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It wouldn't be a polka concert without some polka dancing! Alec Hamilton / Cannon Falls Beacon

The Rotary Pavilion at Levee Park hosted some upbeat polka, rock and country July 1 as the Fourth of July weekend kicked off. A polka group by the name of “The Jolly Huntsmen” played in front of a crowd numbering around 200 at Levee Park as part of the City of Hastings’ weekly summer programming at the Rotary Pavilion. The Jolly Huntsmen entertained a group of all ages with polka music in several languages as well as some rock and country. 

Music in the Park runs weekly through the first week in September along with Movies in the Park, Storytime in the Park and Performance in the Park programming, all at the Rotary Pavilion, which began in June and goes until the end of September. Click through the photo gallery below for images from July 1.

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