Director John Darling, left, leads the West River Winds on Monday evening as soloist Marlin Peterson, center, plays euphonium on "Variants On An English Hymn Tune." The band played a number of selections ranging from patriotic to pop at the concert, which was moved from the outdoor band shell in downtown Mandan to the Mandan High School auditorium due to rain. Also directing the musicians, as well as providing vocals for the pop music set, was music teacher Avelardo Flores. He led a pop set consisting of a collage of music from the Summer of Love 1969. The 68-member community band, established in 1983, has one final summer concert set July 1. The free concert will be at the outdoor amphitheatre outside the North Dakota Heritage Center on the state Capitol grounds in Bismarck at 7 p.m. Also this week, today and Thursday, is the 24th annual Mandan Kaleidoscope, a music and variety show featuring local talent. Doors open at the high school auditorium at 6:30 p.m., with the show starting at 7:30 p.m.