Music festival benefits scholarship fund

Music festival

The fourth annual Flagstaff Music Festival, put on by Cline Library’s Employee Organization to benefit the Mary Crawley Student Scholarship Fund for library student workers, is from noon to 8 p.m. Saturday, June 17, at Heritage Square in downtown Flagstaff.

“This year’s festival has something for all ages and musical tastes,” said Mike Taylor, a senior support systems analyst for Cline Library. “I’m excited about promoting the serious talent in Flagstaff’s backyard.”

The lineup includes Matthew Henry Hall, Tony Norris and the Arroyo Seco Ramblers, Nation’s Ensemble, the Porchlights String Band and the Tommy Dukes Blues Band.

In addition to music ranging from folk to blues, there will be food, face painting, artwork and candles for sale, and free Starbucks’ cold drink samples.

Crawley was a student supervisor at the Cline Library who died of cancer in 1998. The library organization established a $250 scholarship for two students a year to help them defray educational expenses such as buying textbooks.

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