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Snow Pond Center for the Arts

Community Connections Newsletter

January 7, 2021


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SP Comm Arts

Snow Pond Community Arts remains committed to the accessibility of high impact arts and music programs to people of all ages and incomes at community centers in central Maine, throughout the pandemic and beyond. 

Sponsored by Kennebec Savings Bank, Snow Pond music instructor Ben Bowman has been meeting the current challenge via outdoor music instruction, FaceTime and whatever it takes to stay connected and inspire teens at the South End Teen Center (SETC) in Waterville. 

With the launch of a new program called Learn to Own, interested students will be trusted with a loaned instrument which is theirs to use while participating in the program. Upon successful completion of the program, that includes attending a required number of virtual music lessons, demonstration of instrument care, and a final music project, these teens will become the owner of a musical instrument. Experience has shown that accomplishment through musical endeavors and pride of ownership have a major impact!

To help with this amazing effort, by donating gently used electric bass guitars, electronic drum kits and electric guitars, please contact Christine Durgin, director, .

beat cabin fever

 Keep the music alive


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