avenues, and Commerce and First streets.

Have fun at park!

PULASKI — For those who like music and movies, Jackson Park in downtown Pulaski is the place to be this weekend.
Events get underway Friday night with the continuation of the Concert in the Park series. This week’s concert features a free performance by the Rock’n’ Cruisers.
The band specialize in oldies rock tunes from the ‘50s, ‘60s and ‘70s.
The two-hour concert will begin at 6:30 p.m.
The Town of Pulaski and the Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley sponsor the annual Concert in the Park series.
Those attending are urged to bring their blankets and chairs for the concert, as well as for a Saturday night Movie in the Park event.
The featured movie on Saturday will be “National Treasure II: Book of Secrets,” which is rated PG and features Nicholas Cage as Ben Gates.
The movie, which also is free, begins at dusk and will be shown on a giant inflatable screen.
Concessions will be available at both events.
Jackson Park is across from Pulaski Municipal Building, between Washington and Jefferson avenues, and Commerce and First streets.