In Harmony series show set for Sunday, March 1, sells out more than a week ahead of time.

    All of the tickets for the Volunteers, the United States Army’s premier touring show band, have been distributed and are no longer available.

    The Volunteers will perform Sunday, March 1, part of the In Harmony series sponsored by the Dover Public Library.

    Coordinator Wanda Nesbit said that the series’ last show, Capital Brass, also garnered a full crowd.

    All concerts except the Volunteers start at 7 p.m. and are held in the Elizabeth Murphey School auditorium. They are all free.

    Upcoming performances include Bit-O-Rhythm, piano and xylophone, Saturday, March 14; Too Human, jazz, Saturday, April 4; and Mary Kay Mann, Celtic harp with tin whistle and Irish flute tunes, Saturday, April 25.

    For more information, call Wanda Nesbit at 736-7030 or visit, then click on adult and teen services, adult services, then adult programs.