Yes, we’re on for this evening for the Suwannee Riverkeeper Songwriting Contest!
The rain is predicted to stop well before the show starts at 7 PM. So come on down to the Turner Center Art Park and hear our headliner, Dirty Bird and the Flu, our three judges will play a song, and the finalists will play for you and the judges! Scott James of 92.1 FM talk radio will be the M.C.
Somebody will win the $300 First Prize, and the other prizes.
The Contest Finals are today, 7-9 PM, August 22, 2020, at the Turner Center Art Park, 605 North Patterson Street, Valdosta, Georgia 31601.
Tickets are still available online for $10 until 4PM.
Or at the door for $12 at the door (children under 12 free).
Bring your own chairs and tables if you can. We will have some, but if you can bring your own, that will be great.
There’s plenty of room to have tables spaced apart. We will have spots marked, with aisles in between. We will be requiring masks when you go up to the WWALS information tables or close to others not in your group. If you don’t have a mask, don’t worry: we brought a bunch. We will be using our infrared thermometer to check for fever as people come in.
Please park at the Turner Center for the Arts, and walk north across the side street to the Art Park. The Turner Center asks please nobody park or drive on the grass.
You can register now for the silent auction online.
We’ve had some nice donations and hope that you will consider bidding generously. Or if you don’t see anything you want to bid on, perhaps you’d make a one time donation or become a regular monthly donor at:
We will have a “mini booth” with caps, stickers, posters, etc available. Stop by and get involved with our clean water initiatives. We appreciate all of our regular donors, our members, our sponsors, and YOU, and look forward to seeing you Saturday night.
Kayak raffle tickets will be available for the drawing in December,
or you can get those online as well.
Food will be by Rico’s Tacos’ food truck. Drinks will be provided by the Pour House.
Our top-tier sponsor, Georgia Beer Company, will say a few words, as will our host, the Turner Arts Center, and several WWALS people will speak about programs, projects, stewardship, and advocacy. Each elected official present will get three minutes to speak on any subject; just remember it’s a festival.
For much more, follow this link:
-jsq, John S. Quarterman, Suwannee RIVERKEEPER®
You can join this fun and work by becoming a WWALS member today!