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The Peacham Acoustic Music Festival is a big undertaking in a small town.  It takes a lot of resources to put a weekend of music, dance, workshops, craft fair and FUN together.
We are very grateful to our sponsors for helping with financial or in-kind support that makes PAMFest possible.  The following businesses, organizations and individuals have taken the lead in supporting this community-focused weekend.

Catamount Arts 

Vermont Public Radio - Media Sponsor

Littleton, NH

Community  National Bank

Solar energy made easy and affordable for every Vermonter.

 Northeast Kingdom Medical Reserve Corps

Danville, VT

Kingdom County Productions
Peacham, VT

Cabot Creamery
Cabot, VT

North Star Publishing
Danville, VT

The Colebrook Chronicle
Colebrook, NH

Kempton Farms
Peacham, VT

Larrabee's Building Supply
West Danville, VT

Red Hen Baking Company
Middlesex, VT

The Frame Dames
St. Johnsbury

Poulsen Lumber

Dean Schoolcraft Carpentry

Diana and Jerry Senturia 

Sal & Caroline DeMaio 

Our Anonymous Donors

Craig Harrison 2018 PAMFest Graphic Designs – Creative & Consulting Services

Gratitude to Pierre Home-Douglas and Vermont Magazine - May/June 2015
“Held together by neighborly networking, Peacham is a quiet Northeast Kingdom hill town that has timeless appeal”

Gratitude to Richard W. Brown and Vermont Life Magazine - Summer 2014
“Who knew the sleepy little town of Peacham……could be this cool?”

2018 PAMFest Coordinators:
Mel Reis – Volunteers * Dave Jacobs – Performer Liaison
Betsy McKay & Julie Lang – Parking & Traffic Control
 Lynne Lawson – Housing  *  Barry Lawson - Camping
Racheal Moragues - Craft Fair & Food Vendors
Jean Dedam & Lois White – Dances * Anne Gallagher – Product Sales
Rose Kent – Workshops * Andrea Kane – Registration
Alfred Dedam – Facilities * Dana Karuza-Tulp – Family Tent
Gillian Sewake - Social Media
Executive Committee:  
Frank Miller, Director * Richard Witt * David Jacobs * Andrea Kane 
Owen Davie * Gillian Sewake * Patrice McDonough

ALL of the 70+ indispensable community volunteers