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Woolsey Fire Parks Recovery Concert Feat. "The Wardens"

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Support the Santa Monica Mountains Recovery Effort While Listening to Sweet Mountain Music

Join the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy for a concert by The Wardens at King Gillette Ranch to help support the post-fire recovery in your local parklands on Jan. 12.

The Wardens - Scott Ward, Bradley Bischoff and Ray Schmidt - are a Banff National Park-based trio whose stories rise from the very land they’ve protected for the past 60+ years.

The Wardens' mountain music - blending folk, roots and western styles - is a piece of Canadiana reflecting the pristine wilderness of the Rocky Mountains. The trio have performed at Folk Alliance International, Canmore Folk Fest, Alberta Showcase and shared the stage with Blue Rodeo, Paul Brandt, Scenic Route to Alaska and Ian Tyson.

To attend this event please make a suggested donation of $25 for general admission - to be offered on arrival at the door.

Any donation made over and above $15 (which is the accepted value of a ticket) can be claimed against tax. www.thewardensmusic.com

Doors open at 6pm. Show begins at 7pm. This is an indoor event in the auditorium at King Gillette Ranch, seating is limited. 

Of course, we welcome larger donations as all funds go directly to support post-fire recovery in your local parks including but not limited to: Paramount Western Town, replacing wildlife tracking cameras, and park rehabilitation and replanting efforts.

King Gillette Ranch
26800 Mulholland Hwy.
Calabasas, CA 91302

Click here for more information and photos of the fire-affected areas this concert will benefit.



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