The Millennium Bugs will perform for the Carson City Historical Society’s Ice Cream Social. The group has been playing for the Ice Cream Social for several years. The annual Carson City Historical Society Ice Cream Social is Saturday, August 10, 2019, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. at the Foreman-Roberts House Museum Park, 1207 N. Carson Street, Carson City.
Free entertainment will be provided by the Millennium Bugs. The Millennium Bugs is a jazz combo affiliated with the Mile High Jazz Band. It is led by David Bugli on keyboard (and maybe trombone), and features Rocky Tatarelli on tenor sax, Bill Melendres on trumpet, Don Smaltz on trombone, George Worth on bass, and Clay Cooper on drums.
Bring a chair, use one of the Historical Society’s, or bring a blanket and sit on the grass to enjoy the evening’s entertainment.
The Carson City Historical Society sponsors this event, and it is part of the “Jazz and Beyond-Carson City Music Festival.” Music is free; ice cream and root beer floats are for sale ($3). Proceeds benefit the Carson City Historical Society. The public is welcome to check out the historical displays in the Carriage House, on the property with the Foreman-Roberts House Museum.