MORRIS — The following events will take place at the Morris Town Beach during the summer:

The Summer Concert Series will take place at 6 p.m. on Fridays. The themes will be: 1974 on Friday, July 19; L.A.’s Backstage Pass on Friday, August 2 and Morris’ Reading Room in collaboration with Morris Beach & Recreation present MassConnFusion on Friday, August 30. Each concert is free and will feature food trucks.

James Taylor will perform with his all-star band at Tanglewood at 8 p.m. on Thursday, July 4. The concert will be followed by a fireworks display. Cost is $75 for lawn seating or $130 for reserved seating in the Shed. Cost includes motor coach transportation, driver gratuity, snacks and prizes.

The Boston Red Sox will play the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium at 4:05 p.m. Saturday, August 3. 

Cost is $120 and includes a ticket to the game with seating in Section 233 A, motor coach transportation, bus parking, driver gratuity, a snack bag and prizes. Departure will be from the town hall, 3 East St.

The D.E.E.P.’S C.A.R.E. Learn to Fish program will be at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, August 8 at the Morris Town Beach Pavilion. 

The learn-to-fish program taught by state certified fishing instructors is free and open to those ages 8 and up and their families. 

The Whale Watch Cruise or New England Aquarium event will be on Saturday, August 24. Cost is $105 for the whale watch or $95 for the aquarium. 

Cost also includes motor coach transportation, driver gratuity, snacks and prizes. Departure will be from the town hall.

Those interested may call 860-567-7437 for more information or to register.

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