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Mustang Outreach kid artists to perform in Duck

The Mustang Outreach Program students (26 kids in all) will take the stage Sunday, April 29 from 3-6 p.m. at the Roadside Bar and Grill in Duck.

Local kids from aged 8 to 17 will perform a variety of music from covers of classic rock and alternative sounds, to acoustic ballads and self-composed works. There will be a 50/50 raffle; a raffle for kid-friendly items and freshly made NC barbeque sandwiches for sale. All proceeds will go to support the non-profit music program. Suggested admission is $5 for anyone 12 and older.

Straight financial donations are welcome and are 100-percent tax deductible.

The goal of the Mustang Outreach Program is to provide a stage for local children who are musically gifted (or those who just have an incredible passion for music) to learn, practice and perform self-composed works as well as covers from decades of great artists

For more information contact Stephanie Baker, volunteer executive director at mustangoutreachprogram@gmail.com or call 252-573-9035.

 

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