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Ice Cream Vendors get kids dancing in Naperville

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  • Gianna Brown, 4, of Naperville, dances to the music of the Ice Cream Vendors as they perform Tuesday as part of Naperville Park District's Children's Lunch Hour Entertainment series at Frontier Park.

       Gianna Brown, 4, of Naperville, dances to the music of the Ice Cream Vendors as they perform Tuesday as part of Naperville Park District's Children's Lunch Hour Entertainment series at Frontier Park.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Jon Kostal and Greg Barnett of the Ice Cream Vendors perform a variety of songs designed to get kids dancing Tuesday as part of Naperville Park District's Children's Lunch Hour Entertainment series. The series continues with four more performances this summer at either Frontier Park or the Riverwalk Grand Pavilion in Centennial Park.

       Jon Kostal and Greg Barnett of the Ice Cream Vendors perform a variety of songs designed to get kids dancing Tuesday as part of Naperville Park District's Children's Lunch Hour Entertainment series. The series continues with four more performances this summer at either Frontier Park or the Riverwalk Grand Pavilion in Centennial Park.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Fans could dance, sing or just eat lunch while watching the Ice Cream Vendors perform Tuesday at Naperville's Frontier Park.

       Fans could dance, sing or just eat lunch while watching the Ice Cream Vendors perform Tuesday at Naperville's Frontier Park.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Jon Kostal and Greg Barnett, right, of the Ice Cream Vendors perform as part of Naperville Park District's Children's Lunch Hour Entertainment series.

       Jon Kostal and Greg Barnett, right, of the Ice Cream Vendors perform as part of Naperville Park District's Children's Lunch Hour Entertainment series.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Anne and Lucy Jane Hunter, 3, of Naperville enjoy their lunch while watching the Ice Cream Vendors perform.

       Anne and Lucy Jane Hunter, 3, of Naperville enjoy their lunch while watching the Ice Cream Vendors perform.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

 
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The Ice Cream Vendors brought their collection of catchy lyrics, melodic rock and geeked-out songs to Naperville Tuesday during a performance at Frontier Park as part of Naperville Park District's Children's Lunch Hour Entertainment series.

The duo of Jon Kostal and Greg Barnett got kids -- and even some parents -- singing, dancing and even wearing paper hats as part of the show.

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The free series continues throughout the summer at either Frontier Park at 3415 Book Road or the Riverwalk Grand Pavilion in Centennial Park, 500 W. Jackson Ave.

Featured performers still to come are:

• Ken Schultz, The Flying Fool, on July 8 at the Grand Pavilion;

• Bobby Hunt, aka Circus Boy, on July 15 at Frontier Park;

• Juggler Mike Mauthe on July 22 at Centennial Park;

• and Istvan & His Imaginary Band on July 29 at Frontier Park.

For details, visit www.napervilleparks.org/childrenslunchhourentertainment.

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