Arts on the Hill brings the Hot Suppers to Beech Hill Preserve
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ROCKPORT — Rescheduled from July 14, Coastal Mountains Land Trust’s Arts on the Hill program brings the Hot Suppers to Beech Hill Preserve on Tuesday, July 25 at 6:30 p.m. as part of this free summer concert series.
“The Hot Suppers are seasoned musicians of Waldo County, Maine who meld captivating original music with an eclectic mix of Americana: country, rock and blues songs sure to please the discerning, dancing or picnicking listener. Their sound is dynamic and rhythmic, with an acoustic/electric blend,” said CMLT, in a news release. “Harmony vocals distinguish the band with all members contributing to the mix. Don’t be doing anything crazy like mowing the lawn or doing the dishes when you could be hanging out with this lively bunch – they always deliver! Bring a picnic dinner, relax, and enjoy music on top of the spectacularly beautiful Beech Hill.”
All performances are free and open to all ages, but please leave your dogs at home.
This season’s Arts on the Hill music series is brought to you by lead sponsors Cold Mountain Builders and Emily & Jonathan McDevitt, and partner sponsors Bangor Savings Bank, Camden Coast Real Estate, and Maine Coast Orthodontics.
Coastal Mountains Land Trust has worked since 1986 to permanently conserve land to benefit the natural and human communities of the western Penobscot Bay. The Land Trust has protected over 12,000 acres, offering 50 miles of trails for public recreation.
Beech Hill Preserve is a 295-acre conservation property, managed for the complementary purposes of maintaining its scenic beauty, historic value, grassland bird habitat, and organic blueberry production.