Snow Pond is raising $300,000 to complete the restoration of its historic Bowl in the Pines, one of the nation's largest outdoor amphitheaters. It will take a modest investment to refurbish and update this iconic landmark, turning it into one of New England’s premier outdoor performance venue.
One thing to consider might be IMPACT- the impact on your family, on your neighbors, and on your community. The Bowl project is about having one of the finest outdoor performance venues in the Northeast and its lasting impact on your quality of life, and the richness of our community. Think about this: every dollar donated now to the Bowl will:
Please support this 1 Great Cause today by helping Snow Pond Rock the Bowl!
To learn more about how you can become a partner in Rock The Bowl, please contact the Snow Pond Development office at 844-476-6976.
Snow Pond is strategically centered between Waterville, Augusta, and the Belgrade Lakes area, Snow Pond is easily accessible from I-95. Although the majority of the population served by its year-round programs and activities live within 25 miles of the Sidney campus, Snow Pond routinely serves community members within a 40-mile radius. This radius will expand markedly in the future as the Bowl is able to host larger performances.
The Maine State Museum was thrilled with the Snow Pond Center for the Arts’ generous and stimulating collaboration in hosting our annual event for the Friends of the Maine State Museum this year. The beautiful setting, enriched by skilled musical and dance performances, enchanted our members with an outstanding visual and cultural feast. - - Bernard Fishman, Director, Maine State Museum