How many of us remember playing outside and running around with our childhood friends until the porch light came on, or neighbors talking for hours in person since there was no internet or cell phones?
The Honky Tonk Kings started the party off with a great selection of Country Music that started the toes a tappin’ and couples spinning on the dance floor. Then on Saturday morning, the community center was offering morning faire, starting the day off with a well rounded breakfast burrito filled with eggs, cheese and bacon.
Elite Elvis draws in a great crowd at the Alpine Concerts in the Park
Thu August 01, 2013 07:21pm
What a treat to have an entertainer like James Kruk who presents Elite Elvis to all who love the King of Rock & Roll. His voice is clearly a dedication to the dulcet tones that harkens back to the days of poodle skirts, bobby socks and pony tails.
Kruk started performing as Elvis in 1998 and has loved spreading the joy of ‘The King’ at local as well as large venue performances.
Following Supervisor Dianne’s Jacob’s announcement of the $10.7 funding approval at the Celebration party at the Community Center, Alpine Library Friends would like to let the community know what the next steps will be as we move forward.
What’s been done so far?