19th Annual River Concert

Big slate of talented musicians playing afternoon til late, next to the clear water.

– The Ozark Hellbenders, with CD Scott and Gordon Johnston
– Songwriter Daniel Roth, Brixey, Mo.
– Nora and Gnoll, radical-folk duo
– The Brixey Ticks
– Yellow Submarine Sandwich

Concert benefits the Yellow House Cultural Arts Center and the Ozarks Resource Center (ORC), West Plains, a not-for-profit that promotes environmental quality in the Ozarks.

Suggested donation $8

SILENT AUCTION – please bring a fun item. We’ve seen great bids on artwork, plants, garden produce, collectors’ items, baked goods and bodywork certificates.

A new twist this year! We’re offering an online auction of select items in addition to the on-site auction. These items will be available for both online and in-person physical bids. See the online auction items here.

An online auction enables out-of-town friends to support ORC (projects listed below) and it adds to the fun of the physical auction, too, because some people at the River Concert will invariably bid online for items using their cell phones and no one at the concert will see them doing it.

Bidding online is easy at: www.32auctions.com/orc

Payment is by credit card. You can either pick up the item at a West Plains location or pay a little extra to have it shipped to you.

FOOD – Fundraising concessions available – chili, dogs, entrees, desserts and more. Come hungry. Goodies donated to the concession stand are much appreciated.

FLOATING AND CAMPING – Arrive early and float with our hosts, Sunburst Ranch owners Amy and Justin Spencer. Stay overnight on their campgrounds and enjoy a breakfast feast with us on Sunday morning. Cabins available; contact Sunburst directly to reserve one. (417) 284-3443.http://sunburstranchcanoe.com/contact.html

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERARAIN PLAN – If it’s pouring, we’ll move to the Yellow House, 209 Trish Knight Blvd, West Plains.

DIRECTIONS – From West Plains take Hwy 160 West past Caulfield to Hwy H. Turn right/north, go 5 miles. Just a half-mile past the low-water Patrick Bridge, there’s a Sunburst Ranch sign on the right. Turn right on CR 352, and follow the gravel drive to the river pavilion.

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