Wallowa Valley Music Alliance presents annual spring fundraiser
Hootenanny & Shoo-fly Pie Social
Sunday, May 19, 2019 – 4:00 pm, Enterprise Odd Fellows Hall

 

Mark your calendars for Sunday, May 19–it’s the Wallowa Valley Music Alliance spring fundraiser–the seventh annual Hootenanny & Shoo-fly Pie Social at the Enterprise Odd Fellows hall.  The theme of this year’s popular fundraising event is Horses, featuring an all-star cast of local performers, presenting songs about horses in a variety of musical styles. Performers featured at the Hootenanny include The Brann Family, Janis Carper, Alyssa Daggett & Dave Staigle, Nicole Freshley & Landra Skovlin, Larry Haney, Ted Hays, Carolyn Lochert, Kelly McDonald, Shannon McNerney, Nick Porter, John Raines, Rich & Trilby Shirley, and Laura Skovlin. This year’s event will also feature special guest emcee, Dan Maher. Maher is the host of Northwest Public Radio’s Inland Folk, and a highly talented and entertaining performer.

And…let there be PIE! Each year an impressive variety of home-baked goodness is lined up for concert-goers to sample for a mere $1 per slice, with a chance to vote for first, second and third place.  Bring your best pie and win a prize! There will be a 50/50 raffle too. Proceeds from the Hootenanny go directly to fund Music Alliance programs, so please come on out and show your support at this fun-filled, family-friendly event. Admission will be $10  There will be food and drink available for purchase.

To sign up to donate your homemade pie, please call Carolyn Lochert at 541-398-1089.

For more information, please contact the Music Alliance at 541-426-3390 or email info@wvmusicalliance.org.


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