The Minor Memorial Library in Roxbury will offer a free concert with the Litchfield Hills Brass Ensemble Aug. 28 at 3 p.m. as part of the library’s McCann Concert Series.

Formed by Washington resident Arthur Peterson on trumpets, the ensemble is made up of experienced classical musicians with wide-ranging orchestral and ensemble experience.

Other members include David Burns on trombone, Kirk Dulaney on trumpet, Kevin Klepacki on tuba and Tom Schreiner on French horn.

The ensemble performs Baroque, classical, jazz, pop, Broadway and contemporary material.

The series is given in memory of Frasier McCann, a Roxbury resident who was a generous benefactor of the library and an avid music lover.

A longtime resident, McCann owned the 857-acre Golden Harvest Farm located on land straddling Botsford Hill, Judge and Minor Bridge Roads.

He assembled the farm through the purchase of five smaller farms in the 1930s.

In its heyday, Golden Harvest Farm had the best Guernsey herd in the United States, and was one of the last dairy farms in Roxbury and Bridgewater.

For more information, call the South Street library at 860-350-2181.