By Reader Staff
Celebrate Earth Day and support your community’s public trail—the Pend d’Oreille Bay Trail—with a special evening of fantastic music and food.
The Friends of the Pend d’Oreille Bay Trail invite the public to a celebratory concert featuring Neighbor John Kelley and the Atomic Blues Band at Di Luna’s Café in Sandpoint.
Neighbor John and his band have been perfecting their musical talents for over 30 years. The group plays to sold out audiences all over the Northwest, and this show is expected to sell out as well.
The band will perform live on Saturday, April 22, at Di Luna’s Café, 207 Cedar street in Sandpoint. The group will rock the house at this benefit Earth Day concert hosted by the Friends of the Pend d’Oreille Bay Trail.
Pick up your tickets at Di Luna’s in advance or at the door as supplies last. There are a very limited number of tickets available. Tickets are just $13 and do not include dinner or drinks.
Doors to the event open at 5:30 p.m., and the concert begins at 7:30 p.m. Come early to get a table and order dinner or just come for the show.
The Pend d’Oreille Bay Trail was purchased from private landowners six years ago and opened to the public through the collaborative efforts of the cities of Sandpoint, Ponderay, Kootenai and Bonner County. One and a half miles of stunning waterfront shoreline is open to the public for non-motorized recreation and commuting.
Funds from the Earth Day concert will aid the Friends of the Pend d’Oreille Bay Trail in their efforts to expand the trail into Ponderay with an underpass under the railroad tracks. It will also help fund improvements to the trail (interpretive signage) and overall stewardship of the trail.
More information about the trail, the Friends of the Pend d’Oreille Bay Trail and the upcoming Earth Day concert can be found at the Friends website: www.pobtrail.org or by calling the Friends at (208) 946-7586.
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