2nd CAMP TO BELONG MAINE OUTDOOR FAMILY MUSIC FESTIVAL
A variety of talented musical artists will gather to celebrate the Second Annual Camp To Belong Maine Outdoor Family Music Festival at 72 Bear Pond Road in Waterford, Maine on August 31, 2014. Genres range from Piano, Folk, Americana, and R&B to Blues and Rock. Performers will entertain throughout the day on two sound stages from 11am to 7:30pm. Between featured acts the second stage will be occupied by inimitable Rusty Wiltjer on drums with interactive dancers. Cookout style food, non-alcoholic drinks, a variety of crafts, books, souvenirs, and a commemorative second annual festival T-shirt will be available for purchase. Remember your sunblock and lawn chair. Admission: adults $10, families of three or more $25, donations warmly welcomed. All proceeds go to Camp To Belong Maine. For more information contact email@example.com 207-899-7507.
11:00-11:45 Dystilled Spirits – rock
12:05-12:50 Peter Farber - folk
1:10-2:10 Heather Pierson - pianist and multi-genre singer http://www.heatherpierson.com/
2:30-3:30 Black Cat Road - blues www.facebook.com/BlackCatRoad
3:50-4:50 Jonathan Sarty - folk,rock, R&B http://www.jonathansarty.com/
5:10-6:10 Milltown Road Show - Americana www.facebook.com/TheMilltownRoadShow
6:30-7:30 Thirteen Scotland Road - https://www.facebook.com/pages/13-Scotland-Rd/
In-between acts – drumming with Rusty Wiltjer https://myspace.com/rustywiltjer and dancers
ABOUT CAMP TO BELONG MAINE
Our mission …
To provide Maine youth separated by foster and/or adoptive care with shared experiences and memories that deepen their sibling relationships.
To inspire them to believe in their capacity to build a successful future;
And to empower them to advocate for themselves and their siblings.
The week of camp provides these brothers and sisters the opportunity to have fun, create and share memories and bond together. Campers also meet other youth who have experienced similar life situations and learn they are not alone.
Camp To Belong Maine held its inaugural camp in 2004. To date we have hosted over 350 brothers and sisters and 150 volunteers.
We are proud to be part of Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine, Inc., which serves as our fiscal agent and non-profit home.