CW’s Music in the Park and Touch-a-Tractor

Messenger photos by Linda Dillman
Mark Abbati (left) of joyUNSPEAKABLE, entertained visitors to Canal Winchester’s Music in the Park on June 17 with his unique living statue portrayals. Joining in the fun was five-year-old Kate Sorrell of Canal Winchester.
Brothers Alex Haliter (left) and Max Haliter (right) took advantage of the opportunity to create an original work of art at Canal Winchester’s Music in the Park on June 17.
Canal Winchester musical duo Hot Rod Lincolns filled the air in Stradley Park on June 17 with familiar tunes played on the acoustic and electric guitars as park of they city’s Music in the Park series. The next Music in the Park is the third Friday in July.
Indian Trail first grader Benjamin Stuber takes a turn on one of a handful of tractors on display and owned by the Dowler and Hummel families at the city of Canal Winchester’s Touch a Tractor on June 17.
Proud grandpa Jim Hummel restored the tractor his grandson, Bowen Hummel, 4, is taking for a stationary spin during Canal Winchester’s Music in the Park. The tractor was bought by Hummel’s uncle, Tom Hummel, in 1967 and Jim restored the working vehicle for his son 20 years ago that will eventually be passed down to Bowen.
Visitors to Music in the Park enjoy the cover of an umbrella under sunny skies and temperatures in the 80s in Stradley Park as a duet plays oldies as park of the city’s summer music series.
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