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Join us October 8th, 2023 at Pineland Farms to celebrate togetherness and raise money to lend a helping hand to those in our community who could use a shoulder to steady themselves on. Our family-friendly event will be during the peak of fall foliage in a gorgeous spot. Bring a folding chair, hang out by the stage, listen to some good music, enjoy food truck fare, sip a beer from Moderation brewery, and enjoy the scenery.

The event offers additional ways to participate:

  • 5k timed Trail Race (run or walk)
  • Family Fun Walk
  • Disc golf
  • Kids activities
  • If you’d like to join but are not interested in participating in the Run, Walk, or Toss, you can still join the festivities and access the music, beer tent, and food trucks.


Registration is only required to participate in the Run, Walk, or Toss (same day registration is available, but we recommend pre-registration for a smooth event experience) and can be done through the link above (RunSignUp). We also suggest participants collect pledges from their family/friends for running the race/walking the walk/ playing disc golf (through the fundraising link above to DonorBox). Participants collecting more than $50 in pledges will get a free t-shirt! Participants will have the option to personalize their fundraising page once they register through DonorBox.


local musicians and bands will perform throughout the day including:

ALWAYS, sometimes’ combine killer vocals with effortless guitar leads and toe tappin’ rhythms. This trio breathes life back into radio favorites and deep-cuts of yesterday and today.

Seth Gallant & Rough Sawn -Seth Gallant is a songwriter and barn builder from Waterford, Maine. Rough Sawn is a band of farmers and carpenters who came together in 2015 to play at farmers markets and other local venues. Americana and folk songs. Alongside Seth’s original songs about life in Maine, Rough Sawn shares some of their favorite classic country, Americana and folk songs.

Maine singer/songwriter Jud Caswell has got a keen eye for detail. There’s a magic to the way he draws you in until you’re transported — to the old farmhouse, the salty shore, a wood full of birdsong. You might just think he’s taking you to visit his home. But there’s the magic. When the words are just right, and the chords are struck just so, and the river of melody pushes and pulls in all the right places, then it’s not his home at all anymore. It’s your home.
Unable to come to the party but still want to donate? That is a-okay as well, and we will honor all Foundation donors publicly at the event.

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