GRAVENHURST-HUNTSVILLE — As red poppies begin appearing over hearts, Remembrance Day services are being planned across Muskoka at legions, in schools, churches and community halls.

One of the first is Nov. 6 when Muskoka Concert Band conductor Fran Harvey brings down the baton for MCB’s first indoor concert in more than two years.

Join them Sunday, Nov. 6 at 2:30 p.m., at Trinity United Church in Gravenhurst; and again the following evening Monday, Nov. 7 at 7:30 p.m. at Trinity United Church in Huntsville their annual “We Remember” Concerts.

At the Huntsville concert the band will be joined by Trinity music director Kyung-A Lee and members of her choir.

Help them recognize the many members of Muskoka who have fought for freedom, with music that reflects the men and women of the services.

The brass and woodwind players will be performing some classics like Colonel Bogey and the Holst Suite in Eb, as well as Robert W. Smith’s exciting Songs of Sailor and Sea and the haunting Ashokan Farewell.

Admission is by donation.

Please help them in a musical salute to freedom and those who paid the price for it and those who ensure the present and future don’t repeat the past.

Two days of remembrance Sunday and Monday. Admission by donation.