HARTLAND — The 16th annual Slim Clark Show is set for 7 p.m. Saturday, May 7, at the Irving Tanning Community Center in the Hartland Elementary School, Elm Street.

Proceeds will benefit a scholarship at Nokomis High School for students continuing their education in the arts.

Clark was a noted wildlife artist as well as a worldwide music entertainer. Hundreds of his works are prized by people everywhere.

Muffler King of Newport, as well as Q106.5 Radio, is sponsoring the event this year.

The show is also sponsored by Patkus Guitars and Somerset Violins makers of fine guitars, and violins as well acoustic instrument repairs, and Railroad Square Cinemas in Waterville.

This year will feature Jewel Clark, Clark’s daughter, mixing old country tunes with original songs as well as lively yodeling.

Joining them will be Clark’s son Wilf Clark and the award winning Bluegrass act The Misty Mountaineers.

Doors will open at 6 p.m. There will be a 50/50 raffle and door prize, and refreshments will be on sale the Nokomis Band Boosters.

Admission will cost $8 for adults, $4 for students, and is free for children younger than 12.

For more information or to reserve seating, call 672-4481 and leave message, with a name, how many seats are requested or email that information to [email protected]. Anyone wishing to donate to the scholarship in Clark’s name should send a check to M.S.A.D. 48, 182 Moosehead Trail, Newport, ME 04953, marked Slim Clark Scholarship.