Country ROCKS Autism

Country ROCKS Autism

What a great event that is in it’s Freshman year this coming weekend.  (September 13 and 14).  It’s Country ROCKS Autism at the Bonnie & Clyde gangster park on Highway 51 in Harshaw.  It’s Fall Ride weekend and there will be BIKES galore in our Northwoods so riders be careful and stay safe and drivers please slow down and be careful.  The Event features a full day of Country Music on Friday and then switching it up to a big day of ROCK on Saturday featuring Bad Company’s Brian Howe.  Great venue, Great music, Great food and drink and a easy location to travel to.  Get details at

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/country-rocks-autism-concert-september-13th-and-14th-tickets-61610335171

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