Roxbury Township Library and SSG are proud to present this Free Summer Gazebo concert series. Feel free to bring blankets/ chairs to sit on and maybe a picnic. The international Association of Jazz Record Collectors described guitarist Walt Bibinger's playing as "...rooted in the traditions of Tal Farlow, Jim Hall, Wes Montgomery ,Johnny Smith, and Joe Pass, but with a sound and style all his own..." He began playing the guitar at age 4, performing professionally at age 12, and began his private teaching career at age 16. Walt has performed up and down the East Coast in clubs, concerts,clinics,and festivals. These include: The New Jersey Performing Arts Center(NJPAC), The Bergen Performing Arts Center,the Pocono's legendary"Deer Head Inn", The Delaware Water Gap's "Celebration of the Arts Festival(COTA)", Bethlehem,PA's "MusicFest", Peter's Valley "Arts Festival", Scranton,PA's "Jazz Festival",and the "Iridium" in NYC, as part of the Monday Night Les Paul Tribute Series. In addition to performing solo, in duos, and leading his own trio, Walt has appeared live with Bucky Pizzarelli, Howard Alden, Bob Dorough,Jimmy McGriff, and Phil Woods, among many others. Tickets: FREE!! Register online or by calling the library at (973) 584-2400 Presented by the Roxbury Public Library & Skylands Songwriters Guild *Restrooms will be limited - plan ahead! Funding has been made possible in part by grant funds from Morris Arts through the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts. We also thank local sponsors Knights Automotive Group and Fox Architectural Design. The HSL Gazebo is a short walk from the Horseshoe Lake Festival grounds. Enter from Eyland Ave and follow the main road (and the signs) around to the back of the park, turn left and follow the railroad tracks until you get to the parking. Handicapped parking is available closer to the gazebo by looking for the gap in the fence and showing your handicapped placard to the attendant. We have helpers for carrying chairs if you would like that and we have also created a short video to show the best walking path to get to the viewing area - you can see it here: