Friday, May 11, 2012

Flatpick Guitar National Champion Dillon Hodges plays “Dock at the Rock” May 19th



Silverock Cove Hosts Third Annual “Dock at the Rock” May 19th

Featuring Dillon Hodges, the event benefits Black Warrior Riverkeeper

May 11, 2012--Crane Hill, AL--H2 Real Estate and Silverock Cove announce the third annual “Dock at the Rock” event will be held at the amphitheater at Silverock Cove on Smith Lake on May 19th.

Flatpick Guitar National Champion Dillon Hodges returns to perform with his band. Dillon has won 14 flatpick guitar competitions in the past 4 years, he has recently moved to Nashville to embark on a career as a songwriter and performer. Dillon’s bluegrass music and interpretations of “old-time” music are a perfect accompaniment to the setting at Smith Lake. Local musician Sam Shober will also perform.

Barbecue will be provided by Hog Wild BBQ. The event will start at 1 P.M. and continue to sunset. All are welcome.

In addition to the food and music, there will be canoe tours throughout the day, local fishing guides on hand and open houses to tour the available properties at Silverock Cove.

A $20 Day pass covers food and music and will go to help support Black Warrior Riverkeeper in their mission to protect Smith Lake and the Black Warrior Riversystem.

For more information, please visit our blog at http://silverocklining.com.

For directions to Silverock, please visit http://silverockcove.com/location.

About Silverock Cove:

Located an hour from Birmingham and one and a half hours from Huntsville, Silverock Cove is situated on a lushly wooded 85 acre property on Lewis Smith Lake in Alabama. A community that adheres to new urbanist and sustainable building practices, Silverock Cove is a new experience in lake living.

About Black Warrior Riverkeeper:

Black Warrior Riverkeeper's mission is to protect and restore the Black Warrior River and its tributaries. The organization uses a watershed approach to ensure clean water, a healthy aquatic environment, and the recreational and aesthetic values of the river. For more information, please visit http://blackwarriorriver.org.

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