Peter Mayer Benefit for Flathead Valley - Water For Flathead's Future
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Peter Mayer Benefit for Flathead Valley

Update:  Additional Date Added — Friday, February 16

Water for Flathead’s Future is pleased to announce an added performance of Peter Mayer to the already scheduled date of February 17th.  Peter Mayer will also perform at 7:00 p.m at the GUUF Hall (1515 Trumble Creek Road) on Friday, February 16th.  Again, there is no entrance fee but a $10 per person donation would be gratefully accepted.

Please contact Steve Moore at steve@waterforflatheadsfuture.org with questions or if you wish to volunteer to assist in promoting or presenting this benefit.

 

Water for Flathead’s Future is hosting Peter Mayer (petermayer.net) for a benefit concert on Saturday, February 17th at 7:00 p.m.  The concert is being held at the Glacier UU Fellowship hall at 1515 Trumble Creek Rd in Kalispell.  There is no cost for entry, though Water for Flathead’s Future is taking donations to further fund it’s fight against the water bottling industry in the Flathead Valley.

 

There is a suggested donation of $10 per person 

 

Peter is a prolific singer songwriter who has put out 11 albums in his career, spanning back to his earliest days playing midwestern venues back in 1995.  Since then he has travelled East and West, North and South, bringing his unique vocal talents and extraordinary lyrics to both involve and uplift his listeners.

 

Peter’s songs tend to drift casually outside the boundaries of simple classification.  At times humorous, profound, or reverential, he always expresses a deep respect for the natural world we live in.  Whether drawing upon quantum mechanics, the longterm perspective of a mountain range, or the likeness of the entire world whirling through space, his unique ability to translate the profound realizations of science, religion, philosophy, and art make for a magical tour of unbounded possibilities.

 

Count on a musical experience of “immense intimacy” — join us in celebrating the beauty that is the Flathead Valley on February 17th, 7:00 p.m., at 1515 Trumble Creek Rd in Kalispell.

 

Snacks and Refreshments will be sold to further fund the fight against the water-grab taking place outside of Creston, MT.