Sun, Oct 13 | The Arts Place

Dan Riverkeeper Launch Celebration!

Fundraiser and Launch Party!
Registration is Closed
Dan Riverkeeper Launch Celebration!

Time & Location

Oct 13, 2019, 5:00 PM
The Arts Place, 502 Main St, Danbury, NC 27016, USA

About The Event

 Join Good Stewards as we launch the Dan Rivkerkeeper! 

The Dan Riverkeeper is dedicated to protecting our waters and restoring them to a healthy condition through frequent water quality testing, regular patrols and community engagement. This position will advocate for proper enforcement and further legislation to protect our most precious of resources. We all deserve access to clean, drinkable, swimmable and fishable water!

Live music by the talented Laurelyn Dossett and a kayak raffle sponsered by Mayodan Outdoor Sports! Free membership and raffle ticket with any donation of $10 or more. No cover charge and ALL are welcome! Come as you are. The celebration starts at 5pm and music at 5:30pm.

Family friendly event. Stop by and enjoy great company, music at The Arts Place in Danbury!

About Laurelyn:

 Composer/Songwriter Laurelyn Dossett lives and writes in the piedmont of North Carolina, and her songs tend to reflect the stories of the region, both traditional and contemporary.

One of the most sought-after voices in creative collaborations, she co-founded Polecat Creek with singing partner Kari Sickenberger, and has partnered with Triad Stage's Preston Lane on four plays featuring regional folklore and original music: Brother Wolf, Beautiful Star:An Appalachian Nativity, Bloody Blackbeard and Providence Gap. A song from Brother Wolf, "Anna Lee," was featured on Levon Helm's Grammy-winning record, Dirt Farmer.

Laurelyn is also a regular performer at regional music festivals such as Merlefest, a guest on the radio show Prairie Home Companion, and most recently, a writer and performer with the North Carolina Symphony. She is currently performing with songwriters Alice Gerrard and Diana Jones, "Redbird Round," and premiered composer Kenneth Frazelle's song cycle, "Songs in the Rear View Mirror," at Reynolda House in Winston-Salem, NC, in March 2010.

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