The Town of Warren and The Damariscotta Bank and Trust Co. are sponsoring a free country western concert Sunday, Aug. 29 at the new Woolen Mill Park on Main Street from 2 to 4 p.m.

The concert will feature Ronnie and Kay Anderson and Friends plus Bob “Randall” Littlehale and The Littlehale Family. Ronnie Anderson has been playing professionally for more than four decades and is one of Midcoast Maine’s finest singer/guitarists.

Littlehale and his family recently have returned from Florida; Bob was a featured radio personality on Rockland radio for many years.  Lovers of pure, old time country music will welcome the return of the Littlehales, who played to an enthusiastic crowd at the opening of the park in 2008. Bob has retired from active performances and this concert may be one of the few opportunities that his many fans will have to hear him in public.

The concert will also feature the dedication of a wrought iron sculpture and riverside fence produced by Warren sculptor Jay Sawyer, along with ironwork from the original mill, donated by the Warren Historical Society.  Sawyer’s breathtaking ironwork has been exhibited throughout the state and is the subject of an upcoming documentary on the artist’s life and works.

Concertgoers headed for the banks of the St. George River may bring lawn chairs, blankets and refreshments, but no alcohol, for this special Sunday Music in the Park event.

VillageSoup Art/Entertainment Editor Dagney Ernest can be reached at 207-594-4401 or by e-mail to dernest@villagesoup.com.