COAL TOWNSHIP - The Cecilian Club will present a concert at Clark's Grove United Methodist Church, Irish Valley, at 7 p.m. Monday. The theme of this month's concert is "A Walk through a Garden."

The concert will start with a vocal trio as Margaret Morris, Mary Hollingshead and Merle Kashner, accompanied by Grethel Vinup, sing "Where'er You Walk" by Handel. Carolyn Weaver will follow with an organ solo, "Autumn Leaves," arranged by Young. Next will be a vocal solo, as Hollingshead, accompanied by Nan Weller, sings "Don't Sit under the Apple Tree" by Tobias, Brown, and Stept.

Vinup will present a piano solo, "Butterfly," by Grieg. Next, an ensemble composed of Morris, Margaret Schlader, Hollingshead, Marily Stasney, Kathi Christ and Linda Latsha will sing "In the Luxembourg Gardens" by Manning. The group will be accompanied by Mary Anne Miller. Carol Ellis will follow with a vocal solo, "These Precious Things" by Mayerl. Bonny Klinger will accompany Ellis.

Miller will present a clarinet solo, "Country Garden" by Grainger. She will be accompanied by Vinup. "Rockin' Robin," a vocal trio by Thomas, arranged by Funk, will be sung by Nedra Templar, Christ and Miller, accompanied by Weller. Irvin Liachowitz and Klinger will present a piano duet, "Glow Worm" by Lincke.

This will be followed by a vocal ensemble, as Schlader, Grace Stank, Hollingshead, Christ, Weaver, Thomas Christ and Robert Ensinger, accompanied by Miller, sing "Everything's Coming Up Roses" by Styne. The concert will conclude with a French horn solo as Valerie Rheude plays "There Is a Garden" by Bernstein.

The public is invited to join the club for this concert which is free of charge.