Bonney Lake summer events begin this month

The city of Bonney Lake's summer programs officially get under way next week with the launch of the weekly Kids Club and Tunes at Tapps concert series, both this summer at Allan Yorke Park.,

Singer Eric Ode performs during a Kids Club event at Cedarview in 2011. This year's Kids Club begins next week and has moved to Allan Yorke Park due to construction.

The city of Bonney Lake’s summer programs officially get under way next week with the launch of the weekly Kids Club and Tunes at Tapps concert series, both this summer at Allan Yorke Park.,

The fun begins at 6:30 p.m. Monday with the Not-Its!, performing high energy, kid-friendly rock songs.

The afternoon program begins at 11 a.m. Tuesday with C&C Fitness for Kids.

Both programs last about 40 minutes.

This year, the Kids club has been moved to Allan Yorke Park due to construction near its usual location at Cedarview Park.

Then, at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, the Great Pretenders take the stage to open the annual concert series with a variety of classics from the 60’s, 7-‘s and 80’s.

The Great Pretenders will play for about 90 minutes.

For more information visit www.citybonneylake.org.

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