With generous support from our donors, Snow Pond is making music and arts education more accessible to every student in central Maine.
The only music school within 30 miles offering both private lessons and group instruction with the area’s finest teachers, whose expertise ranges from classical strings to rock guitar to caribbean steel drums.
Snow Pond strives to offer music making opportunities to as many students as possible and is proud to partner with neighboring schools and organizations to offer music classes on site at the following partner locations.
Friends of Snow Pond provides scholarship and musical instruments to connect students with music learning opportunities.
Please help Snow Pond fill its stages with kids & music.
Snow Pond Center for the Arts is privileged to have the support of community partners who make it possible for us to present the artistic and cultural programming that enriches the quality of life in central Maine.
Sponsors receive a limited number of complimentary tickets to a Snow Pond Summer Series Concert and may also elect to host a private reception at Snow Pond Center for the Arts, prior to or after a performance.
Including New England Music Camp/Snow Pond Center for the Arts in your estate plan or establishing a trust or similar tax-advantaged life-income gift leaves a legacy for future generations.
Consider the following options:
MAIL: Send a check payable to Snow Pond Center for the Arts to Snow Pond Center for the Arts, Att: Development, 8 Goldenrod Lane, Sidney, ME 04330
PHONE: Make a gift or receive information about wire or stock transfer options by calling 844-476-6976.
GIFTS-IN-KIND: We are pleased to consider gifts-in-kind of musical instruments and other property. To discuss a donation, please contact our Director of Development, Christa Johnson at 844-476-6976.
The University of Maine Augusta has been proud to advise Snow Pond Center for the Arts on the purchase and installation of distance learning technology. Connecting elementary and high school age students across our rural state to resources previously beyond their reach will provide them with additional pathways to higher learning and future success. - - Dr. Rebecca Wyke, President, University of Maine at Augusta