Support

BREAKING NEWS! – Products now available to purchase through the shop on the West Plains Council on the Arts page: http://westplainsarts.org/?post_type=product

 

 

HOW YOU CAN HELP

As you can imagine, it costs quite a bit of money to put on a multi-day festival. To increase attendance and draw more people to the area, all events are free. Grant funding cov­ers about 15% of the expense. A donation of any amount is greatly appreciated.

The following gifting opportunities assist in supporting this signature event for the com­munity. This is your opportunity to be a part of the festival and promote your business to festival participants.

 

PICKIN’ CIRCLE – $1000 Cash Donation

As a Pickin’ Circle Festival Investor, you are entitled to the following benefits:

* Company name listed on the main stage sponsor banner

* Company logo & banner listed on the festival website with link to your business

*Commemorative festival T-Shirt

*Company name listed in festival program

 

DANCE CIRCLE – $500 Cash Donation or $1000 In-Kind Contribution

As a Dance Circle Festival Investor, you are entitled to the following benefits:

* Company logo & banner listed on the festival website with link to your business

* Commemorative festival T-Shirt

*  Company name listed in festival program

 

WHITTLIN’ CIRCLE – $250 Cash Donation or $500 In-Kind Contribution

As a Whittlin’ Circle Festival Investor, you are entitled to the following benefits:

* Commemorative festival T-Shirt

* Company name listed in festival program

 

QUILTIN’ CIRCLE – $100 Cash Donation

As a Quiltin’ Circle Festival Investor, you are entitled to the following benefits:

* Company name listed in festival program

For more information on becoming a Festival Investor, contact info@westplainsarts.org or send your tax deductible donation to: WPCA, P.O. Box 339, West Plains, MO 65775

 

Other ways you can support our efforts (and leave with something from one of your favorite events):

 

Roots1“Roots—the Music of the Ozarks”, a special 20th Anniversary 2-CD set of classic Festival performances mastered in high definition and produced by the West Plains Council on the Arts.  This CD was compiled from live recordings made at the 2003 Old Time Music, Ozark Heritage Festival, West Plains, Mo.

 

“How the Cow Ate the Cabbage” —these CD’s by the late Don Buedel and Frank LeBlanc have been donated to support the Festival in memory of Don by Lori Buedel, and will be available for purchase at the information table inside the Civic Center.

 

20thDesign20th Anniversary Commemorative T-Shirts – limited quantity of these shirts will be available.  Don’t miss out on owning one – a great new design by our friend Kevin Smith!

 

MuleJump1-2 copyColorFestival T’s, including Squirrel Pot Pie and Mule Jump specials!  And don’t miss the Squirrel Pot Pie Aprons for your favorite cook!

Squirrel Pot Pie

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Beer Garden – once again available at 424 E. Main.  Beer Meister Bill Oakley promises some great tasting brews this year!