Two Harbors City Band - the oldest continuously operating city band in Minnesota - has performed weekly summer concerts at 7:30 p.m. Thursdays at the bandshell in Thomas Owens Park.

The last concert of the season, Aug. 9, is directed by Betty Barthman.

Aug. 9 program

"The Star-Spangled Banner" Francis Scott Key

"National Emblem" E.E. Bagley

"Pentland Hills" (British march) Maj. James W. Howe

"Valdres" (Norwegian march)" Johannes Hanssen

"Fairest of the Fair" John Philip Sousa

"Washington Grays" Claudio S. Grafulla, arranged by G.H. Reeves

"Zacatecas" (Mexican march) Genero Codina

"Colossus of Columbia" Russell Alexander

"Our Director" F.E. Bigelow

"High School Cadets" John Philip Sousa

"March Lorraine" (French patriotic march) Louis Gannes

"His Honor" Henry Fillmore

"Proud Heritage" William Latham

"Radetsky March" Johann Strauss

"Old Scottish Melody (Auld Lang Syne)" Charles A. Wiley

"Stars and Stripes Forever" John Philip Sousa