Danny Perdieu performs with his band Friday, June 7, at First Friday in Warsaw. He’s a national recording artist from Nashville and has three albums.
WARSAW — Sunny, pleasant conditions greeted First Friday attendees Friday, June 7 in downtown Warsaw.
This month’s theme was Jammin June and visitors were entertained by Danny Perdieu, of Nashville, Tenn., and The Lake Area Band. There were also a variety of games, other vendors and plenty of food in the city hall parking lot.
First Friday is sponsored by the Dr. Dane and Mary Louise Miller Foundation, the city of Warsaw and Warsaw Community Development Corporation.
Chris Anderson, a drummer for Danny Perdiieu’s band, sings a song during First Friday in Warsaw Friday night, June 7.
Joey Shepherd directs The Lake Area Community Band Friday night, June 7, at First Friday in downtown Warsaw.
Sherry Smith (left) and her friend, Pat Bergdall, shade themselves from the sun while talking prior to a performance by The Lake Area Community Band Friday night, June 7, in downtown Warsaw.
Both women are from Goshen. Their husbands play in the band.
Kenith Semler, 7, of Warsaw, smiles as a bird sits on his shoulder at a display offered by Fur & Feather Bible Tails, of Milford. The group was offering free photos with their collection of birds at First Friday in Warsaw Friday night, June 7.
Winston, a Goldendoodle owned by Jerry Hogan, of Warsaw, listens to The Lake Area Community Band perform Friday night, June 7, at First Friday in downtown Warsaw.
Kids and adults share in the game of nine square on the courthouse lawn Friday night, June 7, at First Friday in Warsaw. The game and several bounce houses are organized by Crossroads Community Church each month at First Friday.
Zachariah Anderson, 2, eats a potato chip while his sister, Coraline, looks on. Their mother, Angelica Anderson, ventured to First Friday on Friday night with her four children.