CINCINNATI - If you have an unused musical instrument there's a place you can drop it off this weekend where it will be put to good use by local children.
The Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music Alumni Board and Buddy Roger's Music are collecting your unused instruments through it's program called Lonely Instruments for Needs Kids (LINKS).
All of the donated instruments will be reconditioned by the technicians at Buddy Roger's Music and given to local children who cannot afford to buy or rent one of their own.
Your instruments can be dropped off Saturday or Sunday March 9 and 10 at Joseph-Beth Booksellers in Rookwood.
To learn more about this event and how your donation helps children in our community click the video link on this page to see the interview with Bill Harvey from Buddy Roger's Music.
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