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The Pianos Are Back!

July 14th, 2011 - By Stephanie Precourt

 downtown pianos

The pianos are back, situated around the downtown Valparaiso area. We chilled at the one in front of Pat’s Parlor tonight (speaking of which… I tried some of their new CAFFEINATED ice cream- the Peanut Butta & Chocolate kind… I APPROVE! Of course I topped it with a scoop of Horchata, an excellent combination!)

The kids played banged away as mostly approving passers- and drivers- by looked on. It’s summer! They are kids! There are pianos out to be PLAYED!

One of these nights I hope to chill at one of the outdoor eateries and hear someone that can really play. The summer is just moving too fast.

So tell me, what do you order when you get ice cream? When you get two scoops, do you get two different kinds or the same?

Stephanie is Mom to three boys & a girl in Valparaiso, IN and blogs daily at Adventures In Babywearing . Follow her on Twitter- she’s babysteph .

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