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What could be better than enjoying a summer concert on the lush grounds of Delaware’s great American estate? Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library presented its outdoor concert series, Music Along the Bank, this summer and is set to welcome concert goers with two more performances this fall. The bluegrass-twinged concert series featured local favorites  the Sin City Band on May 17, and Buffalo Chip & the Plainsmen on June 21. The concerts resume on Sun., Sept. 15, from 3 to 5 pm, which will feature Betty and the Bullet, followed by the Unruhlies on 10/13. Bring a lawn chair or blanket, and pack a picnic and your favorite beverages, while you enjoy the rousing music and beautiful changing colors at Winterthur. Members free. Nonmembers $10. Children under 13 free. 

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