Libraries are not always quiet. The Menlo Park Library (800 Alma St.) will host an afternoon of original indie-pop from local band The Corner Laughers on Sunday, Aug. 28. The group, which the Guardian described as "sassy and smart," is led by singer/ukulele player (and Palo Alto Weekly Arts Editor) Karla Kane, with bassist Khoi Huynh, drummer Charlie Crabtree and guitarist KC Bowman. Their most recent album, “Matilda Effect,” was released last year. The free, all-ages concert starts at 1 p.m. and will be held in the plaza outside of the library. Go to MP Library or Corner Laughers.
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The Corner Laughers at Menlo Park Library
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