Festival at Adams Farm will benefit local cancer fund

Rock Against Racism Vermont is planning a music festival next weekend to raise funds for cancer treatment. Courtesy John Langran

WILMINGTON - John Langran and Kate Follett are bringing their growing, years-long effort, Rock Against Racism Vermont, to their home turf for a festival to be held at Adams Farm. In doing so, they’ll benefit a local organization that helps with costs related to cancer treatment. 
The event, which is called “Harvest Music Fest,” will be held on Sunday, September 25, from noon to 5 pm. It will feature food trucks, multiple bands, merchandise, arts and crafts, and activities. The event is open to “all ages, all races, and all genders.” 

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