"When the closing bell at Sunset School rang in the afternoon in the 1950s and '60s, Carmel became a village full of children. They played in Devendorf Park, patronized the local grocery stores and dairies, and slowly wended their way home, stopping to chat with each other and with the merchants along the way. Rick Wilkerson, one of those children, will share his memories of those golden, uncomplicated times." (From program description)
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