NORTH CONWAY, NH – How can we cultivate a more inclusive outdoor recreation community in the Mount Washington Valley? What practical steps can user groups, local businesses, and local community members take to support more diverse participation in the outdoors, including people of color, people with disabilities, and the LGTBQ+ community? Panelists from Venture Outdoors and the Kismet Rock Foundation will share their perspectives, followed by a facilitated discussion.
Panelists: Janet Zeller – wrote ADA guidelines for the Forest Service Venture Outdoors Kismet Rock Foundation
Wednesday, April 01, 2020
Time: 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
1498 White Mountain Hwy
North Conway, NH
BROWNFIELD, ME – Shemekia is like family to us here at SMAC. But don’t let that familiar characterization undermine her stardom. Rolling Stone says, “Copeland is a powerhouse, a superstar…she can do no wrong”. That is so true!!! Shemekia Copeland never holds back. Her instantly recognizable voice-capable of being sultry, assertive and roaring-delivers every song with unparalleled honesty and passion. Her wide-open vision of contemporary Americana roots and soul music showcases the evolution of a passionate artist with an up-to-the-minute Copeland is a powerhouse, musical and lyrical approach.
With her new Alligator Records album, America’s Child, Copeland confidently announces an electrifying new chapter in her constantly evolving story. Produced by Americana Instrumentalist Of The Year winner Will Kimbrough (who also plays guitar on the album) and recorded in Nashville, America’s Child is a courageous and fiery statement of purpose, a major step forward for the singer whose musical consciousness continues to expand as her star continues to rise.
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