Sound Rivers makes appearance at Windsor RiverFest

Environmental, Events, Sound Rivers

Posted on June 29th, 2023

REPRESENT: Program Director Clay Barber teamed up with board member Miriam Espinosa to represent Sound Rivers at Windsor’s recent RiverFest celebration.

Held at the Roanoke/Cashie River Center on June 17, the event featured live music, a farmers market and artisans and highlighted a variety of nonprofits, such as Sound Rivers.

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