CLEARFIELD – A popular summertime concert series will soon be returning to Downtown Clearfield.
Grab your lawn chair or blanket, and enjoy live music Friday nights, from 7 p.m. – 9 p.m., under the gazebo at Lower Witmer Park.
Concerts, which begin in June and run until early September, feature area performers and this year will raise funds for Boxes of Hope.
This Mill Hall-based ministry provides care packages to encourage and support women with breast cancer.
Boxes of Hope was founded in 2019 by Traci Fotorny, who fought her own battle in 2017-2018, and won.
A year later, she sent a care package to a breast cancer patient who expressed: “It was like you sent me a box of hope.”
And so, Fotorny’s ministry was born, and in July of 2021, it became a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
Today, care packages and mastectomy pillows continue to be sent all over the United States so women know “they are not alone”
“The Corner Concert Series is proud to support such a powerful and needed ministry,” says Steve Albert, organizer.
“It makes a real impact in the lives of women all over the country … so come enjoy great music and give to a great charity.”
The 2022 Corner Concert Schedule is as follows:
- June 3 – Joe Quick
- June 10 – Ride The Song
- June 17 – Hell Bent
- June 24 – Heavenbound
- July 1 – Twin Reverb
- July 8 – Over The Influence
- July 15 – Mr. Pocket
- July 22 – Second Chance
- July 29 – Not Ashamed
- Aug. 5 – The Rocket Blasters
- Aug. 12 – The Extra Miles
- Aug. 19 – Hard Tack
- Aug. 26 – Lone Crow Rebellion
- Sept. 2 – Scott McCracken
- Sept. 9 – Heather Olson
The schedule is subject to change, and in the event of inclement weather, concerts will be cancelled.
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