Warm summer evenings, great music in a beautiful park, Ridgefield\u2019s lovely Main Street sidewalks to stroll down \u2014 what a delightful surplus of simple pleasures. Let\u2019s not diminish them by being stubborn, or willfully blind about parking. The Tuesday night summer concerts presented by Barbara Manners\u2019 organization CHIRP \u2014 Concert Happenings in Ridgefield\u2019s Parks \u2014 started up last week with bluegrass from Mile Twelve, and continue Tuesday at 7 with Marcia Ball, the \u201cqueen of Gulf Coast party music.\u201d Thursday night concerts begin June 21 with the Fairfield Counts \u2014 big band swing! The Parking Authority has a new parking plan designed to accommodate concert crowds while saving a reasonable number of spaces for nearby businesses. Concert-goers may park directly in front of CVS, but the rest of that lot \u2014 behind Prime Burger and The Toy Chest, near the liquor store and ice machine, over by The Ancient Mariner \u2014 are for the businesses\u2019 customers. When the area in front of CVS is filled, passengers may be dropped off in front of the park but drivers will have to park elsewhere in town. That\u2019s not so hard. Manners\u2019 CHIRP website asks concert-goers: \u201cPlease follow the directions on the signs and of the parking personnel to locate parking. Please be considerate and do not park in front of open restaurants anywhere in town unless you are also eating there.\u201d And why not make it an evening and eat out in the village?