Organizers urge attendees to dress accordingly and bring their lawn chairs and/or blankets. The bands will be playing under the tent, including the Western Mountain Trash Can Band and students in the SAD 58 steel drum program. At the conclusion of the festival, all the bands will perform together.

Lunch will be sold by the Shipyard Brew Haus. T-shirts, designed by local students will be available for purchase.

From 5 to 6  p.m.,  Saturday, May 5, a spaghetti supper will be held at the Carrabassett Valley Anti-Gravity Center. Tickets are $6.

At 7 p.m., get your dancing shoes on and join everyone at the Sugarloaf Inn in Carrabassett Valley to dance to the music of the Atlantic Clarion Steel Band, (www.atlanticclarion.com) Admission is $6. Proceeds from the sale of the T-shirts, dinner and dance will support the SAD 58 steel drum program.

This  event is hosted by the Western Mountain Trash Can Band, a community group that spreads the joy of live steel drum music throughout the mountain towns to help support the steel drum program in the local school district.

For more information please email [email protected] or call 207-246-2759. Information is also available at  www.eustismaine.com,  under “community news and activities and” on WSKI-TV 17 Snowfield Productions.


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