The Sherman Chamber Ensemble will hold its annual free community picnic and concert June 21.

A rain date of June 22 is slated.

Festivities will run from 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. on the town green in the center of Sherman.

Hot dogs and ice cream sundaes will be provided by SCE.

Patrons are invited to bring blankets and chairs.

Musical selections by the Sherman Chamber Ensemble will showcase some of the many styles for which SCE has become known, from classical to traditional, bluegrass and contemporary pop and rock, performed by local musicians and special guests.

SCE co-founders Eliot Bailen on cello and guitar and Susan Rotholz on flute will be joined by Sherman's Bill Petkanas and Missy Alexander and others, including fiddler/violinist Andy Stein.

Students from the Sherman School will share selections from past "Song to Symphony" projects.

The musical offerings will be capped off by a sing-along tribute to Pete Seeger.

Representatives of many community service organizations will be on hand to visit with residents.