Wildlife West Music Festival Next Weekend (August 6th – 8th)


This is it again according to Richard Eager who should know.  Richard has gathered the talent for each of Wildlife West’s great annual music events.  This is the 8th annual music event and Richard, the folks at Wildlife West and the many entertainers have had it right every time.  So don’t miss the show this year as it looks to be the most successful yet.  Don’t forget the Almost World Famous Pie Auction where you can bid on pies baked by folks you never imagined could walk and chew gum at the same time  (such as myself) … much less mix ingredients. You and your friends and family get to enjoy the pies, while Koshari the Bear and perhaps other animal residents get to eat food purchased with the auction proceeds.

If you believe you can bake pies worthy of the competition, you can drop your contributions off at the Wildlife West office on Friday the 6th or Saturday the 7th by 5:00 P.M.  The auction will begin at 6:30 P.M. Please place your recipes along with your name in some fashion on the pie, so you can get the recognition you deserve, and the lucky purchaser can bake your pie forever.

If you have been lucky enough to have attended the shows in the past, why not post a comment about the great time you had and the wonderful pie you brought.  Here’s this from Mr. Eager:

Don’t miss the Wildlife West Music Festival next weekend.

You’re not sitting in the sun and it’s 10 degrees cooler in the

East Mountains.  Bring the kids, bring your grandmother, and please tell

a friend.  A very fine Violin and Mandolin will be awarded

the 1st Place Winners at the Contest Sunday at 3pm.

August 6 – 8th, just 20 miles east of Albuquerque.

The Claire Lynch Band, Pat Donohue, Spring Creek,

Small Potatoes, Syd Masters, Hot Club of Santa Fe,

Atomic Grass, Muddy River String Band,

Cheap Shots, Old Time Martin Family Band

and more!  Saturday & Sunday begin at 11am.

Sunday Gospel at 11am with The Martin Family Band.

Fiddle Contest and Mandolin Contest Sunday at 3 with instruments awarded the winner courtesy Robertson & Sons Violin Shop and GuitarVista.

Sunday afternoon Open Stage Youth Groups, 4pm

Two Stages on Saturday. Covered Amphitheaters.

Food, Drink and children’s activities on site.

There’s Free Camping at this environmental education center featuring plants and rescued animals indigenous to the Southwest.

www.wildlifewest.org/bluegrass.html 505-281-7655

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