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Dear Editor:The eighth annual Carbondale Music & Lobster Fest brought nearly 100 local musicians to downtown for some great, live music. There were about 30 separate music shows in Sopris Park, Phat Thai, Ella, the Black Nugget and Steve’s Guitars over the two-day celebration of local music. Thanks to Ian at Ella restaurant, we served more than 250 fresh Maine lobsters in Sopris Park while 12 hours of live music was presented in the gazebo. The event also served as a fundraiser for the Greensprouts Foundation for projects to green our local schools. The 5K and 10K runs and the Lobster Crawl were a big hit once again. It was wonderful to see people enjoying live music all over town. And, there’s something special about having the town share a meal in the park while listening to their friends, family and neighbors make music. A sweet event that supported several important causes, and it couldn’t have happened without all the volunteers, sponsors, kids, parents and musicians. A true home-grown celebration.Steve, Mary Margaret and ShannonSteve’s Guitars

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