BELLOWS FALLS—Featuring live music in the open air, picnic-style comfort food, and a cash bar catered by Popolo, the annual WOOL-FM Block Party happens Saturday, Aug, 11, from 7 to 11 p.m. at the Waypoint Center on The Island across from the Amtrak station.
Musical entertainment includes Alex Fenton, the young singer-songwriter with the big voice and the big guitar; a return appearance by audience favorites The Milkhouse Heaters with their original edgy folk-and-roll; the band DV8, featuring Josh Adams, playing original rock/pop and classics; and the high energy rock/funk/reggae dance music of Sine Wave, a side project of members of the band Green Zone.
All proceeds support the member-owned and volunteer-run community radio station WOOL.fm broadcasting at 100.1 FM to the mid-Connecticut River Valley, and streaming worldwide from www.wool.fm on the Internet.
WOOL.fm Community Radio is entirely supported by memberships, contributions, and local underwriting. The station airs no advertising. The block party is a major fundraiser for the station to help cover operating costs and to raise funds to upgrade to full-power broadcasting.
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