My goodness we are already into the dog days of summer, having experienced some sizzling days of triple-digit thermometer readings. However, unlike residents of the East Coast, we are blessed with cool nights.
No, we don’t have those magical lightning bugs to enchant us so we won’t complain about how hot the night is. But in their place, I will accept an occasional mosquito bite and a heavenly cool breeze after the sun sets every summer night.
These are busy times in and around our community and we certainly do enjoy our outdoor summer-evening concerts.
It was a lovely evening recently (after an extremely hot day) when Rachael Worby and her newly-formed orchestra, Muse/ique, presented its inaugural concert on the Caltech campus. The concert, set in the lovely olive grove near Beckman Auditorium, found guests dressed in chic California casual attire settled in with their picnic baskets at tables covered with pink and purple cloths.