A fundraiser for The Road to Recovery will be held on May 28 at the Hawk Mountain Preserve near Kempton.
Eight musicians will perform in the sanctuary’s amphitheater from noon to 5 pm, and the entrance fee is a donation in support of chainsaw artist Todd Gladfelter and his continued recovery from partial paralysis.
Visitors are invited to bring a chair or blanket, and food can be purchased.
Performers will include Keith Brinzenhof, Crow Hill, Luke Hertzog, Texas Rose Band, Big Valley Bluegrass, The Youngers, Dave Kline & The Mountain Folk Band, presentation by son Todd Bryce Gladfelter, spring class song Hawk Mountain, singing ‘You’ ll Never Walk Alone ”and the final jam featuring Todd, Dave Klein and other musicians.
According to organizers, Gladfelter, who fell from the roof in November, received an order in late 2019 to create works of art for the new open-air Hawk Mountain Amphitheater.
According to organizers, he has created several copies of 32 species of Appalachian wildlife.
Those who are unable to attend can send a Cindy Ross check to 85 Red Mountain Lane, New Ringgold, PA 17960. For more information about the event: 610-756-6961.
Access to the sanctuary from Route 895 in Shuilkil County.