Saturday, April 26, 2014, the Ladies of Bluegrass Red Hat Society Group will once again bring six of the finest, most talented bands and expert musicians to the Watering Hole, located at 2107 Velp Avenue in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Since 2008, it has been the objective of this unique group of women, brought together by a mutual love of bluegrass music and the camaraderie of the “bluegrass family,” to take up the fight against cancer by choosing worthy charities that empower survivors and caregivers as benefactors of this annual springtime event.
The Ladies of Bluegrass have donated 100 percent of their festival proceeds, over $36,250 over the past six years, to the American Cancer Society and Ribbon of Hope charities. The 2014 beneficiary of this day-long festival will be the Families of Children With Cancer, with a portion going to the American Cancer Society. Families of Children With Cancer was founded on the belief that when a child is sick, the entire family is affected. Their support focuses on the individual child along with the family.
Support is offered in times of need; at diagnosis, before surgery, during hospitalization, upon relapse, as death approaches, as a child is taken off treatment and as a cured child makes his or her way to adulthood. The Ladies of Bluegrass invite the community to join us in making a difference to those deserving families and have a great time doing it!
Zoomie’s Patsy Cline Tribute — 1 p.m.
Spare Time Bluegrass Band — 2:30 p.m.
Truman’s Ridge — 4:30 p.m.
Eric Lambert & Friends — 6:30 p.m.
Art Stevenson & Highwater — 8:30 p.m.
Horseshoes & Hand Grenades — 11 p.m.