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Regal Beezers play out Picnic in the Park

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The Regal Beezers — Donna Wren, David Carey, Ken Kemmerling and Jason Votow — provided music for Davis Swing Dancers Jenyne Perdon and Edwin Leung at a September Farmers Market. The band will play the final Picnic in the Park of the season on Wednesday. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo

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From page A11 | October 29, 2013 |

Regal Beezers — Jason Votaw, drums; David Carey, percussion; Donna Wren, fiddle and vocals: and Ken Kemmerling, keyboard, guitar and vocals — bring their eclectic blend of jazz standards, Beatles and Halloween music to the last Picnic in the Park of the season on Wednesday. The event runs alongisde the Davis Farmers Market in Central Park, Third and C streets in Davis.

Ephraim George on clarinet will join the band that evening. Regal Beezers frequently play at the Saturday market and at Davis Community Meals. Their repertoire ranges from Fats Waller to Beatles to seasonal standards, fiddle tunes and Halloween favorites. Music begins at 5 p.m.

The market is open from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. and features fall produce — apples, pears, grapes, pomegranates, persimmons, potatoes, onions, squash and more — plus local eggs, honey, cheeses and wine.

The international food fair offers picnickers a wide array of dinner specialties to tantalize worldly palates. Members of Soroptimist International of Davis will pour beer and wine to benefit local charities.

Fun for the kids include the bicycle-powered carousel, bounce houses, Rocknasium’s rock-climbing wall, face-painting and balloon maker Dilly Dally.

Wednesday market hours change to 2 to 6 p.m. beginning Nov. 6 and continue through March 12. The 2014 Picnic in the Park Season begins March 19.

For more information, call 530-756-1695 or visit www.davisfarmersmarket.org.

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