Fundraiser for music center
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Proceeds from the April 7 “Taste of the BMC” event will help support the Brattleboro Music Center’s education programs, provide scholarships to students, and continue to present outstanding performances
Proceeds from the April 7 “Taste of the BMC” event will help support the Brattleboro Music Center’s education programs, provide scholarships to students, and continue to present outstanding performances
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BRATTLEBORO- The Brattleboro Music Center is hosting its annual fundraiser, “A Taste of the BMC,” Saturday, April 7, from 11 am to 1 pm at the Brattleboro Country Club.

The event will include a silent auction, with various artwork, goods, and services donated by area business and individuals. There will be many items to choose from, including family-friendly offerings, such as half-day BMC summer camps and pool memberships.

Also on the auction block and of particular interest to area musicians and bands is a recording studio sound session, courtesy of Guilford Sound. Other items include live Celtic music by the band Gowan Brae for a house party, art work, voice lessons, and more.

Included will be a delicious brunch prepared by the chefs at Jack’s Restaurant & Pub, and live music showcasing BMCs students, from the youngest musicians to seasoned performers. The cost is $40 per person. Reserve tickets by calling (802) 257-4523 or reserve online at www.bmcvt.org.
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