Ambler Arts and Music Fest receives $15,000 donation

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Ambler Rotary Representative and Ambler Savings Bank’s Facilities Administrator Bob King, left ; Ambler Main Street Manager Liz Wahl Kunzier; Ambler Savings Bank President & CEO Roger Zacharia; Ambler Borough Manager Mary Aversa; Ambler Rotary Representative and Ambler Savings Bank Board member Pete Phillips.

Ambler Savings Bank President and CEO presented a check to Ambler Main Street to support the Ambler Arts and Music Fest. The two-day festival, this year held June 14 and 15, is the biggest event in downtown Ambler, drawing in over 20,000 people. The festival will feature live music for two straight days.

The party kicks off on Friday night with original music from Dynamo at 7PM followed by Big Shot, celebrating the music of Billy Joel at 9PM. Starting on Friday night, enjoy more than 15 food trucks and two beer gardens.

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On Saturday, over 75 artisans from all over the Delaware Valley will line Butler Avenue from 11AM until 6PM. The live music continues all day and into the night on Saturday, beginning at 11AM. Ambler turns into a dance party for the evening, starting with The John Byrne Band at 4:45PM, followed by the Rockets at 7PM and Decadia at 9:45PM. The festival is a joint venture between Ambler Main Street, the Borough of Ambler, and the Rotary Club of Ambler.

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