MUSIC IN THE PINES FESTIVAL – “To Promote Music & Arts, while helping a good cause”. WHISPERING PINES CAMPGROUND 681 Concession 10 Curran, ON – June 30th to July 3, 2011

CFN – Eileen Garde of Whispering Pines campground is organizing her third annual Music in the Pines Festival in Curran, Ontario from June 30th to July 3, 2011.

Live Entertainment: Sad Guru, Nadine Banville, Bob Mannseichner, Triskalia, River City Junction, Castalia, Kanaska Carter, Chant Libre, Theda Phoenix, Hippie Campfire and Open Jams

Workshops, Vendors, Canada Day Fireworks, Children’s program, Camping, Swimming, Nightly Bon Fires, Hand Drumming, Art Gallery, Tea Time….

Each year we donate money to a charity and this year’s charity is “Children’s Wish Foundation”.

Music In The Pines Festival is a family oriented music festival. Whether you’re big or small there’s something for all. With a wide variety of musical performances, friendly vendors and great workshops, it’s the perfect weekend get-away to kick up your heels and let your hair down! Bring your hand drums, guitars, harmonicas, flutes, violins, and if you have one, your accordion! Whatever you have, if it makes music, BRING IT!! This is the best place to have campsite jams and meet fellow musicians to make beautiful music. You never know what could come of it!

Opening of the Art Gallery in the Gazebo will include a Wine & Cheese event, next to The Social Tea Time in the Fairy Garden. Story telling and Camp Fires, Rock Art on the beach, great park, and a pool. A beautiful sandy beach with volleyball games. A parade and a Kidz Zone for arts and crafts too.

We will celebrate Canada Day on Friday night ending with a beautiful display of fireworks! or call Eileen at 613-673-4916

Music In The Pines is something that we plan on nurturing, and make grow into something huge that will last a long, long time. It will be held at Whispering Pines Campground in Curran ON. One of the most beautiful places ever. If you like nature, trees, swimming and camping, this is the place to be!

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1 Comment

  1. I was in Canada Twelve years ago.I just loved it. and the people I met one of the chiefs from the Stoney Indians. and Lived on the Indian reservation.
    Called Rafter Six in Alberta.I also went to the Chapple on Rafter Six.
    I would love to go back one Day. ( I JUST LOVED IT)
    Kanaska River
    God bless you all and thanks for a great time and Welcome.

    From Dundee Scotland

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