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Fort George Brewery adds sponsorship to FARMSTOCK

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  • Tom Hartland, Development
    ... Tom Hartland, Development Coast Community Radio: KMUN*KTCB*KCPB Listen online: CoastRadio.org Phone: 503.325.0010
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 2, 2011
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      > Please contact Tom to volunteer - 2 hour shift or as long as you
      > like! We need parking attendants, food and beverage service, stage
      > hands, and more. And subject-matter experts - please consider
      > volunteering to conduct a workshop to help keep our region
      > pleasurable and sustainable.
      >
      >
      > FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
      >
      > Fort George Brewery is adding its sponsorship to FARMSTOCK - A
      > Regional Homegrown Festival to be presented Labor Day Weekend,
      > September 3-4, 2011, at Fred's Farm in Naselle, Washington.
      >
      > FARMSTOCK is being presented by KMUN 91.9fm, the local independent
      > non-commercial community radio station of the northern Oregon and
      > southern Washington coastal region.
      >
      > "With the help of Astoria's own Fort George Brewery, FARMSTOCK
      > promises to feature the best our region can produce," says Tom
      > Hartland, Development Director for Tillicum Foundation, the non-
      > profit operator of the stations of Coast Community Radio.
      >
      > Billed as a showcase for all that makes this region pleasurable and
      > sustainable, FARMSTOCK brings together regional farmers, producers,
      > musicians and subject-matter experts for two days of entertainment
      > and enrichment.
      >
      > FARMSTOCK will feature a tailgate farmers market, exhibits,
      > presentations and workshops, plus all-day music, food and now a
      > Fort George Brewery Beer Garden. Fred Johnson, owner of the 70
      > acre farm promises, "I'll be cooking and hosting for as long as
      > people want to stay."
      >
      > Dry camping is being offered for overnight guests, and the dance
      > floor will be open from Saturday evening into Sunday morning.
      >
      > Fred's current profession as farmer was preceded by years as a chef
      > and owner of Seattle restaurants. On Sunday, he will serve his
      > Farmhouse Dinner for 100. Reservations are required.
      >
      > Information at http://www.coastradio.org/farmstock.html or by
      > calling KMUN during business hours at 503-325-0010.
      >
      > Presenters, exhibitors, producers, musicians and volunteers are
      > invited to contact KMUNFarmstock@... with interest in
      > participating.
      >
      >
      >
      > --
      > KMUN presents
      > FARMSTOCK - A Regional Homegrown Festival
      > Labor Day Weekend, September 3-4, 2011 - Fred's Farm in Naselle, WA
      >
      > KMUN 91.9FM
      > P.O. Box 269
      > Astoria, OR 97103
      > 503-325-0010
      > CoastRadio.org
      >

      Tom Hartland, Development
      Coast Community Radio: KMUN*KTCB*KCPB
      Listen online: CoastRadio.org
      Phone: 503.325.0010
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