Hungrytown’s concert for curtains
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WARDSBORO- Hungrytown will play a benefit concert on Saturday, May 10, at the Wardsboro Town Hall, 71 Main Street.

Hungrytown is the musical and married duo of Rebecca Hall and Ken Anderson. They have released two highly acclaimed CDs, “Hungrytown” (2008) and “Any Forgotten Thing” (2011), both of which continue to receive much airplay on folk and Americana stations worldwide.

This Concert for Curtains will benefit Wardsboro Curtain Call, a volunteer organization whose mission is to enhance Wardsboro’s town hall stage with front stage drapery and with the conservation and installation of a set of historic painted scenic curtains. The curtain set, painted by scenic artist Charles Huiest around 1915, is a gift to Wardsboro from the West Paris, ME, Grange. Christine Hadsel, director of Curtains Without Borders, and her organization will guide Wardsboro volunteers in the cleaning, repairing, and installation of the curtain set. The goal is to have the curtains installed this fall in time for Wardsboro’s Gilfeather Turnip Festival.

The show begins at 7:30 pm; admission is $10 at the door with a $25 family cap.

For more information about the show or about Wardsboro Curtain Call phone (802) 896-6810.

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