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Ror Schach plays to a different drummer

Clowquill lead singer Justin Long sings to a crowd that edged ever closer to the band. He and bandmates Josh Boterman and Joe Alden are building a substantial following and will play at the Muskie Days Music Festival Friday. Twenty-two bands performed at the two-day music and art festival at the Hubbard County Fairgrounds. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)1 / 5
Riverwood Dub played Saturday, at left. 2 / 5
Artist Alice Blessing created some astounding portraits painting with her fingers. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise_3 / 5
Jesse Snow makes his own sun visor, carefully patting down appliques he adorned it with. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)4 / 5
The band Aitas played Saturday. The Saturday lineup had to be juggled around due to thunderstorms that rolled through Friday night, soaking campers and a band or two. After two brief delays the show went on. Bands who had their programs shortened were invited back Saturday night and were welcomed for their efforts. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)5 / 5

By Sarah Smith / Enterprise

 The Ror Schach Music Fest was in its second year of reincarnation after a 16-year hiatus. Promoter Nate Decker said he wants to showcase local bands with original music. The festival was full of activities for kids. At right above, Jesse Snow makes his own sun visor, carefully patting down appliques he adorned it with. At right middle, artist Alice Blessing created some astounding portraits painting with her fingers.

Sarah Smith

Sarah Smith is the outdoors editor. She covers courts, business and breaking news in addition to outdoors events.

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