Denise McCravey is doing great work lifting the Fiddle Fest into its second year. For people who love old-timey music, it’s the bomb. And it’s back, May 1-3. She needs two things to help cement the handshake between the festival and all its guests, and the business community.
1. Businesses to put up posters, and fiddle cutouts signifying “Fiddler Specials,” in their stores.
2. Food purveyors to donate pastries and such, so the festival can sell them by the slice to raise funds. In exchange, you get a free ticket to the Friday night concert.
Provide 2 pies, a large cake, two dozen muffins, scones, cookies or pastries, and they’ll cut you a ticket — and put discount coupons in registration packets, promote your eatery at the food sales table, and credit you on a banner.
Write to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than April 10 to get involved.