Carly Clark is a singer/songwriter from Harrisburg, PA. With a style that is cross between Colbie Caillat and Norah Jones she also brings her own unique style. While she enjoys covering popular songs some of her best work is found in her original music. Carly not only has a love for music but also for people. She hopes to inspire people to pursue their dreams and passions.
Singer songwriter, Brendan Biondi, wrote an entire rock album about life from a dog's perspective. Inspired by the time he's spent with his yellow labrador therapy dog, Calvin, all the songs reflect the positive messages dogs can teach us about life. The music has a "feel good rock-n-roll" vibe to it with hints of acoustic folk sprinkled throughout. You can check out two full music videos from the album on YouTube for free. The album is for sale now on iTunes! Hard copy CDs are also available for purchase on his website (www.songsmydogwrote.com).
You can follow both Brendan & his dog Calvin on social media!
"I was at Woofstock last year and fell in love with the festival. Any chance I get to sing my dog songs to a bunch of dogs (and dog people of course) I will gladly take! Remember... A dog life is a happy life. See you at Woofstock 2016!" - Brendan
Nashville Recording Artist, Sam Schmidthuber, a gifted singer and performer at 15, has been performing locally at different venues since the age of 9. Sam won the 2016 PA Farm Show Has Talent Contest for vocals, and returned in 2017 to sing the National Anthem.
CARLY, BRENDAN & SAM will be performing at Kunkel Plaza
Brendan Biondi 11:00-11;20, 12:30-12:50, 2:00-2:20
Carly Clark 11:30-11:50, 1:00-1:20, 2:30-2:50
Sam Schmidthuber 12:00-12:20, 1:30-1:50, 3:30 to end
Location: between Kunkel Plaza and the Civic Center
Harrisburg Bureau of Police K-9 Unit: 12:45, 2:30, 4:00
Summit Search and Rescue: 11:45, 1:30, 3:15
The Harrisburg Police K-9 Unit consists of (5) K-9 teams. The K-9 team is trained in a dual-purpose capacity, which means the K-9 is either a Patrol/Narcotics Detection trained team or Patrol/Explosive Detection trained team. Harrisburg Police commonly use Belgian Malinois, German Shepherd and Dutch Shepherds as the breed of dog. These K-9’s go through a rigorous 14 week training program prior to working on the streets. The K-9’s are used for situations such as tracking, building searches, article searches, area searches, crowd control, explosive searches, narcotic searches and public relation events. Currently, Corporal Meik is partnered with K-9 Zeke, Officer Hawkins is partnered with K-9 Peiper, Officer English is partnered with K-9 Riggs, Officer Ishman is partnered with K-9 Beau and Officer Bender is partnered with K-9 Zoe. These K-9’s range in age from 2 to 6 years old and live with their partners.
CPAA's PET COSTUME CONTEST
Kunkel Plaza, 3 pm
Entry fee: $10.
Entry forms available at the Kunkel Plaza Welcome Booth or any CPAA booth