A Celtic-American group will perform at the AHM Performing Arts Hall

June 13 – A fundraising concert originally scheduled for April will now take place next weekend.

Andover Hebron Marlborough Youth and Family Services hosts a performance by internationally acclaimed Celtic-American band RUNA, which combines Irish and Scottish music with the sounds of bluegrass, flamenco and jazz.

The concert on April 23 was canceled due to the illness of one of the band members.

“We’re back now for Friday, June 17, and everyone is very excited,” said AHM Youth and Family Services board member Joel Rosenberg. “This will be our first comeback concert since the pandemic began.”

Before the pandemic, AHM held annual concerts at its performing arts hall as one of the nonprofit organization’s fundraisers. AHM provides social services, youth development, counseling, mentoring, mental health care, addiction support services, youth theatre, preschool, and a service that matches older adults with teenagers who can offer outdoor chores, among other programs, for families in Andover, Columbia, Hebron and Marlborough.

The AHM Performing Arts Hall is located at 25 Pendleton Drive in Hebron. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the concert begins at 7 p.m. During intermission, there will be a live auction, with desserts donated by local bakeries and restaurants.

“We have a few tickets left. [ for sale] for the live show, and we also sell live stream tickets,” Rosenberg said.

In-person tickets are $40 each. Live streaming options cost $25 per household. No tickets will be sold at the door. Participants should bring either their printed tickets

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