Viechnicki Orthodontics Sponsors 2012 Kutztown Summer Concert Series

Viechnicki Orthodontics, an orthodontic office serving Berks County, will be a major sponsor in bringing a summer concert series to the Kutztown Park Bandshell.

Viechnicki Orthodontics has announced that it will be a major sponsor in bringing the 2012 Summer Concert Series to Kutztown. The summer concert series is a fun celebration that the whole community can attend and enjoy. Various weekly dates throughout the summer have been scheduled, featuring such artists as Swing Fever, Frog Holler, and The Allentown Band, among others.

“We are excited to help bring such a fun and festive event to this great community of ours,” says Dr. Bryon Viechnicki, a Berks orthodontist in Kutztown PA, and adjunct assistant professor at Temple University. “We strive to give back to the community and play a role in helping to strengthen it. This is one way we can do exactly that.”

The 2012 Kutztown Summer Concert Series will be held at the Kutztown Park Bandshell, and will include the following upcoming shows:

This family-friendly event is free and open to the public. It provides a great opportunity for residents of Kutztown and Berks County to enjoy a summer evening outdoors, filled with live music.

“This event helps create some great summertime memories,” says Dr. Joseph Viechnicki, founder of Viechnicki Orthodontics and Dr. Bryon Viechnicki’s father. “People from all around gather with friends, hear the music, and share good times at the summer concert series. We are happy to help continue to make that happen for the community.”

Our office serves the entire Berks County, including Kutztown, Topton, Fleetwood, Mertztown, and Blandon. The office specializes in providing comfortable and affordable orthodontic treatment with braces and Invisalign to area families, including children as young as seven years old.

About Dr. Bryon Viechnicki

Dr. Bryon Viechnicki is an orthodontist and university professor. He specializes in braces and Invisalign ... Continue reading