Jack Gladstone and Kendall Flint to perform in concert

Posted on Monday, August 11th, 2008

Jack GladstoneThe Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness proudly present Jack Gladstone, with special guest Kendall Flint, in concert on Saturday February 3rd at the Panida Theater in Sandpoint!

Gladstone, a singer, songwriter and master storyteller provides a compelling musical and visual narrative.  A grandson of legendary Blackfeet chief Red Crow, Gladstone will guide the audience through native myths, animal legends and character portraits. Gladstone and Flint inspire their audience to see new perspectives and to empathize with people from past eras and sometimes forgotten cultures.  They celebrate the natural world as well as our place in it.  Through their multi media show, they blend images of nature, legend, history and metaphor with the power of music into an unforgettable experience!

In May 2005 Gladstone and Flint appeared in concert to “kick off” the Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness campaign to protect the Scotchman Peaks.  Gladstone and Flint return to Sandpoint on February 3rd to help move our wilderness efforts forward.

This will be an evening of family fun for all. Highlights will include a slide show featuring stunning photos of the Scotchmans.   And the Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness will hold their first winter raffle during intermission, with many fun prizes.

This unforgettable benefit concert begins at 7:30pm (doors open at 6:30pm).  All seats are $10, (in advance or day of the show) and go on sale January 15th.  Tickets are available in Sandpoint at Eichardts, F.C. Weskills, Monarch Mountain Coffee and the Outdoor Experience; In Trout Creek at the Huckleberry Thicket; In Hayden at Mountain View Cyclery, In Coeur d’Alene at the Camera Corral, in Spokane through Jon Isacoff at 509-323-5951.

For more information call 208-255-2780

Roughly 60 miles south of Canada, the 88,000-acre Scotchman Peaks roadless area spans the Idaho-Montana border.  The Scotchman Peaks are one of the last and largest wild areas in the region. The Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness is working to ensure permanent protection for this rugged, scenic and biologically diverse area – for the benefit of future generations.

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For More Information:
Name:  Phil Hough
Chair – Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness
PO Box 393
Sagle, ID 83860
(208) 255-2780

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