Thank you volunteers!
From its modest beginning at “Grandma” Joyce Skinner Barrett’s house in 2012, CLMF grew to offer over 30 concerts performed by 85 musicians who rotated through the schedule – some staying five weeks, some staying a few days.
Their housing and meals donated by the community was generously coordinated by Mary Peck and Martha Price. Additional thanks to Kathy Manning who coordinated and sold CLMF merchandise, James Long for providing program inserts for all concerts and Carolyn Suffern for distributing the press release.
Similar music festivals across the United States rely on this system of community support. CLMF wishes to thank the continuing support and efforts of the community to make this festival possible.
Last but not least, w extend great thanks to Caroga Arts Collective board member Patricia Lowry and her husband Jim Hopkins for hosting the 2017 Gala at their lovely historic camp – this magnificent evening raised over $40,000 for Caroga Arts Collective.